By EW Staff
February 09, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST

Oh, Bruce Willis — you just can’t keep yourself (or even your younger self, as the No. 3 debut of Disney’s The Kid aptly shows) off the rental chart (see The Story of Us, The Sixth Sense, The Whole Nine Yards — and that’s just one calendar year). So what if you didn’t best Coyote Ugly or Me, Myself & Irene — at least you’re not John Travolta, whose cosmic punchline Battlefield Earth thudded to No. 10. And, perhaps due to its Golden Globe victory, Gladiator conquered its way back to No. 5.

TAPE RENTALS

WEEKS EW LAST GROSS ON VIDEO WEEK TO DATE CHART GRADE

1 1 ME, MYSELF & IRENE Jim Carrey $90.6 3 C 2 2 COYOTE UGLY Piper Perabo $60.8 2 C- 3 — DISNEY’S THE KID Bruce Willis $69.7 1 B+ 4 3 HOLLOW MAN Kevin Bacon $73.2 4 B- 5 7 GLADIATOR Russell Crowe $186.6 10 A 6 — BAIT Jamie Foxx $15.3 1 C 7 4 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK Richard Gere $37.8 4 D 8 6 GONE IN 60 SECONDS Nicolas Cage $101.7 8 D 9 8 SCARY MOVIE Marlon Wayans $157.0 7 C+ 10 5 BATTLEFIELD EARTH John Travolta $21.5 2 D- 11 9 THE ART OF WAR Wesley Snipes $30.2 5 C- 12 10 THE CELL Jennifer Lopez $61.3 6 C+ 13 11 THE REPLACEMENTS Keanu Reeves $44.7 9 C 14 15 NUTTY PROFESSOR II… Eddie Murphy $123.2 8 C- 15 12 THE PERFECT STORM George Clooney $182.5 11 C 16 13 SHAFT Samuel L. Jackson $70.3 7 C+ 17 17 FREQUENCY Dennis Quaid $45.0 13 B 18 14 THE PATRIOT Mel Gibson $113.3 14 C+ 19 18 UNDER SUSPICION Morgan Freeman $0.3 4 B- 20 16 BIG MOMMA’S HOUSE Martin Lawrence $117.5 11 D+

SOURCE: VIDEO BUSINESS FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 30, 2001 BOX OFFICE GROSS-TO-DATE FIGURES IN MILLIONS. SOURCE: ACNIELSEN EDI, INC., AND EXHIBITOR RELATIONS CO. INC.

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