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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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