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MULTIPLEX WARS

A flood of fresh flicks couldn't trample a certain pint-sized force to reckon with at the box office over the Memorial Day weekend. (Yes, Yoda, we're talking about you!) Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones held on to the No. 1 spot for the second-consecutive weekend, grossing another $61.2 million from Friday to Monday. Clones's 12-day total stands at $202.5 million; the film hit the $200 million mark one day faster than predecessor The Phantom Menace. Spider-Man remained in second place with $36.5 million, followed by newcomers Insomnia (No. 3 with $26.2 million), Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (No. 4 with $23 million) and Razzie shoo-in Enough (No. 5 with $17.5 million). All told, Memorial Day weekend 2002 was one f

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A flood of fresh flicks couldn't trample a certain pint-sized force to reckon with at the box office over the Memorial Day weekend. (Yes, Yoda, we're talking about you!) Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones held on to the No. 1 spot for the second-consecutive weekend, grossing another $61.2 million from Friday to Monday. Clones's 12-day total stands at $202.5 million; the film hit the $200 million mark one day faster than predecessor The Phantom Menace. Spider-Man remained in second place with $36.5 million, followed by newcomers Insomnia (No. 3 with $26.2 million), Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (No. 4 with $23 million) and Razzie shoo-in Enough (No. 5 with $17.5 million). All told, Memorial Day weekend 2002 was one for the record books, with overall receipts topping $200 million for the first time.