Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at 2 comedies, firstly the well loved and classic tv comedy Absolutely Fabulous gets the big screen treatment and Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart team up in comedy Central Intelligence. In the home release section we take a look at comedy from the mind of Sacha Baron Cohen with Grimsby, very tough and extremely powerful drama with Son of Saul, comedy sequel in Zoolander 2, drama in Secret in there Eyes and parody comedy Fifty Shades of Black, so as you can tell its a very heavy comedy show this week.
we also have the latest box office/home release top 10, movie news and our movies of the week.
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Despite a week when there was a lot of new films out battling for the top spot, The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 managed to keep hold of it’s crown for a second week with takings of just over £4.5 million.
Half of this weeks chart is taken up by new films which includes Bollywood film Tamasha going in at number eight, powerful drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in Carol at number seven, dark thriller Black Mass starring Johnny Depp at number five, the latest film from director Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks in Bridge of Spies at number five and this weeks highest new entry The Good Dinosaur hitting the number two spot.
Upcoming – This weeks new releases include two horror films and two comedies, the horror films on offer is Christmas horror Krampus, buddy comedy The Night Before, action horror Victor Frankenstein and family comedy Christmas with the Coopers.
10. Hotel Transylvania 2, £197,161 from 449 sites. Total: £19,439,987
9. Brooklyn, £200,778 from 213 sites. Total: £4,349,414
8. Tamasha, £254,750 from 80 sites (new)
7. Carol, £540,632 from 206 sites (new)
6. The Lady in the Van, £950,961 from 548 sites. Total: £9,047,439
5. Black Mass, £1,272,249 from 441 sites (new)
4. Bridge of Spies, £1,682,392 from 531 sites (new)
3. Spectre, £2,179,154 from 536 sites. Total: £88,374,402
2. The Good Dinosaur, £2,926,448 from 520 sites (new)
1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, £4,534,464 from 579 sites. Total: £19,323,711
Despite a boost to the takings on this weeks chart, The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 has managed to hold on to the top spot for a second week.
New films in this weeks top five include Rocky spin off Creed hitting hard at the number three spot and the latest animated feature from Pixar with the Good Dinosaur going in at number two.
5. The Peanuts Movie
3. Creed (NE)
2. The Good Dinosaur (NE)
1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section Sir Ian McKellen takes on the role of the most famous detective in Bill Condon’s Mr Holmes, TV series Entourage makes it’s debut on the big screen and Jake Gyllenhaal stars in romantic comedy Accidental Love. In the home release section Mr Grey will see you now in sexually charged drama Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s time to get check into Stonehearst Asylum, Michal Mann directs tech thriller Blackhat and Julia Styles has to find out what’s happening to her daughter in horror Out of the Dark,we also have the latest box office/home release top 10, movie news and our movies of the week.
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Nothing seems to of been able to move Interstellar off the top spot as it spends a second week at number one despite a bit of a challenge from this weeks highest new entry.
Three new films managed to find their way into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number five was dark thriller The drop which see’s Tom Hardy fighting to protect what he loves. The second highest new entry went to kids Christmas comedy Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey which see’s itself at this weeks number two. This weeks highest new entry though went to the Benedict Cumberbatch drama about Alan Turing one of the fathers of the computer and the person who cracked the enigma code, The Imitation Game which went in at number two.
Upcoming – I doubt we will see Interstellar at the top of the chart this time next week as it has major competition from The Hunger Games: Mockinjay Part 1, the only other new film of note is drama The Homesman starring Tommy Lee Jones.
10. Ouija – £308,516 – £3,207,638
9. Fury – £359,822 – £7,863,014
8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £437,437 – £13,056,581
7. The Book of Life – £442,863 – £5,376,374
6. Gone Girl – £454,488 – £21,545,587
4. Mr Turner – £741,748 – £4,357,230
3. Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey – (NE) – £1,800,419
2. The Imitation Game – (NE) – £2,742,725
1. Interstellar – £3,777,804 – £12,131,990
Over in the US last weeks number one Big Hero 6 finds itself now hanging out at the number two spot thanks to the highest new entry of the week comedy sequel Dumb and Dumber To. The only other new entry in this weeks chart went to drama Beyond the Night at number 4.
5. Gone Girl
4. Beyond the Light – (NE)
2. Big Hero 6
1. Dumb and Dumber To – (NE)
This week’s episode of The Monday Movie Show is now available! Catch up with our reviews of Brad Pitt’s world war 2 drama Fury, Guillermo Del Toro presents animated adventure The Book of Life, Jennifer Kent brings us a slice of Australian horror with the critically acclaimed The Babadook and Bradley Cooper stars alongside Jennifer Lawrence in drama Serena. In the home release section we take a look at Gareth Edwards version of the ultimate Kaiju with Godzilla, Brendan o’Carol brings his television mammy to the big screen with Mrs Browns Boys D’Movie, sci-fi thriller The Anomaly, brotherly drama in Hide Your Smiling Faces and Lucky McKee brings us insane revenge horror with All Cheerleaders Die plus as usual TV movies of the week, a look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu Ray/DVD charts.
Last week the Boxtrolls managed to charm the paying public last week and found it’s way at the top of the chart, it seem’s that the charm hasn’t wore off as it spends a second week at number one despite a big challenge from this weeks highest new entry A Walk Among the Tombstone which only missed out on the top spot by just under £20,000.
Other new entries in this weeks chart went to strange documentary 20,000 Days on Earth which see’s us spend a day in the life of musician Nick Cave. The other new entry went to British drama The Riot Club which went in at number five.
Missing out on the top 10 by a huge margin was teen drama thriller The Giver which could only manage a very lonely number 14 spot and failed to even pass the £200,000 mark despite it opening in more than 230 screens.
Upcoming – The Boxtrolls might spend a third week at the top of the chart as this weeks crop of new releases shouldn’t challenge it that much, if however you are after something new to watch then you have thriller The Equalizer, British comedy What we Did on Our Holiday and very dark thriller Maps to the Stars.
10. Before i Go To Sleep – £306,223 – £2,557,297
9. A Most Wanted Man – £327,967 – £1,332,233
8. 20,00 Days on Earth – (NE) – £356,467
7. Guardians of the Galaxy – £417,315 – £27,277,118
6. Sex Tape – £423,484 – £3,552,754
5. The Riot Club – (NE) – £496,647
4. Lucy – £551,794 – £13,031,253
3. Pride – £578,794 – £1,860,473
2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – (NE) – £1,317,948
1. The Boxtrolls – £1,333,137 – £3,621,803
What a difference a week makes in the world of the top five in the US as the chart went for a while without that much of a shake up however this week the time has finally come.
Three new films made up the top three in the form of comedy This is Where I Leave You, thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones and adventure film The Maze Runner.
5. Dolphin Tale 2
4. No Good Deed
3. This is Where I Leave You – (NE)
2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – (NE)
1. The Maze Runner – (NE)
It looks like the strength of the Guardians of the Galaxy couldn’t hold off the might of Will, Simon, Jay and Neil, also known as the Inbetweeners from taking over the top of the charts.
The Inbetweeners opened up to a insane £12.5 million in it’s opening weekend, £2.7 million of that was in it’s opening day making it the highest opening for any film this year and putting the movie on course to beat the takings of the first one which ended with a impressive £45 million in it’s cinema run.
As for other new films in this weeks chart, well their wasn’t any as Planes: Fire and Rescue launched last week in Scotland and Ireland and it only features in this weeks chart thanks to it’s release in the rest of the UK.
Upcoming – Takings for the whole of August are on course for a record thanks to the takings of the Inbetweeners movie and that continue with this weeks set of releases thanks to the 3rd in the Expendables movie, with it getting a 12A certificate it should mean higher takings.
Other films on release are the expansion of animated football adventure The Unbeatables and the latest comedy starring Simon Pegg in Hector and the Search for Happiness.
10. Transformers: Age of Extinction – £174,300 – £19,074,771
9. The Purge: Anarchy – £320,365 – £3,969,494
8. Hercules – £423,677 – £4,631,015
7. The Nut Job – £458,360 – £1,772,492
6. Secret Cinema: Back to the Future – £522,863 – £1,416,488
5. How to Train your Dragon 2 – £893,792 – £19,498,676
4. Planes 2: Fire and Rescue – £1,041,322 – £1,138,896
3. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – £1,743,778 – £27,053,291
2. Guardians of the Galaxy – £3,332,179 – £13,840,330
1. The Inbetweeners 2 – (NE) – £12,538,114
Over the pond in the US those hero’s in a half shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles found enough martial arts skills to beat off the Guardians of the Galaxy to find itself as the new number one film.
Other new entries in this weeks top 10 went to dance sequel Step Up All In which went in at number 6, drama The Hundred-Foot Journey at number four and disaster film Into the Storm at number 3.
4.The Hundred-Foot Journey (NE)
3. Into the Storm – (NE)
2. Guardians of the Galaxy
1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NE)
While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. A first they think it’s a prank, but when the girl starts revealing the friends’ darkest secrets, they realize they are dealing with something out of this world, something that wants them dead. Told entirely from a young girl’s computer desktop, CYBERNATURAL redefines ‘found footage’ for a new generation of teens.
Impressions: Early indications on this film are very positive and from the trailer it looks like a interesting movie, yes this kind of thing has been done before yet when you use things like Skype it makes it feel more real.
It’ll be interesting to see if the film is any good when it does get released
Well it looks like Godzilla has gone and smashed the competition this week as not only has it knocked Neighbors off the top spot it has gone and taken more than the rest of the top 10 combined.
The only other new entry in this weeks chart went to sports drama Million Dollar Arm which went in at number four.
New Releases – Two new films are on offer this week, firstly you have comedy starring Adam Sandler in Blended and a small little movie known as X-Men Days of Future past is your other option.
10. Moms Night Out – $1,900,000 – $7,327,000
9. Legends of OZ: Dorothy’s Return – $1,952,000 – $6,559,000
8. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $3,759,000 – $250,627,000
7. Rio 2 – $3,800,000 – $118,501,000
6. Heaven is for Real – $4,400,000 – $82,249,000
5. The Other Woman – $6,300,000 – $71,664,000
4. Million Dollar Arm – (NE) – $10,511,000
3. Amazing Spiderman 2 – $16,800,000 – $172,170,000
2. Neighbors – $25,991,000 – $91,517,000
1. Godzilla – (NE) – $93,205,000
Well those animated birds of Rio 2 couldn’t hold on to the top spot for a second week as the good old captain managed to wrestle away the top prize as Captain America: the Winter Soldier is now back at number one.
This weeks chart was devoid of new films, in fact three new movies decided to battle it out within the bottom half of the chart. Firstly going in at number eight was insane martial art action sequel with the Raid 2, one spot above that was dark comedy drama Calvary at number eight and the final new entry went to horror film The Quiet Ones which went in at number five.
New Releases – I doubt Captain America will be sitting on top of the chart next week as it has stiff competition for Spiderman with the release of Amazing Spiderman 2. A couple of other films you might be interested in including British comedy The Love Punch, and thriller Locke.
10. The Lego Movie – £196,050 – £32,512,022
9. The Grand Budapest Hotel – £332,145 – £9,872,335
8. The Raid 2 – (NE) – £454,150
7. Calvary – (NE) – £571,489
6. Muppets Most Wanted – £602,305 – £5,086,623
5. The Quiet Ones – (NE) – £681,305
4. Divergent – £1,003,202 – £4,013,006
3. Rio 2 – £1,559,793 – £6,763,364
2. Noah – £1,591,916 – £6,763,364
1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – £1,782,201 – £14,618,819