The childish pranks of "Home Alone" continued to draw moviegoers in droves over the weekend while the box-office cigar of "Havana" exploded in star Robert Redford's face.

The abandoned twerp comedy "Home Alone" made $11.6 million over the weekend. It has been the nation's most popular movie for five straight weeks, according to figures released Monday by Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc.The film passed the $100 million mark Monday afternoon after its revenues rose to $99.3 million through the weekend.

Meanwhile, Redford and director Sydney Pollack's "Havana" on the theme of revolution opened to miserable business, making just $2.2 million for ninth place in its first weekend of release.

"Ghost" dropped out of the Top 10 for the first time in 23 weeks of playing, falling to No. 13 on $840,508.

In second place for the weekend was the poorly-reviewed sequel "Look Who's Talking Too," which made $8.1 million in its premiere. The film about an obnoxious infant stars John Travolta and Kirstie Alley and features the voices of Bruce Willis, Roseanne Barr and Damon Wayans.

Here are the top movie ticket sales Friday through Sunday as tallied by Exhibitor Relations, with distributor, weekend gross, number of theater screens, average per screen, total gross and number of weeks in release.

Figures are based on a combination of actual box-office receipts and studio projections where actual figures are not immediately available.

1. "Home Alone," 20th Century Fox, $11.6 million, 2,017 screens, $5,760 per screen, $99.3 million, five weeks.

2. "Look Who's Talking Too," Tri-Star, $8.1 million, 1,576 screens, $5,140 per screen, $8.1 million, one week.

3. "Edward Scissorhands," 20th Century Fox, $6.3 million, 1,023 screens, $6,183 per screen, $6.6 million, two weeks.

4. "Dances With Wolves," Orion, $4.5 million, 1,196 screens, $3,739 per screen, $38.4 million, six weeks.

5. "Misery," Columbia, $4 million, 1,302 screens, $3,074 per screen, $26.1 million, three weeks.

6. "Mermaids," Orion, $3.515 million, 920 screens, $3,820 per screen, $3.5 million, one week.

7. "The Rookie," Warner Bros., $3.513 million, 1,862 screens, $1,887 per screen, $10.9 million, two weeks.

8. "Three Men and a Little Lady," Disney, $2.7 million, 1,286 screens, $2,116 per screen, $39.8 million, four weeks.

9. "Havana," Universal, $2.2 million, 824 screens, $2,640 per screen, $2.3 million, 11/2 weeks.

10. "Predator II," 20th Century Fox, $1.2 million, 1,312 screens, $898 per screen, $25 million, four weeks.