Epic fantasy THE LORD OF THE RINGS, with primary visual effects by WETA, ruled as the number one film for the third week in a row, nabbing another $23M this weekend to break the $200M mark after just 18 days. The AFI honored RINGS as "Film of the Year" this weekend and it has earned $205.5M after just 19 days in theaters. The drama A BEAUTIFUL MIND, with primary visual effects by Digital Domain, claimed the number two spot, with $17M in its first week of wide release. The film, which is inspired by the life of schizophrenic mathematician John Nash, has earned $38.2M after three weeks. Rat Pack redux OCEANS ELEVEN, with visual effects by E=mc2 and Cinesite, is still pulling in an audience, slipping just one spot to third and earning $11.7M for a five-week cume of $152.7M. Nickelodeons JIMMY NEUTRON: BOY GENIUS looks to be a big success for the studio. Dropping just one spot to fourth with $9.2M for the weekend, the CG animated flick has earned $62.5M after three weeks. HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERERS STONE, with visual effects by Sony Pictures Imageworks and Rhythm & Hues, took a big tumble from last weekend, falling four spots to ninth place with $6.1M for the weekend. But Warner Bros. shouldnt be too worried, as the fantasy flick still managed to break the $300M mark after just eight weeks in release. MONSTERS, INC. is hanging on in tenth place, with $4M this weekend for a cume of $244.8M. The weekends only new film in wide release, the sci-fi thriller IMPOSTOR, with visual effects by ILM, couldnt even crack the top twelve, earning just $3.2M for unlucky 13th place. Next week look for the U.S. release of the French film THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF, with animatronic characters from Jim Hensons Creature Shop.