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G.O.O.D.

Here's proof that the cop genre isn't D.O.A.: The Colin Farrell-Samuel L. Jackson action flick S.W.A.T. opened at No. 1 with a better-than-expected $37 million. Here's proof that Jamie Lee Curtis's career isn't T.G.I.Finished: Her well-reviewed family-friendly farce Freaky Friday ranked a strong No. 2 with an impressive $22.3 million. Finally, here's proof that Gigli is a T.U.R.K.E.Y.: In its second weekend of release, the stink bomb lost more than 80 percent of its business, sliding to No. 17 with $640,000. That's H.U.M.I.L.I.A.T.I.N.G.

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Here's proof that the cop genre isn't D.O.A.: The Colin Farrell-Samuel L. Jackson action flick S.W.A.T. opened at No. 1 with a better-than-expected $37 million. Here's proof that Jamie Lee Curtis's career isn't T.G.I.Finished: Her well-reviewed family-friendly farce Freaky Friday ranked a strong No. 2 with an impressive $22.3 million. Finally, here's proof that Gigli is a T.U.R.K.E.Y.: In its second weekend of release, the stink bomb lost more than 80 percent of its business, sliding to No. 17 with $640,000. That's H.U.M.I.L.I.A.T.I.N.G.