Movie tickets were a tough sell for labor day weekend, as Babylon A.D and Traitor were the only two of last week's four new releases to finish in the top five. Disaster Movie took seventh place and College took fifteenth, allowing Tropic Thunder to hold the number one spot for a third week. Here's the top five:

1. Tropic Thunder: $11.5 million
2. Babylon A.D.: $9.4 million
3. The Dark Knight: $8.6 million
4. The House Bunny: $8.3 million
5. Traitor: $7.8 million


The summer movie season is over and Hollywood is pausing to breath before moving on. We've only got one wide release this weekend.

Bangkok Dangerous:
What's It All About: Directors Oxide Pang Chun and Danny Pang remake their own 1999 Thai film. Nicolas Cage stars as a hitman who travels to Bangkok for four assassinations.
Why It Might Do Well:
If you're jonesing for a new release, this is the only act in town.
Why It Might Not Do Well:
One might assume that dumping a movie on the weekend after Labor Day represents a vote of no confidence from the studio.
Number of Theaters:
2,500
Prediction:
$14 million.

The number one movie for the week seems like a no-brainer, but what about the other four spots? Here's how I think it will go.
1. Bangkok Dangerous
2. Tropic Thunder
3. The Dark Knight
4. Traitor
5. Babylon A.D.


Scores were all over the place last week, and only vera and Romel correctly guessed that Tropic Thunder would hold the top spot. Here's how we all did.
1. Romel: 10
2. Vera: 9
3. greatone: 8
3. Adam P: 8
3. dana: 8
4. Sid Vish: 6
4. luckylucky: 6
4. Jes: 6
4. Alex Farquharson: 6
4. sam: 6
5. AJ Wiley: 5
5. Liz: 5
6. victor de la torre: 4
6. VP: 4
6. Gregory Rubinstein: 4
6. LostinaFog: 4
7. Matt: 3
7. vega: 3
7. Zach: 3
8. Ray: 2

Is Bangkok really as dangerous as all that? You tell us. Post your predictions for the top five movies in the comments section below before 5:00PM Eastern Time on Friday. One point for every top five movie correctly named, two points for every correct placement, and one extra point for the top movie.