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By The Numbers

1. Juno
Fox
2. Alien vs. Predator: Requiem
Fox
3. Alvin and the Chipmunks
Fox
4. In the Name of the King
Fox
5. I Am Legend
Warner
6. There Will Be Blood
Paramount
7. The Water Horse
Sony
8. Enchanted
Disney
9. Sweeney Todd
Dreamworks-Par
10. No Country for Old Men Miramax-Disney
Week ending April 20. Source: Nielsen VideoScan
1. Juno
Fox
2. Alien vs. Predator: Requiem
Fox
3. There Will Be Blood
Paramount
4. Alvin and the Chipmunks
Fox
5. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
ThinkFilm
6. Lions for Lambs
MGM-Fox
7. In the Name of the King
Fox
8. The Water Horse
Sony
9. Sweeney Todd
Dreamworks-Par
10. Walk Hard
Sony
For week ending April 20.  Source: Nielsen VideoScan
1. Juno
Fox
2. No Country For Old Men
Miramax-Disney
3. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
ThinkFilm
4. Michael Clayton
Warner
5. There Will Be Blood
Paramount
6. I Am Legend
Warner
7. Enchanted
Disney
8. Atonement
Universal
9. Lars and the Real Girl
MGM
10. Gone Baby Gone
Disney
National rentals ror week ending April 19.  Source: Netflix.com
1. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
Fox
2. Juno
Fox
3. Dexter (109)
Showtime
4. In the Name of the King
Fox
5. There Will Be Blood
Paramount
6. Dexter (110)
Showtime
7. I Am Legend
Warner
8. The Water Horse
Sony
9. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
ThinkFilm
10. Lara Croft: Cradle of Life
Paramount
Download to owns for week ending April 20.  Source: MovieLink.com
1. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
Fox
2. Juno
Fox
3. I Am Legend
Warner
4. Predator
Fox
5. Aliens vs. Predator 1-2
Fox
6. No Country For Old Men
Miramax-Disney
7. Over America
Topics
8. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
ThinkFilm
9. 300
Warner
10. Blade Runner
Warner
Preliminary data for week ending April 20.  Source: Nielsen VideoScan

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Taking a very different approach to "The Sea Inside," in which Javier Bardem played a suicidal quadriplegic, the movie boasts an equally fine lead performance, by Mathieu Amalric, and matches that film's broad appeal. More

27 Dresses

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The Golden Compass

With the glory of "The Lord of the Rings" cycle now fading, New Line looks to this first of a projected series of films derived from Philip Pullman's widely read trilogy, "His Dark Materials," to get the studio back in the fantasy game. This film just might do the trick. More

Nanking

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