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Top 10 movies: ‘Ride Along’ rides past ‘That Awkward Moment’

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Things were pretty uneventful this past weekend at the Box Office. The chilly weather didn’t make many movie fans feel like stepping out to the theaters, and it didn’t help that the Box Office selection wasn’t very motivating. “That Awkward Moment” and “Labor Day” were the only new additions to theaters. On Monday, February 3, BoxOffice.com updated their charts to feature the top 10 movies of the weekend.

Ride Along” kept the top spot for the third weekend in a row, accumulating another $12.3 million. According to ComingSoon.net, since 2010, only a few movies have lasted at the top for three weeks – “The Avengers,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” and “The Hunger Games,” to name a few. Following not so far behind is “Frozen” brought in $9.3 million. So where are the new debuts?

That Awkward Moment” peaked at number three, with a low $9 million. While “Labor Day” did even worse, barely making it to the top 10 at number seven with $5.3 million. The reported budget of “Labor Day” is $18 million, so it has a lot of catching up to do in order to pull in a profit.

  1. “Ride Along” $12.3 million
  2. “Frozen” $9.3 million
  3. That Awkward Moment” $9 million
  4. “The Nut Job” $7.6 million
  5. “Lone Survivor” $7.2 million
  6. “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” $5.4 million
  7. “Labor Day” $5.3 million
  8. American Hustle” $4.3 million
  9. “The Wolf of Wall Street” $3.5 million
  10. “I, Frankenstein” $3.5 million
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