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Presidents'/Valentine's Day Weekend Thoroughly a Lego Weekend


Date movies About Last Night, Endless Love, and especially Winter's Tale just couldn't compete against the raw, primitive sexuality of interlocking pieces. Lego Movie dipped less than 30% in its second weekend out, keeping it above a pack of newcomers that included the RoboCop remake, which opened Wednesday but still fell behind fellow 80s remake About Last Night even with its mid-week take. Time will tell if RoboCop can rebound today as the nation celebrates its early leaders with the traditional cyborg officer parable.

1. The Lego Movie - $48.8 million

2. About Last Night - $27 million

3. RoboCop - $21.5 million

4. The Monuments Men - $15 million

5. Endless Love - $13.4 million

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

  • February 10, 2014
    Your weekend box office: 1. The Lego Movie - $69.1 million. Writer-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller conjured something completely clever, entertaining, meaningful, and--thanks to a $60 million budget--already profitable out of some interlocking plastic bricks. I can't even... / Continue →
  • January 13, 2014
    Your weekend box office: 1. Lone Survivor - $38.5 million for the follow-up film adaptation of Survivor. 2. Frozen - $15 million, and now the film has made over $300 million. But kids love anything with voice acting by Ciarán Hinds. 3. The Wolf of Wall Street - $9 million. C... / Continue →
  • January 6, 2014
    Your weekend box office: 1. Frozen - $18.2 million, because: timely! If Disney is smart, they'll follow this up next summer with a straight-to-DVD Humid. 2. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones - $18.2 million, off almost ten million from Paranormal Activity 4's already-reced... / Continue →
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