Presidents Day weekend was a good time to see Bruce Willis on the big screen.

Willis' sequel A Good Day to Die Hard opened in first place over the holiday weekend, earning an estimated 29.3 million dollars from Friday, February 15th, through Monday, February 18th, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth film in the series, features Willis reprising his role of tough cop John McClane. It has raked in 37.5 million bucks since debuting last Thursday, February 14th.

Last week's box office champ, Identity Thief, slipped to the second spot, with 27.9 million.

The romantic drama Safe Haven debuted in third place, earning 25.2 million dollars. It has made 34 million since its release on Valentine's Day.

The animated film Escape From Planet Earth, which opened on Friday, finished in fourth place, with 21 million.

Beautiful Creatures premiered in sixth place, collecting 8.9 million dollars during the four-day weekend and 11.5 million since it hit theaters on Thursday.

Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Monday, with estimated ticket sales, according to The Hollywood Reporter:

1. A Good Day to Die Hard, $29.3 million.
2. Identity Thief, $27.9 million.
3. Safe Haven, $25.2 million.
4. Escape From Planet Earth, $21 million
5. Warm Bodies, $10.3 million.
6. Beautiful Creatures, $8.9 million.
7. Side Effects, $7.8 million.
8. Silver Linings Playbook, $7.6 million.
9. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, $4.2 million.
10. Zero Dark Thirty, $3.6 million.