Catch up with this week’s show with cinema reviews of Johnathan Liebesman’s sequel to the awful Clash of the Titans in the form of Wrath of the Titans, Werner Herzog takes us Into the Abyss and Tarsem Singh brings us his vision of Snow White in Mirror Mirror, in the Blu-Ray/DVD section of the show we review Martin Scorsese first children’s film and his first in 3D with Hugo, those furry annoying chipmunks return in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, an identical planet appears in the sky, what does this mean in Another Earth and 2 friends are dead but they are not zombies or vampires but are The Revenant, plus the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10’s.
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Coming up on this weeks show we review cinema release including, can Johnathan Liebesman do any better with sequel to the awful Clash of the Titans in the form of Wrath of the Titans, Werner Herzog takes us Into the Abyss and Tarsem Singh brings us his vision of Snow White in Mirror Mirror, in the Blu-Ray/DVD section of the show we review Martin Scorsese first children’s film and his first in 3D with Hugo, those furry annoying chipmunks return in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, an identical planet appears in the sky, what does this mean in Another Earth and 2 friends are dead but they are not zombies or vampires but are The Revenant, on top of these reviews we also have the latest movie news and go over the UK box office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10.
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When it comes to the Oscars every year there is a film that is tipped to win everything, that didn’t happen this year however the biggest winners on the night winning 5 awards was both The Artist and Hugo however The Artist went away with 3 of the main awards where’s Hugo only took away the technical awards.
The only other film to take away more than one award was The Iron Lady however again one of the awards was for a technical category, the rest of the awards were spread out between The Descendants, Midnight in Paris, The Help and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo to name a few.
After the jump you will find all of this years winners.
It seems that you don’t have to speak in a film to claim the plaudits during awards season as the silent black and white film The Artist proved at last night BAFTA’s taking a massive 7 awards home with it.
British films also did really well at the BAFTA’s last night with Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Senna and the Iron Lady taking 2 awards each alongside Hugo, however there were also wins for the fantastic Tyrannosaur, Beginners and Harry Potter making it a fantastic night for British Cinema
Other films that walked away with awards were animated film Rango, Spanish film The Skin i Live in, drama The Help and kids film.
Full list of winners can be found after the jump.
The nominations for the 84th Oscars have been released and Martin Scoreses Hugo has come out on top with 11 nominations however nipping on it’s tail is The Artist with 10 nominations. 2 films are joint third with 6 nominations and they are Steven Spielberg’s War Horse and David Fincher’s remake of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Coming up just behind them are The Descendants and MoneyBall which managed 5 nominations each.
After the jump is the full list of Nominations.
There were no new entries in the top 10 this week so it was up to last weeks highest new entry the Muppets to knock Twilight off the top spot however it couldn’t manage that so those vampires, werewolves and moaning girls managed to hang on to the top spot.
10 – Puss in Boots – $3.050.000 – $139.522.000
9 – Tower Heist – $4.100.000 – $70.800.000
8 – Immortals – $4.394.000 – $75.588.000
7 – The Descendants – $5.200.000 – $18.087.000
6 – Jack and Jill – $5.500.000 – $64.308.000
5 – Happy Feet 2 – $6.000.000 – $51.785.000
4 – Arthur Christmas – $7.350.000 – $25.292.000
3 – Hugo – $7.625.000 – $25.188.000
2 – The Muppets – $11.200.000 – $56.137.000
1 – Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1 – $16.900.000 – $247.300.000
There are a lot of new entries out this week however i have picked 4 of them, two of the new entries have a small chance of getting in the top 10 and two movies which should give twilight a bit of a scare.
First off are the two which have little chance and they are thriller We Need to Talk About Kevin and the highly rated (from us) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.
out of the two that will make it into the top 10 the Sitter has the smallest chance of knocking Twilight off the top spot however it’s the huge cast of New Years Eve that i think should charm there way to the summit of the chart.
It’s been a busy week for new entries in the chart however none of them could knock Twilight off the top spot as the vampires and werewolf’s have used there charm again to entice more girls to part with there cash.
There were a total of 5 new entries in the top 10, first off going in at a very low 10 was Brad Pitt new film Moneyball, going in one place above Moneyball at number 9 was Bollywood comedy Desi Boyz.
The next new entry went to Dream House which managed to hit the number 7 spot however it was beaten by 50/50 which went in at a very low 6th spot, the biggest new entry of the week though went to My Week With Marilyn which went in at a very high number 3.
10 – Moneyball – (NE) – £230.848
9 – Desi Boyz – (NE) – £243.792
8 – In Time – £258.840 – £5.026.901
7 – Dream House – (NE) – £304.239
6 – 50/50 – (NE) – £410.251
5 – Immortals – £534.163 – £5.404.986
4 – Adventures of TinTin: The Secret of the Unicorn – £712.398 – £15.063.616
3 – My Week With Marilyn – (NE) – £749.819
2 – Arthur Christmas – £2.526.285 – £8.048.183
1 – Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1 – £4.574.978 – £23.310.686
It’s another big week for new releases as we have 3 new films trying to fight there way into the top 10, first off is Martin Scorsese first 3D film Hugo, then we have horror remake the Thing and finally those cute penguins are back in Happy Feet 2.