While nothing changed in the Swedish top five, where Brother Bear and Spy Kids 3D: Game Over stayed in front of the home made The Ketchup Effect and The Threat.

The new release of Tim Burton's Big Fish, however, served up a better screen average ($4,138) than any of the five, while Cold Mountain had the best ($4,952) despite falling to tenth.

This week's big disappointment was the new local release of Richard Hobert's medieval tale Three Suns, which was panned by the critics and only grossed $85,981 in its first weekend, not even making it into the top ten. The director of such films as Everyone Loves Alice has had a turbulent carrier both commercially and critically.