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‘Lock’ barrels to second top B.O. finish

Oscar hopeful 'Central Station,' 'Gods' follow

Gramercy’s “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” remained on top of the exclusives roster in its second weekend. The British caper pic rang up $97,185 on six screens on both coasts.

Sony Pictures Classics’ “Central Station” pulled into second place on the roster with grosses of $35,163 on four screens in Gotham and L.A.

The third most popular limited-release pic was Lions Gate Film’s “Gods and Monsters,” which scared up $29,727 in five screening rooms.

The following are the weekend grosses of films playing on a limited number of screens in New York and Los Angeles.

New York

“Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” (Gramercy) fell 22% to $22,259 in its second at the Loews Cineplex Village Sevenplex and 12% to $22,180 in its second at the Loews Cineplex Lincoln Square. It rose $13,857 in its second at the Clearview First and 62nd Street.

“Central Station” (Sony Pictures Classics) climbed 36% to $14,748 in its 17th at Lincoln Plaza and 7% to $6,764 in its fifth at the City Cinemas Eastside Playhouse. It gave up 6% to $7,188 in its 12th at the Quad.

“Gods and Monsters” (Lions Gate) added 7% to $9,966 in its 19th at the Quad. It virtually was unchanged at $3,517 in its second at the Clearview Chelsea. It rang up $7,097 in its first at the Clearview 62nd Street and Broadway, and $4,104 in its first at the Clearview First and 62nd Street.

“The Harmonists” (Miramax) bowed to $10,733 in its first at Lincoln Plaza and $6,068 in its first at the City Cinemas Angelika.

“The School of the Flesh” (Stratosphere) declined 12% to $5,408 in its third at the Cinema Village and 6% to $11,137 in its third at Lincoln Plaza.

“Hilary and Jackie” (October) gained 7% to $8,812 in its 11th at Lincoln Plaza and 48% to $7,028 in its 11th at the United Artists Union Square.

“Tango” (Sony Pictures Classics) dropped 11% to $10,134 in its fifth at Lincoln Plaza and 15% to $2,645 in its sixth at the City Cinemas Village East.

“Relax It’s Just Sex” (Jour de Fete) sacrificed 13% to $8,814 in its second at the Quad.

“20 Dates” (Fox Searchlight) slipped 14% to $8,482 in its third at the United Artists Union Square.

“Hands on a Hard Body” (Legacy) gave up 15% to $7,035 in its sixth at the City Cinemas Village East.

“Six Ways to Sunday” (Stratosphere) dropped 35% to $6,169 in its second at the City Cinemas Angelika.

“Devil’s Island” (Artistic License) debuted with $5,814 at the City Cinemas Angelika.

“Little Voice” (Miramax) climbed 64% to $2,041 in its second at the Screening Room. It brought home $2,472 in its first at the City Cinemas Sutton.

“Steam: The Turkish Bath” (Strand) rose 38% to $3,600 in its 16th at the Quad.

“The Celebration” (October) gained 12% to $2,733 in its 12th at the Screening Room.

“God Said ‘Ha!'” slipped 3% to $2,525 in its fifth at the Film Forum.

“Dry Cleaning” (Strand) fell 30% to $2,145 in its sixth at the Quad.

“My Name is Joe” (Artisan) declined 30% to $1,979 in its fifth at the Cinema Village.

“The Last Days” (October) bowed to $1,470 at the City Cinemas Village East.

Los Angeles

“Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” fell 22% to $17,542 in its second at the Laemmle Sunset 5, 18% to $13,143 in its second at the Mann Criterion and 30% to $8,204 in its second at the AMC Century 14.

“Relax It’s Just Sex” bowed to $11,071 in its first at the Laemmle Sunset 5.

“Children of Heaven” gave up 29% to $10,068 in its eighth at the Laemmle Music Hall.

“The Harmonists” rang up $3,288 at the Landmark NuWilshire and $3,185 at the Laemmle Music Hall.

“Central Station” fell 4% to $6,463 in its 16th at the Landmark Westside Pavilion.

“Tango” slipped 16% to $5,644 in its fifth at the Laemmle Royal.

“Dancemaker” brought home $5,547 in its first at the Landmark Westside Pavilion.

“Gods and Monsters” climbed 7% to $5,043 in its fourth at the Loews Cineplex Showcase.

“Little Voice” rose 3% to $3,591 in its 13th at the Laemmle Monica.

“The School of the Flesh” brought home $3,513 in its first at the Landmark NuWilshire.

“The Apple” (New Yorker) decayed 28% to $2,829 in its second at the Laemmle Music Hall.

“Hilary and Jackie” rang up $2,054 in its first at the Laemmle Monica.

“The Brandon Teena Story” (Zeitgeist) brought home $1,413 in its first at the Landmark Nuart.

“Mary Jane’s Not a Virgin Anymore” (Station Wagon) rang up $1,192 in its first at the Landmark Nuart.

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