Things are still going strong for The Lego Movie, which topped the weekend box office for the second week in a row, easily beating out competition from two three new releases and last week's number-two film. Lego easily passed the $100 million mark after nine days in theaters with $48.8 million in ticket sales.
Kevin Hart's remake of the 1986 Demi Moore/Rob Lowe hit About Last Night brought a strong Valentine's Day crowd, pulling in $29 million for second place.
And another remake, RoboCop, debuted in third place with just $21.5 million. The original, from director Paul Verhoeven, was released in 1987.
World War II drama "The Monuments Men" fell from second to fourth with $15 million; while the third remake to debut this week, "Endless Love," debuted at number five with $13.3 million.