Kate Hudson and Matthew McConnaughey's Fool's Gold took first place, despite being panned by critics, and Martin Lawrence's comedy Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins did a respectable amount of business and placed second. Hannah Montana fell 67% into third place, but still did extremely well for a movie playing on only 687 screens. By contrast, Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show played on 962 screens but failed to crack even a half million and landed in 24th place. Here's the rundown.

1. Fools Gold $21.5 million
4. The Eye $6.5 million
5. Juno $5.6 million

We've got four new releases this week, with me personally looking forward to Jumper the most.

Definitely, Maybe
What's It All About: Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin star in a story about a man recounting how he came to meet his daughter's mother.
Why It Might Do Well: Breslin is cute as a button and she was great in Little Miss Sunshine. With the world basking in the glow of Valentine's Day, a romantic comedy stands a pretty good chance. Besides, rottentomatoes.com is giving this one an encouraging 83% fresh rating.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Have you no heart, people? I said she's cute.
Number of Theaters: 2,200
$11 million

What's It All About:
Hayden Christensen plays a young man with the power to teleport and he finds himself hunted by a society sworn to kill people with his abilitiy. Samuel L. Jackson is in there too.
Why It Might Do Well: The trailers look cool, and a film about super human powers starring two former Jedi Knights seems like a natural. I think this will be our number one movie.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Film goers looking for a fantasy fix may opt for The Spiderwick Chronicles instead.
Number of Theaters: 3,350
Prediction: $29 million