Maybe V really stood for vulnerable. This week at the box office, Spike Lee's Denzel Washington thriller, Inside Man, took in $29 million and bumped Natalie Portman's action flick V for Vendetta to second place (with a take of $12.3 million). Personally, I find Frankie Muniz kinda scary as it is, and apparently, combined with an actual fear feature, so do moviegoers: The Malcolm in the Middle star's chiller, Stay Alive, opened in third with $11.3 million. Rounding out the top five are Failure to Launch, in fourth with $10.8 million, and The Shaggy Dog, in fifth with $9.1 million.