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You Rate the New Releases: 'Brave,' 'Abe Lincoln,' and 'Seeking a Friend'

Pixar's still got it! Brave opened up to a solid $66.3 million opening weekend, making it the 13th straight time Pixar's film has notched the top spot at the box office. Meanwhile, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter managed to scrape together $16.3 million for third and Seeking a Friend for the End of the World rounded out the top ten list with $3.8 million.

Critics generally liked Brave, notching up 75% positive reviews on RottenTomatoes, though that percentage only ranks higher than the two Cars movies. That been said, the film was liked more than Seeking a Friend (53%) and Abe Lincoln (37%).

But now it's time to see what you thought. Did you see any of the three new wide releases this past weekend? Sound off in our polls and in the comments section with your thoughts on the films.

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