Disney's animated Brother Bear managed to charm its way into the top spot in front of Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai, with a slightly higher admissions screen average but a lower box-office average of DKR42,722 compared to Samurai's DKR57,693.

Though only dropping just 15%, Annette K. Olesen's Berlin competition entry In Your Hands was pushed down to fourth after three weeks. However, with admissions passing 60,000, it has already performed better than Nordisk Film had estimated.

Its biggest competitor Lost In Translation actually improved its run, and again had the best screen average on the chart.

The new releases Stuck On You and Spy Kids 3D: Game Over didn't do as impressively, opening on fifth and eight respectively.

Finally the biggest disappointment was the new local youth film Tael Til 100 (literally Count To 100), which didn't even make it into the top 10 opening 11th and only attracted 3,324 admissions despite its relatively high 35 prints.