1\t(*) US$18.0M\tDon't Say A Word: Michael Douglas stars as a New York \t\tpsychiatrist who probes the mind of a mentally ill teenager to find the criminals who have kidnapped his \t\tdaughter. 2\t(*) US$15.7M\tZoolander: Ben Stiller writes, directs and stars as Derek \tZoolander, a dumb but successful model who has to beat new competition (Owen Wilson) and a nefarious villain (Will Ferrel) who brainwashes models and turns \t\tthem into political assassins. 3\t(*) US$9.5M\tHearts In Atlantis: In this film adaptation of Stephen King's novel, 11-year-old Bobby Garfield (Anton Yelchin) befriends a psychic (Anthony Hopkins), who lives above \t\thim and his widowed mother. 4\t(1) US$5.2M\tHardball: Keanu Reeves plays for laughs as a hapless gambler who must coach a Little League baseball team for underprivileged kids in order to pay off his debts. 5\t(2) US$5.1M\tThe Others: Nicole Kidman protects her children from a haunted house of unseen horrors. 6\t(5) US$2.7M\tRush Hour 2: Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker reunite in this comic caper to catch a band of terrorists. 7\t(3) US$2.1M\tThe Glass House: Spooky thriller with Leelee Sobieski starring as one of two siblings who are forced to move in with a duplicitous couple after their parents are killed. 8\t(7) US$1.8M\tRat Race: It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World revisited, as casino owner John Cleese invites a comic cast to a race: whoever reaches Silver City, New Mexico, first wins US$2 million. 9\t(4) US$1.7M\tThe Musketeer: A fresh take on Alexandre Dumas' classic, with Hong Kong action choreographer Hung Yan-yan \t\tadding aerial antics to the swashbuckling tale. 10\t(6) US$1.6M\tTwo Can Play That Game: Vivica Fox comes up with her own set of rules to curb her boyfriend's cheating ways.