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A Good Day to Die Hard turned in a good weekend at the box office with $25 million, netting $33 million since its Valentine's Day opening.  It looked like the Nicholas Sparks adaptation Safe Haven was going to secure the second spot with $21 million, but Identity Thief stole the silver with $23 million.  The comedy, starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, now has $70 million in just 10 days.  Check out the full rundown of the weekend's Top 10 below: Title Weekend Total 1 A Good Day to Die Hard $25,000,000 $33.2 2 Identity Thief $23,437,000 $70.7 3 Safe Haven $21,430,000 $30.3 4 Escape from Planet Earth $16,066,000 $16.1 5 Warm Bodies $9,000,000 $50.2 6 Beautiful Creatures $7,460,000 $10.0 7 Side Effects $6,307,000 $19.0 8 Silver Linings Playbook $6,088,000 $98.5 9 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters $3,470,000 $49.7 10 Zero Dark Thirty $3,100,00 $88.0 While it wasn't much of a surprise that A Good Day to Die Hard would claim the top box office spot, the overwhelmingly negative reviews might have tempered audience expectations a bit.  Matt's review was in line with critics, but the »

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