Coming up on this weeks very busy show, in the cinema section we take a look at fantasy horror I.Frankenstein, crime drama starring Christtian Bale in Out of the Furnace, Mark Wahlberg stars in true life drama about a 4 soldiers in Lone Survivor and Zac Effron and friends have to suffer through That Awkward Moment. On Blu-Ray/DVD we take a look at romantic drama About Time, kidnap thriller Prisoners, animated adventure with Justin and the Knights of Valor, comedy drama Wadjda, thriller starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake in Runner Runner, Anton Yelchin stars in Sci-Fi comedy Odd Thomas and baseball drama with 42, 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 it seems that nothing can shift Gravity from the top spot as it has managed to spend a third week at number one taking just over $170 million so far.
Three new films went into this weeks top 10, firstly going in at a very low number eight was drama The Fifth Estate starring Benedict Cumberbatch, going in at number five was action thriller starring Stallone and Schwarzenegger in Escape Plan. This weeks highest new entry went to horror remake Carrie which entered the chart at number three.
New Releases – not very much to challenge Gravity in next weeks chart as all you have too go and see is thriller The Counselor and comedy from the minds of Jackass with Bad Grandpa.
10. Insidious Chapters 2 – $1,533,000 – $80,923,000
9. Runner Runner – $1,625,000 – $17,536,000
8. The Fifth Estate – (NE) – $1,714,000
7. Enough Said – $1,800,000 – $10,787,000
6. Prisoners – $2,065,000 – $57,259,000
5. Escape Plan – (NE) – $9,800,000
4. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 – $10.109.000 – $93,137,000
3. Carrie – (NE) – $17,000,000
2. Captain Phillips – $17,300,000 – $53,300,000
1. Gravity – $31,030,000 – $170,566,000
Last week i said that it was the lowest takings weeks of the year, well low and behold this week has gone and beaten that, in fact none of the movies managed to get past the £1 million mark, this is the first time it has happened since the middle of 2012.
There wasn’t much of a challenge from any of the new films this week on last weeks number one, Prisoners, as it has managed to hold on to the top spot for it’s third week.
Two new films went into the lower end of this weeks chart, first off going in at number seven was Le Week End, the highest new entry went to the Fifth Estate which only managed to go into the number six spot.
New Releases – Finally a few films that will shake up next weeks top 10, firstly you have drama Captain Phillips, your next choice is action thriller Escape Plan and your final film on offer is animated film Turbo.
10. White House Down – £189,586 – £4,175,310
9. Justin and the Knights of Valor – £191,556 – £2,695,856
8. Runner Runner – £279,339 – £2,385,186
7. Le Week End – (NE) – £324,888
6. The Fifth Estate – (NE) – £502,495
5. Rush – £531,945 – £8,892,873
4. Filth – £638,856 – £2,532,897
3. Blue Jasmine – £642,241 – £3,333,633
2. Sunshine on Leith – £732,296 – £2,165,216
1. Prisoners – £968,990 – £5,035,660
Very little change when it comes too this weeks top 10 as last weeks number one Gravity has not been shifted off the top of the chart however it only had a slight fight from one of this weeks new entries.
Only two films went into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number four was over the top action film Machete Kills. This weeks highest new entry went to drama Captain Phillips which managed to hit the number two spot taking $26 million.
New Releases – Three new films are on offer this week, firstly you have horror remake Carrie, your next choice is action film Escape Plan and your final choice is drama The Fifth Estate.
10. Baggage Claim – $2,075,000 – $18,272,000
9. Don Jon – $2,340,000 – $20,141,000
8. Rush – $2,364,000 – $22,202,000
7. Insidious Chapter 2 – $2,650,000 – $78,447,000
6. Prisoners – $3,665,000 – $53,620,000
5. Runner Runner – $3,725,000 – $14,114,000
4. Machete Kills – (NE) – $3,797,000
3. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 – $14,200,000 – $78,037,000
2. Captain Phillips – (NE) – $26,000,000
1. Gravity – $44,265,000 – $123,400,000
Not a explosive week when it comes to the box office top 10 however last weeks number one Rush has been toppled by one of the three new entries on offer.
As i said above three new films went into the top 5 of this weeks chart, first off going in at number four and taking a low £764,000 was action thriller Runner Runner, going in one place above it at number three was Woody Allen’s latest movie Blue Jasmine. This weeks highest new entry and new number one went to tough drama Prisoners.
New Releases – Again it’s a week of small releases this week, on offer is James McAvoy in insane comedy/drama/thriller/what-ever-the-hell it is film Filth, small apocalyptic drama How i Live Now and small Scottish film Sunshine on Leith.
10. Monsters University – £271,863 – £29,768,407
9. Diana – £272,065 – £1,387,184
8. Justin and the Knights of Valor – £433,467 – £1,983,570
7. White House Down – £441,591 – £3,322,184
6. About Time – £485,780 – £6,263,595
5. Insidious Chapter 2 – £572,554 – £6,023,282
4. Runner Runner – (NE) – £764,886
3. Blue Jasmine – (NE) – £833,798
2. Rush – £987,594 – £6,537,752
1. Prisoners – (NE) – £1,365,527
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at powerful drama Prisoners starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal and Justin Timberlake runs into trouble when he meets Ben Affleck in Runner Runner. On Blu-Ray/DVD we take a look at Michael Shannon in thriller The Iceman, Eli Roth presents horror sequel The Last Exorcism Part 2, small Irish horror thriller Citadel and low budget insane horror with Frankenstein Army, plus as usual our TV movie of the week, the latest movie news, UK box office top 10 & DVD/Blu-Ray top 10.
Join us live from Monday 30th September at 7:30pm (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). Don’t forget you can also catch up with any episode of the show on iTunes, Spreaker or you can now find us on Youtube, just search for the Monday Movie Show.
Well it seems that Insidious chapter 2 scared off it’s audience as it no longer reigns supreme at the top of the chart, that accolade has gone to last weeks number two Rush which is now the new king of the chart.
A pretty bad week for new release as none of them managed to make any kind of impact on the top 10. Firstly going in at a low number eight was thriller The Call starring Halle Berry, hitting the number seven spot was Men in Black rip off R.I.P.D. This weeks highest new entry went to drama Diana, the film got a major roasting from critics so it’s a wonder that it managed to go in at number five.
New Releases – Again it’s another quiet week when it comes to new films as you only have two too choose from, thriller Prisoners and a second thriller in the form of Runner Runner.
10. We’re the Millers – £343,803 – £7,502,671
9. One Direction: This is Us – £367,554 – £7,122,488
8. The Call – (NE) – £409,886
7. R.I.P.D – (NE) – £506,411
6. Justin and the Knights of Valor – £512,560 – £1,473,903
5. Diana – (NE) – £622,915
4. About Time – £701,321 – £5,249,548
3. White House Down – £712,344 – £2,486,169
2. Insidious Chapter 2 – £1,076,061 – £4,919,498
1. Rush – £1,336,159 – £4,655,253