For the second week in a row, Suicide Squad was the top film at the box office despite being largely panned by critics, according to Box Office Mojo. However, the Jared Leto movie's $43.7 million weekend draw is a 67 percent drop from the $133.7 million collected in its first weekend.

That's the second time this year that a Warner Bros. and DC Comics superhero film crashed in its second week in theaters. Earlier this year Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice similarly disappointed when it declined 69 percent in week two.

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That makes the real success story of the box office actually the R-rated animated comedy Sausage Party, which came in at No. 2 and brought in $33.6 million in its opening weekend. It comes in right ahead of Disney's Pete's Dragon, an update of the 1977 film, which brought in $21.5 million, also in its first weekend.

Jason Bourne, the latest film in the action franchise starring Matt Damon, and Bad Moms both dropped two spots to No. 4 ($13.6 million) and No. 5 ($11.4 million), respectively.

Meanwhile, the animated film The Secret Life of Pets came in sixth with $8.8 million, followed by the latest Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond, in seventh with $6.8 million.

Rounding out the top 10 were Florence Foster Jenkins (No. 8, $6.5 million), Nine Lives (No. 9, $3.5 million) and Lights Out (No. 10, $3.2 million)

What movies did you see this weekend?