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The Interpreter directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn debuted in the top spot with $22.8 million, pushing last week's champ, The Amityville Horror down to second with $14.2 million. Others on list Sahara A Lot Like Love Kung Fu Hustle Fever Pitch Sin City Guess Who Robots King's Ransom
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