Assault on Precinct 13 and In Good Company completed early exits from the top ten this weekend, while big Oscar flicks stood fearless against the onslaught of the Boogeyman. Boogey however, managed an easy win at the number one spot, while Debra Messing’s trip to obscurity officially began as she debuted at number two. The sooner the better.

Here’s this weekend’s box office top ten:

TOP TEN: January 28, 2005 – January 30, 2005

1. Boogeyman * - $19.5 Million
2. The Wedding Date * - $10.99 Million [CB REVIEW]
3. Are We There Yet? - $10.4 Million ($51.06 Million) [CB REVIEW]
4. Hide and Seek - $8.9 Million (35.71)[CB REVIEW]
5. Million Dollar Baby - $8.77 Million ($34.69 Million) [CB REVIEW]
6. The Aviator - $5.45 Million ($75.9 Million) [CB REVIEW]
7. Meet the Fockers - $4.97 Million ($265.32 Million) [CB REVIEW]
8. Sideways - $4.8 Million ($46.81 Million) [CB REVIEW]
9. Racing Stripes - $4.43 Million ($40.51 Million) [CB REVIEW]
10. Coach Carter - $4.4 Million ($59.51 Million) [CB REVIEW]



* = Indicates New Release

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