Catch up with this week’s show with reviews of cinema releases The Cold Light Of Day starring new Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver, comedy drama This Must Be The Place starring Sean Penn and Frances McDormand, and DVD/Blu Ray releases of Texas Killing Fields starring Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, supernatural horror 666: The Prophecy, Annette Benning, Niome Watts and Samuel L Jackson in drama Mother And Child, and documentary If A Tree Falls about the Earth Liberation Front, plus the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10’s.
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5 new films graced the top 10 this week ,first off going in at number 10 was Roman Polanski’s new film Carnage, hitting a low number 6 spot was Man on a Ledge starring Sam Worthington, doing a little bit better is one of the worst films I have ever seen Jack and Jill, The Rock shows that he can handle a kids movie by going in at number 2 with Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, however it was the fantastic thriller Chronicle which managed to hit the top spot on it’s first week.
10 – Carnage – (NE) – £298.733
9 – The Artist – £377.889 – £4.847.970
8 – A Monster in Paris – £474.941 – £1.518.472
7 – The Grey – £521.188 – £1.615.526
6 – Man on a Ledge – (NE) – £697.394
5 – Jack and Jill – (NE) – £848.814
4 – War Horse – £889.687 – £14.308.314
3 – The Descendants – £1.112.964 – £2.910.903
2 – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – (NE) – £1.200.587
1 – Chronicle – (NE) – £2.193.072
New Releases – Even though there are only 4 new films out this week of note 3 of them are really big ones, first off David Cronenberg’s new film starring Michael Fassbender A Dangerous Method, then the first Star Wars film to be retro fitted into 3D Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, next up Daniel Radcliffe throws away Harry Potter to star is ghost film The Woman in Black and finally the first Muppet film under Disney finally hit’s our shores in the form of The Muppets.
Directed By: Asger Leth
Starring: Sam Worthington, Elizabeth Banks, Jamie Bell, Ed Harris, Anthony Mackie, Edward Burns, Genesis Rodriguez
The movie opens with a simple enough premise. Jay Walker (Avatar’s Sam Worthington) checks in to a New York hotel and is shown to his room on the 21st floor. He orders a meal and then after eating, writes down a note on a pad, opens the window and climbs out onto the ledge. We’re then shown through flashback that Jay is in fact Nick Cassidy, an ex-cop and escaped prisoner who was imprisoned for stealing a huge diamond, and who is on the run after escaping at his father’s funeral the day before. Read the rest of this entry
On this weeks show we will be reviewing cinema releases that include Sci-Fi action drama Chronicle, Sam Worthington is a Man on a Ledge, Elizabeth Olsen makes her acting debut in drama/horror Martha Marcy May Marlene, Jodie Foster and John C Reilly have a argument with another couple in Carnage and Adam Sandler plays both Jack and Jill in comedy film Jack and Jill. In the Blu-Ray/DVD part of the show we will be reviewing RomCom Friends With Benefits, another 80’s remake in the form of Footloose, romantic drama One Day, nerving British thriller Tyrannosaur and Woody Allen latest film Midnight in Paris, if that’s not enough we also have the latest movie news and hopefully both UK and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10.
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3 new films graced the top 10 this weeks first off going in at number 4 was animated film A Monster in Paris 3D, then we have The Grey which hit the number 3 spot and finally going in at a surprising number 2 spot is The Descendants.
10 – Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol – £529.462 – £17.536.984
9 – The Sitter – £554.568 – £1.967.227
8 – The Iron Lady – £567.397 – £8.405.809
7 – Underworld Awakening 3D – £627.846 – £2.382.349
6 – Sherlock Holmes a Game of Shadows – £655.144 – £25.663.306
5 – The Artist – £704.348 – £4.476.081
4 – A Monster in Paris – (NE) – £1.043.531
3 – The Grey – (NE) – £1.094.338
2 – The Descendants – (NE) – £1.797.939
1 – War Horse – £2.081.490 – £13.418.627
New Releases – It’s a bit release for movies this week so a lot of films will be trying to smash there way into the top 10 next week.
First off the Rock stars in Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Adam Sandler pops up twice as Jack and Jill in Jack and Jill, 4 actors battle it out in Carnage, Elizabeth Olsen makes her acting debut in Martha Marcy May Marlene, Sam Worthington is stuck as A Man on a Ledge and finally the film that is making everybody look up is Chronicle.
This weeks show is now available to listen to, this week we have cinema reviews of the fourth Underworld film Underworld Awakening, Jonah Hill in slacker comedy The Sitter and Steven Soderbergh’s latest all star thriller in Haywire. On Blu-Ray/DVD we take a look at comedy The Change Up with Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, The Debt with Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington, the latest comedy from the director of Zombieland, 30 Minutes or Less, Kevin Smiths penultimate film Red State, the third in the Hostel series Hostel 3, Lars Von Trier very depressing drama Melancholia and finally Shark Night from the director of Final Destination. On top of all of that we take a look at the latest movie news and go over the Box Office and the Blu-Ray/DVD top 10, plus our DVD catch-up of the week is Powder.
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On this weeks very packed show we will be reviewing cinema releases including the 4th in the Underworld series Underworld Awakening, slacker comedy starring Jonah Hill The Sitter and Steven Soderbergh’s latest all star action thriller Haywire. On the DVD/Blu-Ray side we will be reviewing comedy The Change Up starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, thriller The Debt starring Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington, comedy from the director of Zombieland and starring Jessie Eisenberg 30 Minutes or Less, Kevin Smiths second final film Red State, the third in the Hostel series Hostel 3, Lars Von Triers Melancholia and finally shark horror Shark Night 3D, plus we take a look at the lastes movie news and go over both UK box office top 10 and the DVD/Blu-Ray top 10.
Join us live from 7:30pm (UK time) on Monday 23rd January via the Spreaker site or you can listen live via the Spreaker app on both Apples app store or the Android marketplace, just search for the Monday Movie Show in the app.
Perseus embarks on a treacherous quest into the underworld to rescue Zeus, who has been targeted for capture by his traitorous son, Ares, and his brother, Hades.
First Impression: To say the first one was a bad movie is doing it justice i thought it was terrible so i have very little confidence on how well this going to turn out, it might be good but the trailer to me doesn’t look that special.
Reviews of the latest cinema releases with Helen Mirren, Tom Wilkinson and Sam Worthington in The Debt, Director Kevin Smith’s latest movie Red State, Taylor Lautner in Abduction, Kirsten Dunst in Lars von Trier’s Melancholia as well as horror movies The Woman and Red White and Blue.
We also have reviews of DVD releases Stake Land, Street Kings 2: Motor City and Bang Bang Club, as well as our usual look at the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu Ray top 10’s, your second chance to enter our competition to win a DVD, and our catch up recommendation which will have more than one title this week! Join us live Monday from 7:30pm via our spreaker site.