In this image released by Universal Pictures and Focus Features, Dakota Johnson, left, and Jamie Dornan appear in a scene from the film, "Fifty Shades of Grey." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures and Focus Features)
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Racy bondage flick "Fifty Shades of Grey" kept its spot atop the North American box office this weekend, a week after scoring the biggest February opening ever, industry data showed Monday.The film pulled in $93 million over its first weekend -- more than 40 percent of the top dozen movies' sales.The movie scored the record haul despite some decidedly mixed reviews.Following in second place was British spy-comedy flick "Kingsman: The Secret Service," starring Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson, also in its second weekend, with a haul of $18.3 million. "American Sniper," relegated to sixth place, had $10.1 million in ticket sales.
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