In its first weekend in theaters, "Ice Age: Continental Drift" beat out "The Amazing Spider-Man" at the box office, earning $46 million over Spidey's $35 million. "The Amazing Spider-Man" has grossed $201 million during its two weeks in theaters, according to IMDB. Mark Wahlberg's Teddy bear-bromance, "Ted," followed with $22.1 million, and "Brave" and "Magic Mike" brought in $10.7 million and $9.03 million, respectively.
What did you see this weekend? What movie would you recommend?
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