Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section their is only one film however it’s a big one in the form of of true story Everest. In the home release section we take a look at the return of the Bella’s in comedy sequel Pitch Perfect 2, Keanu Reeves stars in gritty thriller John Wick, Samuel L Jackson is a president on the run in action film Big Game, horror Extinction, a second helping of horror in the form of Muck and Sci-Fi thriller Infini,we also have the latest box office/home release top 10, movie news and our movies of the week.
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Last week San Andreas managed to do better than anybody thought it would, this week however it has found itself knocked off the top spot by the latest comedy from Paul Feig, Spy.
Opening in just over 530 screens the film managed to take just over £2.5 million in it’s first weekend of release making it the most sucessful opening of any of Feig and McCarthy’s team up films.
Other new entries in this weeks chart included Bollywood film Dil Dhadakne Do going in ay number nine, the Secret Cinema release of Stars Wars: The Empire Strikes Back managed to hit the number eight spot even though it was only shown on one screen. The final new entry of the week went to the third in the Insidous series with prequel film Insidious: Chapter 3.
Upcoming – Only one film of any note is out this week and expectations are high for it to do very well, that film in question is Jurassic World.
10. Man Up, £141,170 from 306 sites. Total: £1,017,461
9. Dil Dhadakne Do, £212,719 from 74 sites (new)
8. Secret Cinema: The Empire Strikes Back, £304,115 from 1 site (new)
7. Tomorrowland: The World Beyond, £310,941 from 491 sites. Total: £4,758,221
6. Avengers: Age of Ultron, £341,491 from 389 sites. Total: £47,795,614
5. Pitch Perfect 2, £749,903 from 527 sites. Total: £16,084,082
4. Mad Max: Fury Road, £804,148 from 487 sites. Total: £15,573,726
3. Insidious: Chapter 3, £1,440,299 from 436 sites (new)
2. San Andreas, £1,794,747 from 527 sites. Total: £8,334,562
1. Spy, £2,557,824 from 531 sites (new)
Over in the US chart everything is all change with Spy knocking San Andreas off the top spot taking just under $30 million.
Other new entries in the top five included the big screen outing of the Entourage going in at number four and horror prequel Insidious: Chapter 3 hitting the number three spot.
5. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Entourage (NE)
3. Insidious: Chapter 3 (NE)
2. San Andreas
1. Spy (NE)
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at insane action adventure as Tom Hardy takes the reigns of Max in Mad Max: Fury Road and the Acca-B*****s are back in musical; comedy sequel Pitch Perfect 2. In the home release section of the show we take a look at the big screen adaptation of the stage play Into the Woods, Steve Carell stars a very sadistic coach to Channing Tatum in Foxcatcher, Oscar Issacs is having a bad time in thriller A Most Violent Year and Rza returns in action sequel The Man with the Iron Fists 2, plus the latest movie news, UK box office top 10 & DVD/Blu-Ray top 10.
Join us live from Monday 18th May at around 8:00pm (GMT) 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). You can download the show from the brilliant Podkicker on the Play Store (just search for The Monday Movie Show) on it, or you can now find us on Youtube, just search for (you guessed it) the Monday Movie Show and we are finally back on iTunes just search for the Monday Movie Show and you should find us.
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Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at Tom Cruise’s latest movie, in science fiction from the director of Tron Legacy Joseph Kosinski, Oblivion, there’s the return of the movie series that kick started the horror parody genre in Scary Movie 5, and an all star cast including Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes star in The Place Beyond The Pines. On DVD & Blu Ray we review dark comedy Seven Psychopaths starring Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell, Anna Kendrick stars in musical comedy Pitch Perfect, Denise Richards and Jim Belushi star in comedy/drama Cougars INC, dark drama in What Richard Did and Thomas Decker stars in small mystery thriller Abandoned, 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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The Hobbit couldn’t hold on to the top spot for another week as a film that dreamed a dream has managed to knock it off the top spot.
Three new films went into this weeks top 10, first off going in at number 6 was Texas Chainsaw 3D which is supposedly the true sequel to the original film. Hitting the number 3 spot and doing well despite getting very average reviews was Gangster Squad. this weeks highest new entry though went to Les Miserables which went straight into the number 1 spot and becoming the highest grossing debut musical of all time.
10. Parental Guidence – £401.627 – £3.98M
9. Pitch Perfect – £453.205 – £5.78M
8. Jack Reacher – £690.043 – £8.61M
7. Quartet – £891.829 – £4.72M
6. Texas Chainsaw 3D – (NE) – £1.25M
5. The Impossible – £1.86M – £7.15M
4. The Hobbit – £1.86M – £48.49M
3. Gangster Squad – (NE) – £2.09M
2. Life of Pi – £2.33M – £21.92M
1. Les Miserables – (NE) – £8.12M
New Releases – you have a few films to choose from this week, first of is Quentin Tarentino’s new film Django Unchained, your next choice is comedy drama The Sessions starring Helen Hunt, your final film choice this week is small anthology horror film V/H/S.
The last quarter of 2012 proved that people still want to go to the cinema with a record breaking takings, well it looks like 2013 has gotten off with a big bang thanks to the top 2 films going toe to toe with each other.
The first chart of 2013 kicks off with 2 new entries, first off going in at number 4 was a surprise entry for Quartet. The biggest new release of the week though went to the Impossible which went straight into the number 2 spot scaring The Hobbit by only taking just under the amount of it.
10. Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Wings – £516.952 – £3.375.684
9. Skyfall – £541.401 – £101.572.493
8. Rise of the Guardians – £725.281 – £11.247.265
7. Parental Guidence – £884.319 – £3.371.022
6. Pitch Perfect – £917.135 – £4.928.013
5. Jack Reacher – £1.682.561 – £7.160.319
4. Quartet – (NE) – £2.294.917
3. Life of Pi – £3.353.579 – £17.857.428
2. The Impossible – (NE) – £4.034.470
1. The Hobbit – £4.075.781 – £44.870.320
New Releases – bit of a big week when it comes to new films as there are 3 very big films out and one small horror film that has people talking. First off the small horror film is American Mary directed by the Soska sisters which there last film centered around a dead hooker in a trunk. On to the big releases, your first choice is the big screen adaptation of Les Misrables, your next film choice is the delayed gangster drama Gangster Squad. Your last film choice of the week is 3D horror film Texas Chainsaw 3D.
Rise of the Guardians was in a really happy mood last week after knocking Skyfall off the top spot however this week it’s happy mood has come to a end as it has been knocked off the top spot.
Two new films entered this weeks chart, first off going in at the number 5 spot was children’s animated film Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings. This weeks highest new entry went to the Hobbit which went straight into the number 1 spot taking just over £11.5 million, it’s not all good news for the film as it is the 2nd lowest takings for a film directed by Peter Jackson and based on the Tolkin stories.
10. Great Expectations – £100.137 – £1.730.925
9. Argo – £108.384 – £5.153.262
8. Silver Linings Playbook – £231.714 – £4.104.632
7. Seven Psychopaths – £452.293 – £2.133.948
6. Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 – £509.872 – £34.420.072
5. Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings – (NE) – £528.820
4. Skyfall – £809.406 – £97.897.404
3. Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger – £938.309 – £5.582.224
2. Rise of the Guardians – £1.250.469 – £5.713.662
1. The Hobbit – (NE) – £11.601.538
New Releases – This is the last top 10 chart that i will be posting up this year however that doesn’t mean that there is no films for you too choose from over the next few weeks. First off you have 2 big films released on the 20th and 21st, on the 20th there is Life of Pi and on the 21st you have comedy film Pitch Perfect. Fast forward to the 26th and you have action thriller Jack Reacher staring Tom Cruise and comedy horror film Grabbers. Finally released on New Years Day (Jan 1st) is disaster drama The Impossible.
Last week i predicted that Skyfall would only spend one week at the top of the chart and i was right as it has been knocked off by this weeks only new entry.
As said above there is only one new entry in this weeks chart and that’s gone to Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 which has gone straight into the number 1 spot.
10. Cloud Atlas – $900.000 – $24.894.000
9. Here Comes the Boom – $1.200.000 – $41.019.000
8. Pitch Perfect – $1.260.000 – $62.000.000
7. Taken 2 – $2.100.000 – $134.624.000
6. Argo – $4.079.000 – $92.022.000
5. Flight – $8.615.000 – $61.336.000
4. Wreck-It Ralph – $18.312.000 – $121.479.000
3. Lincoln – £21.000.000 – $22.419.000
2. Skyfall – $41.500.000 – $161.337.000
1. Twilight saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 – (NE) – $141.300.000
New Releases – Finally a week where you have more than one new film to choose from, in fact you have 3 big films on offer. First off is the remake of Red Dawn which has been sitting on the shelf for so long in might of gone off, your second choice is Ang Lee’s latest film The Life of Pi, your final choice of the week is animated film Rise of the Guardian.
Wreck-It Ralph could only hold on to the top spot for 1 week as this weeks only new entry has gone and knocked it off it’s perch.
As said above there is only 1 new entry in this weeks chart and it has gone straight into the number one spot, the movie in question is Skyfall. The film took just under $90 million making it the highest grossing debut Bond film of all time.
10. Hotel Transylvania – $2.350.000 – $140.904.000
9. The Man with the Iron Fists – $2.490.000 – $12.718.000
8. Pitch Perfect – $2.504.000 – $59.030.000
7. Cloud Atlas – $2.525.000 – $22.712.000
6. Here Comes the Boom – $2.550.000 – $39.061.000
5. Taken 2 – $4.000.000 – $131.287.000
4. Argo – $6.745.000 – $85.711.000
3. Flight – $15.100.000 – $47.770.000
2. Wreck-It Ralph – $33.056.000 – $93.690.000
1. Skyfall – (NE) – $87.800.000
New Releases – like last week there is only one new film for you to go and see this week and if you don’t like sparkling vampires then i would stay away from the theater’s, the film in question is Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn part 2.
Taken 2 has finally given up it’s crown as the US box office number 1 and handed it too a film that i had a feeling would take the top spot.
Only 2 new films managed to get into this weeks cart, first off going in at number 5 was Alex Cross which is Tyler Perry’s lowest ever new entry. This weeks number 1 went to Paranormal Activity 4 however it’s not all good news for the film as it’s the lowest taking debut Paranormal Activity film, showing that fans are now getting a bit sick of the series.
10 – Looper – $4.200.000 – $57.800.000
9. Frankenweenie – $4.434.000 – $28.343.000
8. Pitch Perfect – $7.009.000 – $45.769.000
7. Here Comes the Boom – $8.500.000 – $23.200.000
6. Sinister – $9.030.000 – $31.950.000
5. Alex Cross – (NE) – $11.750.000
4. Taken 2 – $13.400.000 – $105.971.000
3. Hotel Transylvania – $13.500.000 – $119.000.000
2. Argo – $16.625.000 – $43.191.000
1. Paranormal Activity 4 – (NE) – $30.200.000
New Releases – 3 new films will be trying to fight there way into next weeks top 10, first off is Sci-Fi Action Drama Cloud Atlas starring Tom Hanks and many many more. Your next film choice is comedy film Fun Size the perfect family film for Halloween (i might be making that up), your finally choice of the week and another film that’s perfect for Halloween is Silent Hill: Revelation 3D.