In spite of its gradual decline, Robbery Of The Third Reich is still stealing most of the Serbian-Montenegrin box office. In its fourth weekend, the local blockbuster sold another 20,297 admissions and remained unchallenged in the top position with a total gross of $669,716 for Mirius.
Tuck opened Something's Gotta Give in second place with 6,652 tickets which added to previews and screenings at Belgrade International Film Festival FEST to make a cumulative of $42,240.
Monster rose to the third position with a 33% jump after last weekend's lame opening and now totals $17,002 for Pro Vision, while Tuck's Big Fish declined 22% to the fourth place with total of $23,347.
Centar Film - the biggest distribution and production company of former Yugoslavia which fell apart along with the country at the beginning of the 90's is back in the game with Barbarian Invasions. The Canadian foreign language Oscar winner opened with only 968 admissions, but 5,758 spectators saw it at FEST so its cumulative gross is now $22,037.
The loser of the week is Hollywood Ending, which opened in second place last weekend for First Production, but now has declined 90% to rest in 16th place with total of $5,187. The same company's Dogville has not done much better, having opened in seventh and declined 81% to fall to 15th place. However, its significantly higher admission price and large attendance at FEST earned it cumulative $20,690.
Both releases are running with one print only, for the time being in the key city Belgrade, so they are expected to attract some audiences in other cities in the territory.