February 9, 2009 | Comments ()

"How Do They Get the Message That the Ass Is Now on the Menu?"

The Weekly Box-Office Round-Up / Dustin Rowles

Box Office Round-Ups | February 9, 2009 | Comments ()

In honor of this week’s number one film, He’s Just Not That Into You, which was based on a book inspired by a catchphrase Greg Behrendt originally wrote for “Sex and the City,” I’ve decided, as best as possible, to equate each movie in this week’s top six films with another “SATC” quote.

6. Push ($10.2 million): “I feel the same way as you feel about Botox. Painful and unnecessary.”

5. Paul Blart: Mall Cop ($11 million; $97 million): “I don’t like having anything inserted in my anus, even though it may come as a surprise.”

4. The Pink Panther 2 ($12 million): “Some labels are best left in the closet.”

3. Coraline ($16.3 million): “Well, I don’t know how you people do it. All that emotional chow-chow. It’s exhausting.”

2. Taken ($20.3 million; $53 million): “We finally have the penis working. I don’t want to scare it.”

1. He’s Just Not That Into You ($27.4 million): “My vagina’s depressed.”

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