The comedy "Ride Along" continues to dominate the box office. The film, which stars Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, made $12.3 million over the weekend to maintain the top spot for the third week in a row.

In the movie, Ben (Hart) gets accepted into the police academy and believes he's earned the respect of his girlfriend's brother. Then James (Ice Cube) invites Ben on a ride along, which is designed to scare the heck out of the trainee.

Disney's animated blockbuster "Frozen" came in second with $9.3 million, followed by Zak Efron's new dating comedy "Awkward Moment," which debuted with $9 million.

Rounding out the top five were animated movie "The Nut Job" ($7.6 million) and military film "Lone Survivor" ($7.2 million).