"The Lego Movie" outplayed four high-profile newcomers over the Presidents Day weekend to wind up on top of the box office for the second consecutive week with a dominating $48.8 million, according to three-day estimates by Rentrak.
The 3-D animated adventure has collected nearly $130 million in two weeks.
With Valentine's Day kicking off the weekend, the box office was especially robust, resulting in the third-best Presidents Day weekend of all time with $177 million.
Moviegoers showed much love for two new remakes. The romantic comedy
The film, a remake of the 1986 film starring Rob Lowe and
"Robocop," a reboot of the 1987 drama about a critically wounded police officer who is transformed into a crime-righting cyborg, was also impressive despite mostly negative reviews with $21.5 million. The film stars Joel Kinnaman and
Less impressive was the teen romantic drama "Endless Love" which earned $13.4 million. "Winter's Tale," an adult romantic drama starring