Except for the fickle French, auds keep flocking to "Pearl Harbor" as the WWII epic consistently opens big and holds more tenaciously than it has at home, racking up $80.3 million just three weeks…
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French hit "Amelie From Montmartre" has joined the ranks of "Brotherhood of the Wolf," "Le Placard" and "Would I Lie To You? 2" in racking up sales of more than 5 million tickets in 2001, and…
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