Yes, sadly at #2 it's the Farrelly's The Heartbreak Kid. Looks like America's just not willing to laugh anymore. Well, they can still call it the #1 R-rated comedy in America, or run the ads that taunt "If you're easily offended, don't see this movie." Still, it's #2 only by about 2 million dollars, just enough to overturn a Presidential veto. Perhaps a recount is in order, but who cares as long as The Three Stooges is still green-lit, right? Better find a way to put more bodily fluids into this other new adaptation, otherwise no one's going to see it at all.
As for the rest, there seems to be two new entries this week: The Seeker, or as it's more formally known, The Seeker: The Dark is Rising. Seriously, I couldn't find it on the IMDb without the full title before, but being on the top 10 makes it much easier to ind. It's the best film in the world since, oh, Stardust or Eragon.
The other newbie is Feel the Noise. Sadly, it's not that Quiet Riot biopic that... no one's waiting for. Or that celluloid contest entry from, say, Bring in 'Da Noise Bring in 'Da Funk, that a few more people might be waiting for. Or even Stomp for that matter. Sad to think that those groups still have to go to day jobs after the cultural impact they once made. So, 3:10 to Yuma has the most overall this week with 48.7 million. It's going to be a long Thanksgiving, dontcha think?