Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls” opened at No. 1 on the latest national DVD sales chart, beating a pair of other new releases that did better at the box office.

“Girls” ($38 million box office), which documents the struggles endured by women of color as expressed in a series of 20 poems, overshadowed “Life As We Know It ($53 million) at No. 2 and “Paranormal Activity 2″ ($85 million) at No. 3.

Last week’s leader on the Nielsen VideoScan sales chart, “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2,” fell to No. 4. A fourth new release, “You Again” ($26 million) debuted at No. 5.

On Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart, “Paranormal Activity 2″ debuted at No. 1, bumping “RED” to No. 2. “Life As We Know It” debuted at No. 3, and “For Colored Girls” at No. 4.

On Home Media Magazine’s rental chart for the week ended February 13, “RED” remained No. 1 for the third consecutive week. “Paranormal Activity 2″ bowed at No. 2, “You Again” at No. 3, and “For Colored Girls” at No. 4. “Life As We Know It,” available only at brick-and-mortar rental stores, failed to crack the top 20.

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