Though two new titles managed to snare spots in the weekend's Top 10, moviegoers rallied to more familiar titles. In fact, the top five films were a virtual replay of last week's, with Orion Pictures' "Silence of the Lambs" again snaring No. 1--jumping about 4% over its opening weekend. Of the just-out titles, Paramount's "He Said, She Said," which details a romance from both the male and female points of view, debuted in seventh place with $2.8 million. Warner Bros.' "Nothing But Trouble"--which opened last weekend to deadly reviews, and eighth place--plummeted to 10th place.
* "Scenes From a Mall" opened to disappointing reviews and equally disappointing box office. But the slim receipts of $3.8 million on 1,039 screens was enough for sixth place.