Two, four, six, eight! Who do we appreciate? Give up?

Then you probably weren’t one of the people who bought $17.4 million worth of tickets to this weekend’s biggest movie, the cheerleaders-at-war teen flick “Bring it On.”

The competition wasn’t even close, including Wesley Snipes‘ latest, “The Art of War,” which came in second with an estimated $11.2 mil for the weekend, and “The Crew,” which didn’t even crack the Top Five.

Here’s a rundown of this weekend’s Top 10 at the box office, with figures provided by Exhibitor Relations Co.:

1. “Bring It On” ($17.4 mil, opening weekend) 2. “The Art of War” ($11.2 mil, opening weekend) 3. “The Cell” ($19.6 mil, $33.7 mil overall) 4. “Space Cowboys” ($6.6 mil, $63.8 mil overall) 5. “The Original Kings of Comedy” ($6.1 mil, $21.4 mil overall) 6. “What Lies Beneath” ($4.5 mil, $130.8 mil overall) 7. “The Crew” ($4.1 mil, opening weekend) 7. (Tie) “The Replacements” ($4.1 mil, $30.8 mil overall) 9. “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps” ($ 3.3 mil, $109.8 mil overall) 10. “Bless the Child” ($2.1 mil, $22.8 mil overall)