Top 10 movies at the Weekend box office (09/07/14)Loading
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    1. "Guardians of the Galaxy," $10.2 million

    The intergalactic misfits of "Guardians of the Galaxy" are the summer's box-office superheroes.

    Marvel's cosmic romp stayed on top with another decent week, though about half of what it took in during the Labor Day break.

    Marvel
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    2. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," $6.5 million

    "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" sliced off second place in its fifth weekend with $6.5 million, bringing the domestic total of the live-action superhero reboot starring Megan Fox and Will Arnett to $174.6 million.

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  • If I Stay
    3. "If I Stay," $5.7 million

    The teen romantic drama "If I Stay" starring Chloe Grace Moretz, took third place with $5.7 million.

    Doane Gregory
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    4. "Let's Be Cops," $5.4 million

    In its fourth week, "Let's Be Cops" remained in fourth place with an estimated $5.4 million for a new total of $65 million.

    Frank Masi | AP
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    5. "The November Man," $4.2 million

    "The November Man," an espionage thriller starring Pierce Brosnan, moved up a spot with a $4.2 million showing.

    Aleksandar Letic
  • As Above, So Below
    6. "As Above, So Below," $3.7 million

    The low-budget horror thriller "As Above, So Below" dropped to sixth, bringing in an estimated $3.7 million.

    Bruno Calvo
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    7. "When the Game Stands Tall," $3.7 million

    A football coach takes his high school football team from obscurity to a record-shattering 151-game winning streak. With Jim Caviezel, Michael Chikliks and Alexander Ludwig.

    Tracy Bennett
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    8. "The Giver," $3.6 million

    The problem with this Jeff Bridges-Meryl Streep version of the Lois Lowry dystopian classic is not that it departs from the original but that it's been unable to find a way to make the essence of the book cinematically involving.

    David Bloomer
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    9. "The Hundred-Foot Journey," $3.2 million

    A sweet and unapologetic fairy tale for adults, this story of cuisines and cultures in conflict starring Helen Mirren and Om Puri has been polished to such a high sheen it's hard to know whether to be impressed or disheartened. Or both.

    Francois Duhamel | Francois Duhamel
  • Lucy
    10. "Lucy," $1.9 million

    A nothing-special showing was still good enough to push "Lucy," starring Scarlett Johansson, past last week's No. 10 film, "Expendables 3," and back into the Top 10.

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