The top 10 films at North American cinemas 1 (*) US$71.8M Mission: Impossible 2. Tom Cruise stars, John Woo directs and the action comes thick and fast. 2 (1) US$33.5M Dinosaur. More than US$200 million of animation brings you dinosaurs searching for fabled nesting ground. 3 (*) US$19.5M Shanghai Noon. Jackie Chan heads West in a rollicking cowboy romp. 4 (2) US$17.3M Gladiator. Beefy Russell Crowe shines in director Ridley Scott's classy sword and sandals epic. 5 (3) US$14.0M Road Trip. Four guys try to retrieve a sex video sent to the wrong people. 6 (7) US$3.9M Small Time Crooks. Woody Allen hits the mark in a comedy about lightweight crooks who bumble into lots of cash. 7 (5) US$3.8M Frequency. Spooky goings-on as man talks to dead dad via ham radio. 8 (4) US$3.2M U-571. High drama under high seas during World War II as US navy submarine crew steals a U-boat. 9 (8) US$2.8M Centre Stage. The ups and downs of life as a dancer. 10 (9) US$2.0M Where The Heart Is. Natalie Portman gets pregnant, then aban- doned in a Wal-Mart, but learns a lot about life.