Though the overall box office was down this weekend, you'd never it know it from Madea's Family Reunion's open - the movie took in a healthy $30.25 million, despite not being show to critics prior to its release and earning only lukewarm reviews afterwards. The weekend's other opens, meanwhile, had disastrous debuts, with the Weinstein Company's Doogal (also not screened for critics) earning only $3.6 million despite appearing on more screens than Family Reunion, and Running Scared taking in just over $3 million, barely good enough for the ninth-best total of the weekend.

The news was not all bad for Paul Walker, however, as his Eight Below, though it slipped to second after last weekend's strong debut, finished with a healthy $15.7 million, down just 15% from its opening numbers. The Pink Panther continued to defy expectations in its own right, and managed to stay above the $10 million mark for the third straight week, ending up with the weekend's third-highest total at $11.3 million. Total numbers are after the jump.