1. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour - Wait, so are the two worlds the real world and the fictional world of Hannah Montana, finally converging in a post-modern fusion of crappy pop and nepotism? Is this like the Garth Brooks/Chris Gaines thing mixed with Bratz? I don't know how this made $31.1 million, but then again, I'm not a 12-year-old girl or Billy Ray Cyrus.
2. The Eye - $12.4 million, sending a clear message that any Asian movie about pale, eyelinered ghosts will be attended as long as there's someone attractive in it.
3. 27 Dresses - $8.5 million, or about $460k per dress.
4. Meet the Spartans - $7.3 million, paid by largely the same people that will be voting today.
5. Rambo - $7.1 million and countless dead.
Weekend Box Office [Box Office Mojo]
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1. Meet the Spartans - I think we need to sit down and have a serious discussion about how this possibly made $18.7 million this weekend, and I think that discussion should be littered with shallow references to pop culture that might be mistaken for actual jokes.
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1. Cloverfield - With $41 million, it really stomped the competition! Or how about, a monstrous win for Cloverfield? Or maybe, Cloverfield's weekend not as shaky as its camera? Cloverfield doesn't need its hand-held to win weekend? Whichever is most ridiculous.
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