Christmas-night business nudged King Kong to a $31.4 million payday a slim $300,000 margin of victory over No. 2 finisher The Chronicles of Narnia in the holiday-weekend box-office contest. Rounding out the top five were Fun with Dick and Jane (which I came thisclose to seeing, before remembering that Jim Carrey films often disappoint), Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (which, I figured, probably carried the prerequisite of seeing the original, lest one be hopelessly lost) and The Family Stone (which no matter how many times I see the title, makes me think of Sharon).
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