Coming up on this weeks very packed show, in the cinema section we take a look at the latest comedy starring Melissa McCarthy and from the creator of Bridesmaid, The Heat, Vera Farmiga teams up with Patrick Wilson in horror film from James Wan, The Conjuring, Studio Ghibli returns to the big screen with From Up on Poppy Hill, Nicolas Winding Refn teams up with Ryan Gosling for thriller Only God Forgives and Bruce Willis returns with his gang in action caper Red 2. Only Blu-Ray/DVD we review James McAvoy in twisty British thriller Trance, a family get’s terrorized in horror film Dark Skies, Dylan Moran stars in punk-rock comedy drama Good Vibrations and Nicolas Cage only has 12 hours to save his daughter in Stolen, plus as usual our TV movie of the week, the latest movie news, UK box office top 10 & DVD/Blu-Ray top 10.
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Well The Croods has finally had it’s day in the sun as it wasn’t able to hold on to the top spot for another week, instead one of this weeks new entries has taken it’s place,
3 new films entered this weeks chart, first off going in a much higher than expected number 4 was drama The Place Beyond the Pines, this will come as a big surprise to the distributors as the film was only released in a limited number of screens. Into the top 3 and we find comedy parody film Scary Movie 5 sitting at number 3, it’s not all good news though for the film as it has taken less than the fourth entry in the series in it’s opening weekend. This weeks highest new entry and the new number one went to sci-fi film Oblivion, the film managed this feat by being released 2 day’s earlier than it’s rivals netting itself a nice extra £1.7 million during it’s 2 extra days.
10. The Host – £239,291 – £3,227,965
9. Dark Skies – £308,456 – £1,872,838
8. Trance – £339,480 – £4,103,341
7. OZ the Great and Powerful – £391,733 – £14,668,721
6. Jack the Giant Slayer – £451,509 – £7,081,962
5. GI Joe Retaliation – £525,234 – £6,909,942
4. The Place Beyond the Pines – (NE) – £671,119
3. Scary Movie 5 – (NE) – £1,085,932
2. The Croods – £1,999,475 – £22,736,517
1. Oblivion – (NE) – £4,959,386
New Releases – This week see’s the release of a couple of big films that should do well at the box office and a couple of smaller films. First off the big 2, if action is what you are after then the film of choice for you is Olympus Has Fallen, your other big choice of the week is horror remake/re-imagining/reboot Evil Dead. If you want a smaller film then you have another 2 to pick from in the form of drama Promised Land starring Matt Damon and Australian horror film Bait 3D.
At the top of this weeks chart nothing much has changed, so that means that The Croods has managed to hold on to the top spot for another week keeping out any new films and the fight from GI Joe.
3 new films entered this weeks top 10. First off going in at number 10 was family friendly Disney film The Odd Life of Timothy Green, doing a little better was OTT film Spring Breakers which managed to hit the number 9 spot and marking a debut into the top 10 for a Harmony Korine film. The highest new entry went to horror film Dark Skies which just managed to get into the top 3 by hitting the number 3 spot.
10. The Odd Life of Timothy Green – (NE) – £269,465
9. Spring Breakers – (NE) – £345,153
8. Identity Thief – £422,194
7. The Host – £520,248
6. OZ The Great and Powerful – £574,318
5. Jack the Giant Slayer – £705,215
4. Trance – £722,027
3. Dark Skies – (NE) – £1,031,048
2. GI Joe: Retaliation – £1,060,222
1. The Croods – £2,364,348
New Releases – we are now starting to get a few big films and this week we have a couple of new movies for you to choose from. First up is Sci-Fi action drama film starring Tom Cruise, Oblivion, your next film of choice is The Place Beyond the Pines starring Ryan Gosling. Your last film of choice this week is comedy film (if you can call it that) Scary Movie 5
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at alien chiller Dark Skies, Selena Gomez goes wild in insane film Spring Breakers, Disney shows us The Odd Life of Timothy Green and Gabriel Byrne stars in British crime thriller All Things to All Men. In the Blu-Ray/DVD part of the show we go back to the shire and find out how it all started with The Hobbit, Aaron Eckhart stars in The Expatriate, small scary horror film with The Echo and Mr Potato head himself, Channing Tatum shows up in romantic comedy 10 Years, plus as usual our TV movie of the week, a look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10′s.
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Well it seem’s that the Croods is a much more stronger film that first anticipated as it has managed to hold on to the top spot for a second week despite a bit of competition from one of this weeks new entries.
The top 10 is awash with new films this week, 5 in total. Hitting the number 10 spot is French mystery thriller In the House, one spot above that at number 9 is the 3D re-release of Finding Nemo. Opening the top 5 this weeks was The Host based on a book by Twilight’s Stephenie Meyer’s, going in at number 3 was trippy thriller Trance from director Danny Boyle. This weeks highest new entry went to action (if you could call it that) sequel GI Joe: Retaliation which hit the number 2 spot.
If you are wondering where both Stolen and Welcome to the Punch are well they both fell a huge 86% to take a average screen total of only £250 each.
10. In the House – (NE) – £209,000
9. Finding Nemo – (NE) – £265,000
8. Side Effects – £347,000 – £4.11m
7. Identity Thief – £768,000 – £2.94m
6. OZ The Great and Powerful – £976,000 – £11.87m
5. The Host – (NE) – £991,000
4. Jack the Giant Slayer – £1.24m – £3.79m
3. Trance – (NE) – £1.59m
2. GI Joe: Retaliation – (NE) – £2.76m
1. The Croods – £3.30m – £10.61m
New Releases – It’s not a big week for new release as each one of the new films on offer seem to be low key releases. First off is horror film from the people behind Insidious and Sinister, Dark Skies. Your next movie of choice is family friendly film The Odd Life of Timothy Green and your final choice is OTT violent film Spring Breakers.
Last weeks number 1 Identity Theft is no longer reigning supreme at the top of the chart thanks to one of this weeks new entries.
3 new films graced this weeks chart, first off going in at number 4 was horror sequel The Last Exorcism 2, doing better by breaking into the top 3 was 21 and Over. This weeks highest new entry though and new number 1 went to action adventure film Jack the Giant Slayer, it’s not all good new for the film though as it only took under $29 million on a budget of $195 million.
10. Dark Skies – $3,556,000 – $13,453,000
9. A Good Day to Die Hard – $4,500,000 – $59,624,000
8. Silver Lining Playbook – $5,941,000 – $115,521,000
7. Escape from Planet Earth – $6,276,000 – $43,213,000
6. Safe Haven – $6,300,000 – $57,093,000
5. Snitch – $7,700,000 – $24,410,000
4. Last Exorcism 2 – (NE) – $8,030,000
3. 21 and Over – (NE) – $9,000,000
2. Identity Theft – $9.706,000 – $107,433,000
1. Jack the Giant Killer – (NE) – $28,010,000
New Releases – only 2 new films are on offer this week, first off is thriller Dead Man Down. The only other new film of the week and probably the one that will go into the number 1 spot is action adventure OZ the Great and Powerful.
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.
A thriller centered on an alien disguised as a human and a boy tagged for abduction.
Impression: Another one of those films billed ‘from the producers of’ Paranormal Activity and Insidious and too me it looks a little bit weak, that might not be the case when it comes out but i hold very little hope for this film