Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Click

$40,000,000
$40,000,000

1
2

Cars

$22,500,000
$155,900,000

3
3

Nacho Libre

$12,100,000

$52,600,000

2
4

Waist Deep

$9,400,000
$9,400,000

1
5

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

$9,200,000
$42,500,000

2
6

The Lake House

$8,300,000
$29,200,000

2
7

The Break-Up

$6,100,000

$103,700,000

4
8

Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties

$4,700,000
$16,000,000
2
9

X-Men: The Last Stand

$4,400,000
$224,000,000
5
10

The Da Vinci Code

$4,000,000
$205,500,000
6

I suppose, given the collective shitty taste of the nation, there was no way to prevent Adam Sandler’s latest purported comedy from doing big business, even if everyone who actually reviewed Click would rather go back to Betamax for the rest of their lives. But bang, $40 million in the bank and the guarantee of another useless Sandler vehicle.

The Tyrese urban actioner Waist Deep was the only new competition, and earned some decent ducats considering it opened on nearly a quarter of the screens. Cars still has plenty of fuel, but Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift wiped out with a 60% drop, as Nacho Libre got TKO’d with the same.

Next weekend, after many years and a budget to give the accounting department ulcers, Superman Returns. And if you weren’t aware of it, I heard The Devil Wears Prada.