Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Big Momma’s House 2

$28,000,000
$28,000,000

1
2

Nanny McPhee

$14,000,000
$14,000,000

1
3

Underworld: Evolution

$11,100,000

$44,300,000

2
4

Annapolis

$7,700,000
$7,700,000

1
5

Hoodwinked

$7,300,000
$37,600,000

7
6

Brokeback Mountain

$6,300,000
$50,800,000

8
7

Glory Road

$5,100,000

$34,700,000

3
8

Last Holiday

$4,800,000
$32,700,000
3
9

Narnia

$4,400,000
$277,700,000
8
10

The Matador

$3,800,000
$5,500,000
5

I honestly have no idea what sort of person would willingly pay money to see an unholy abomination like Big Momma’s House 2, but I’m absolutely certain I don’t want to know them. And that’s a significant number of people judging by the inexplicable $28 million opening, twice the amount that sorceress babysitter Nanny McPhee conjured from the pockets of visiting brats and their guardians.

In its second week, Underworld: Evolution put a stake in the wallet of the military academy movie Annapolis, while Brokeback and Hoodwinked held strong. The Pierce Brosnan assassin comedy The Matador makes the hit on a few hundred more screens, while Tristram Shandy and Roving Mars have the most impact of the limited releases. 

Next weekend gets us into a brand new month with even more boring choices, namely the romcom Something New (which almost definitely is not) and the horror remake When a Stranger Calls (the calls are coming from inside the house — I just saved you 10 bucks).