The Box-Office Top Five
#1 "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" ($17.5 million)
#2 "Quarantine" ($14.2 million)
#3 "Body of Lies" ($13.1 million)
#4 "Eagle Eye" ($11 million)
#5 "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist" ($6.5 million)
Disney's "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" won the weekend box office for the second-straight week. It made $17.5 million. The talking-dog-starring movie brought its overall total to $52.5 million.
"Quarantine" made $14.2 to come in second place. It's October; "Quarantine" is a horror movie. Draw your own conclusions.
"Eagle Eye" fell only 37 percent in its third week to finish fourth. With $11 million, the Shia LaBeouf thriller brought its overall total to $70.5 million dollars. It doesn't look like it will hit $100 million, but should still be considered a success.
Rounding out the top five, "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist" made $6.5 million. After two weeks, it's overall total is $20.8 million.
Several new releases failed to crack the top five. "The Express," about running back Ernie Davis, made only $4.7 million to come in sixth. Bill Murray's "City of Ember" came in tenth with $3.2 million.
Video game adaptation "Max Payne," starring Mark Wahlberg; "The Secret Life of Bees," starring Jennifer Hudson; Oliver Stone's President Bush-mocking "W." and the very funny "Sex Drive" all open in wide release this week.
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