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UK box office top 10 – W/E 19/05/14

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Well those Bad Neighbours could only hold on to the top spot for just one week as they have been beaten by the ultimate kaiju in the form of Godzilla to the number one spot.

For the second week in a row the number one movie has taken more than the rest of the top 10 combined and that should happen for a third time with next weeks big releases.

Only one other movie found it’s way into the top 10 and that was thriller drama the Two Faces of January which went in at number five.

New releases – Two films for you too choose from this week, firstly you have the Adam Sandler comedy Blended and your other choice is a small films going by the name of X-Men Days of Future Past.

10. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – £77,636 – £19,103,475

9. Kaze Tachinu (The Wind Rises) – £80,650 – £376,977

8. Pompeii – £112,467 – £2,562,024

7. Tarzan – £137,808 – £1,796,621

6. Rio 2 – £202,091 – £13,472,804

5. The Two Faces of January – (NE) – £328,262

4. The Other Woman – £446,343 – £8,046,801

3. The Amazing Spiderman 2 – £450,068 – £23,154,647

2. Bad Neighbours – £1,405,533 – £11,387,050

1. Godzilla – (NE) – £6,382,063

US box office top 10 – W/E 16/03/14

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Well last weeks number one 300: Rise of an Empire could only hold on to the top spot for just one week as last weeks number two Mr Peabody and Sherman has managed to knock it off the top.

Three new films went into this weeks chart, firstly going into the number 10 spot was kickstarter funded Veronica Mars, hitting the number five spot was comedy Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club.  This weeks highest new entry went to vidoegame inspired movie Need For Speed which went into the number three spot.

New Releases – Two new films will be trying to get into next weeks top 10, on offer is sci-fi action drama Divergent and the return of the Muppets back to the big screen with Muppets Most Wanted.

10. Veronica Mars – (NE) – $2,021,000

9. Frozen – $2,117,000 – $396,356,000

8. The Grand Budapest Hotel – $3,640,000 – $4,779,000

7. Son of God – $5,400,000 – $50,875,000

6. The Lego Movie – $7,705,000 – $236,932,000

5. Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club – (NE) – $8,300,000

4. Non-Stop – $10,615,000 – $68,805,000

3. Need For Speed – (NE) – $17,808,000

2. 300: Rise of An Empire – $19,105,000 – $78,311,000

1. Mr Peabody and Sherman – $21,200,000 – $63,180,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 16/02/14

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Despite four new films out this week none of them could manage to remove The Lego Movie from atop of the chart, the movie has now easily smashed through the $100 marks at the box office and it doesn’t look like it will be moving for at least another week.

As i said above four new films went into this weeks top 10, firstly going in at number seven was Winters Tale, Hitting the number five spot was romantic drama Endless Love.  Going in at a lower than expect was the latest 80’s action film to get the remake treatment Robocop, the film could only manage to go into the number three spot.  This weeks highest new entry went to comedy About Last Night which found it’s way into the number two spot.

New Releases – Only a couple of new films out this week and none should challeneg the might of The Lego Movie at the top of the chart, if you are after something new then you have thriller 3 Days to Kill, action drama Pompeii and the final film from animation mast Hayao Miyazaki, The Wind Rises

10. That Awkward Moment – $3,337,000 – $21,400,000

9. Lone Survivor – $4,076,000 – $118,402,000

8. Frozen – $5,855,000 – $376,046,000

7. Winters Tale – (NE) – $7,785,000

6. Ride Along – $8,759,000 – $116,133,000

5. Endless Love – (NE) – $13,380,000

4. The Monuments Men – $15,000,000 – $43,670,000

3. Robocop – (NE) – $21,500,000

2. About Last Night – (NE) – $27,000,000

1. The Lego Movie – $48,810,000 – $129,113,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 24/11/13

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Well it seems that Thor had no chance whatsoever when he took on one of this weeks new entries as he has been beaten into a little pulp and finds himself at the number two spot.

Two new films went into this chart, first off going in at number four was comedy film Delivery Man.  This weeks highest new entry and the new number one went to the second in the hunger games films with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.  The film has become the 7th highest grossing debut film of all time taking just over $160 million and the highest grossing debut film of all time that was released in November.

New Releases – Not very much when it comes to new films this week however if you are after something new then you have musical Black Nativity and action thriller Homefront to choose from.

10. Dallas Buyers Club – $2,770,000 – $6,450,000

9. 12 Years a Slave – $2,800,000 – $29,393,000

8. Gravity – $3,305,000 – $245,503,000

7. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – $3,450,000 – $95,451,000

6. Last Vegas – $4,400,000 – $53,926,000

5. Free Birds – $5,300,000 – $48,594,000

4. Delivery Man – (NE) – $8,215,000

3. The Best Man Holiday – $12,522,000 – $50,391,000

2. Thor: The Dark World – $14,117,000 – $167,837,000

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – (NE) – $161,125,000

US box office top 10

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Last week A Good Day to Die Hard reigned supreme at the top of the charts, this week however is a different story as not only has it been knocked off the top spot but it has been beaten into a bloody pulp all the way down to number 5.  The film that has taken over it’s crown is last weeks number 2 Identity Theft.

The chart only made way for 2 new films, first off going in at number 6 was horror film Dark Skies.  The highest new entry of the week though went to action film Snitch which hit the number 2 spot.

10. Beautiful Creature – $3.410.000 – $16.372.000

9. Side Effects – $6.511.000 – $25.254.000

8. Warm Bodies – $4.750.000 – $58.218.000

7. Silver Lining Playbook – $6.051.000 – $107.476.000

6. Dark Skies – (NE) – $8.850.000

5. A Good Day to Die Hard – $10.000.000 – $51.802.000

4. Safe Haven – $10.600.000 – $48.062.000

3. Escape from Planet Earth – $11.013.000 – $35.144.000

2. Snitch – (NE) – £13.000.000

1. Identity Theft – $14.064.000 – $93.667.000

New Releases – you have a couple of interesting movies to choose from this week, first off is comedy film 21 and Over, your next choice is delayed fantasy adventure film Jack the Giant Killer.  Your finally two choices are horror film The Last Exorcism 2 and thriller Phantom.

Coming up this week (27/08/12)

Coming up on this weeks very packed show: In the cinema section we have a comedy triple bill as we review sci-fi comedy movie The Watch starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, slapstick humour in the modern update of The Three Stooges, and british comedy with the big screen outing of Keith Lemon: The Film.  On Blu-Ray/DVD we review romantic drama The Lucky One starring Zac Efron, more slasher horror in Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, Cuba Gooding Jr and Dolph Lundgren star in mafia thriller One In The Chamber, a zombie army attacks in horror movie Outpost 2: Black Sun, chinese action thriller Let The Bullets Fly, teen horror/comedy in Detention, the battle against the bugs continues in animated form in Starship Troopers: Invasion, and the game turns deadly in thriller Truth Or Dare, plus as usual our look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10′s.

So join us live from 7:30 pm (GMT) on Monday 27th August on our Spreaker page or the Spreaker app (which you can download free from the Apple app store/Android marketplace and find us on by just searching for The Monday Movie Show). Don’t forget you can also catch up with any episode of the show on iTunes, Spreaker or now you can find us on Youtube just look for Monday Movie Show.

Monday Movie Show Catch Up (26/3/12)

Catch up with this week’s show with cinema reviews of The Hunger Games starring Jennifer (X-Men: First Class) Lawrence, french movie The Kid With A Bike and Act Of Valor (yes, we know it should be Valour, but feared if we correct it the Marines in the movie will show up in the MMS studio and make us change it back!), plus in the DVD & Blu Ray section we’ll be covering new releases including dancing penguins in Happy Feet Two, return to Never, Never Land with Antonio Banderas in Puss In Boots, Mary Elizabeth Winstead battles The Thing, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen star in cancer drama 50/50, Nicholas Cage struggles to seek Justice, Rebecca Hall searches for the truth in The Awakening, we look at another adaptation of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights and Jack Black, Steve Martin & Owen Wilson take up bird watching in The Big Year, plus the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10’s.

You can also listen to any episode of The Monday Movie Show via this link on Spreaker. This week’s episode is now also available to listen to via the applet above, via iTunes, or available as an mp3 download (Choose your file host):

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Monday Movie Show Catch Up (19/3/12)

Catch up with this week’s show with cinema reviews of The Devil Inside the new horror horror from the people behind the Paranormal Activity series, Contraband starring Mark Whalberg , comedy as budding cops Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are sent to 21 Jump Street and Matt Damon gets more than he bargained for in We Bought a Zoo.  In the DVD/Blu-ray section of the show we look at the animated film from Steven Spielberg TinTin, plus Machine Gun Preacher starring Gerrard Butler, comedy with a big cast including Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy who try a Tower Heist, very dark drama from Australia in Snowtown, Baseball drama starring Brad Pitt in Moneyball, home siege film with Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman in Trespass and drama thriller Take Shelter with Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain, plus the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10.

You can also listen to any episode of The Monday Movie Show via this link on Spreaker. This week’s episode is now also available to listen to via the applet above, via iTunes, or available as an mp3 download (Choose your file host):

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Coming up this week – 12/03/12

This week in the cinema section we review The Raven, a fictional thriller chronicling the final days of Edgar Allan Poe starring John Cusack and Luke Evans plus a review of the latest Walt Disney big budget adventure John Carter starring Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Willem DaFoe, Mark Strong and Dominic West, while on DVD and Blu-Ray we finally give our review of the penultimate in the Twilight saga with Breaking Dawn: Part 1, Emma Stone and Viola Davis in comedy/drama The Help, Michelle Williams is Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn,  Kate Bosworth and James Marsden are terrorised in the remake of Straw Dogs, a case of mistaken identity in comedy Monte Carlo, and camping horror Evidence, plus as usual the latest movie news, UK Box Office top 10, and DVD/Blu Ray top 10.

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