The Hunger Games certainly chewed up its competition at the box office for its opening weekend with $155 million in earnings, making it the third best debut film revenue-wise behind last year’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and 2008’s The Dark Knight. But those were both well-established franchises. The Hunger Games, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, has set the record for highest domestic opening for a non-sequel. Tribute.ca viewers gave the movie 3.7 stars out of a possible 5. This means Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s comedy 21 Jump Street, which had the top spot last weekend, was pushed way down to second with $21.3 million but it’s still a hit with Tribute.ca viewers, who gave it 4.5 stars. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax also moved down one spot to third, earning an additional $13.1 million and 4.1 stars. The action flick John Carter came in fourth with $5.0 million and also got 4.1 stars. Although it only raked in $2.1 million, the thriller Act of Valor managed to hold on to its position in fifth place, getting an impressive 4.5 star rating from Tribute.ca viewers.