Sony/Screen Gems' Think Like a Man took in nearly twice what the studio thought it would and wound up clobbering the competition at the box office. Think amassed $33.6 million. Costing just $12 million to produce, the movie already is in profit territory. The Nicholas Sparks drama The Lucky One came in second with another over-the-top performance, winding up with $22.5 million, versus the $15-20 million that analysts thought it would earn. The Hunger Games, last week's top film -- and the top film before that for three additional weeks -- wound up in third place with $14.7 million, down just 30 percent from the previous week. And -- yet another surprise -- the Disney documentary Chimpanzee landed in fourth place with $10.7 million. However, despite such solid results, the overall box office was down 4 percent from the comparable weekend a year ago, when the second week of Rio remained flying high at No. 1 with $26.3 million, followed closely by Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family with $25.1 million.