Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

The Pink Panther

$21,700,000
$21,700,000

1
2

Final Destination 3

$20,100,000
$20,100,000

1
3

Curious George

$15,300,000

$15,300,000

1
4

Firewall

$13,800,000
$13,800,000

1
5

When a Stranger Calls

$10,000,000
$34,800,000

2
6

Big Momma’s House 2

$6,800,000
$54,800,000

3
7

Nanny McPhee

$5,200,000

$33,200,000

3
8

Brokeback Mountain

$4,100,000
$66,600,000
10
9

Hoodwinked

$2,500,000
$47,300,000
9
10

Underworld: Evolution

$2,500,000
$57,200,000
4

If he didn’t make such crappy creative choices, you’d have to feel kinda bad for Harrison Ford (and Steve Martin for that matter, even if his movie took the top spot). Dr. Jones’ latest error Firewall makes its debut on the charts behind a needless remake that’s been delayed for ages, a low-budget horror sequel and a cartoon monkey kidflick that I personally haven’t seen a single advertisement for. Where have you gone, Captain Solo?

Next weekend offers up the crime drama Freedomland, Paul Walker collects Disney dogs in Eight Below and Allyson Hannigan wishes Buffy was still on with Date Movie, while Night Watch and Tamara bring limited release terrors.