This week’s episode of The Monday Movie Show is now available, a day early as we moved it to Sunday this week just to be nice! Catch up as we review Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Muppets Most Wanted, The Legend of Hercules, The Borderlands, Frozen, Homefront, The Family, Carrie, Parkland, Dom Hemmingway and Hatchet 3 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.
Coming up on this weeks very packed show, in the cinema section we take a look at Chris Evans donning the captain suit again in Captain America The Winter Soldier, the muppets are back on the big screen with Muppets Most Wanted, Kellan Lutz plays Hercules in The Legend of Hercules and small British Horror with The Borderlands. On Blu-Ray/DVD we take a look at magical Disney animation pleasure with Frozen, Jason Statham stars in thriller Homefront, De Niro has to cope with his destructive family with The Family, Chloe Grace Moretz stars in horror remake Carrie, Zac Effron stars in drama Parkland, Jude Law plays Dom Hemmingway in thriller comedy of the same name and Victor Crowly returns for a third time in Hatchet 3, 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 Sunday 30th March at 8:30/9:00pm (we can’t decide) (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 (hopefully coming back soon), Spreaker or you can now find us on Youtube, just search for the Monday Movie Show.
*line up is subject to change.
Well it looks like nobody was tough enough to knock The Hunger Games Catching Fire off the top spot as it spends it’s second week at the top of the chart.
Three new films went into this weeks top 10, firstly going in at a lower than expect number five was horror remake Carrie, hitting the number four spot and also not doing as well as expected was the story of the creation of Mary Poppins with Saving Mr Banks. This weeks highest new entry and the new number three went to animated feature Free Birds.
New Releases – A couple of new films to sink your teeth into this week. The biggest release of the week has to be animated film Frozen, this is the latest animated film from Disney and it has been getting rave reviews. Other new films on offer this week is violent thriller remake Oldboy, action thriller Homefront from director Slyvester Stallone and thriller Getaway which has become the lowest rated movie of the year.
10. The Family – £188,835 – £928,487
9. Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs 2 – £211,562 – £12,095,055
8. Philomena – £289,860 – £9,788,671
7. Thor: the Dark World -£423,374 – £19,220,530
6. The Butler – £431,666 – £2,929,213
5. Carrie – (NE) – £662,625
4. Saving Mr Banks – (NE) – £795,615
3. Free Birds – (NE) – £1,044,074
2. Gravity – £1,741,279 – £22,522,241
1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – £5,525,476 – £21,711,143
Well Gravity couldn’t hold on to the top spot this week as it had huge competition from not only a few new films but also from a couple of special events.
Four new entries in this weeks top 10, two of them films and two of them special events. Firstly going in at number nine was Andre Rieu: Home for Christmas 2013, this is the first time that Rieu has managed to enter the chart and it’s extra special as it’s rare to see a classical music concert in the top 10.
The first new film to enter this weeks chart went to the Robert De Niro gangster comedy the Family which went in at number eight. Into the top three and the doctor has made his first ever appearance in the top 10 with his 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor which was shown on 440 screens and nearly made £2 million.
This weeks highest new entry thought went to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire which stormed it’s way into the number one slot by taking more than £12 million making it the third highest grossing début film of the year.
New Releases – You have a couple of films too choose from this week however nothing that should make a huge challenge on next weeks chart, so if your after something new then you have horror remake Carrie, animated comedy Free Birds and the life of Mary Poppins with Saving Mr Banks.
10. Turbo – £254,821 – £11,217,779
9. Andre Rieu: Home For Christmas 2013 – (NE) – £290,173
8. The Family – (NE) – £444,659
7. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 – £474,178 – £11,547,869
6. Philomena – £541,068 – £8,868,711
5. The Butler – £613,877 – £2,032,072
4. Thor: The Dark World – £722,811 – £18,456,032
3. Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor – (NE) – £1,798,629
2. Gravity – £2,389,193 – £19,444,886
1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – (NE) – £12,189,733
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we take a look at the return of Katniss Everdeen and Petta Mellark in The Hunger Games Catching Fire and Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer team up for the first time in action comedy The Family. On Blu-Ray/DVD the minions return with Gru in hand in Despicable me 2, Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy star in buddy cop comedy The Heat, the gang lead by Bruce Willis returns in Red 2 and Simon Pegg along with Nick Frost star in the third and final part of the cornetto trilogy in The Worlds End, 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 25th November at 6:30pm (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 (hopefully coming back soon), Spreaker or you can now find us on Youtube, just search for the Monday Movie Show.
Well not much has changed at the top of the chart this week despite there being 16 new films out, Gravity managed to hold off all competition to remain the leader at the top of the chart.
Three new films went into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number 10 was Bollywood film Goliyon Ki Raasleeia Ram-Leela, hitting the number spot was Lee Daniels The Butler. This weeks highest new entry went to Ridley Scotts new film The Counselor which managed to hit the number five spot.
A few films absent from the chart were Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial/written debut Don Jon which could only manage number 11 and Dom Hemmingway the latest film starring Jude Law which only managed the number 13 spot.
New Releases – A couple of new films are on offer this week, first up is the second chapter in the Hunger Games series with Hunger Games Catching Fire, comedy thriller The Family, thriller drama Parkland and British thriller Vendetta.
10. Goliyon Ki Raasleeia Ram-Leela – (NE) – £348,574
9. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – £382,236 – £6,062,854
8. Turbo – £429,116 – £10,932,902
7. Captain Phillips – £682,571 – £14,671,703
6. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 – £740,029 – £11,003,009
5. The Butler – (NE) – £794,044
4. The Counselor – (NE) – £815,051
3. Philomena – £1,006,356 – £7,298,426
2. Thor: The Dark World – £1,782,854 – £17,088,066
1. Gravity – £4,838,152 – £14,711,488
Insidious chapter 2 could only manage to hold on to the top spot for one week as it has given way to one of this weeks new films.
Three new films went into this weeks chart, first off going in at number nine was the 3D/Imax re-release of The Wizard of OZ, hitting the number five spot was dance drama Battle of the Year. This weeks highest new entry and the new number one went to drama thriller Prisoners.
New Releases – a couple of new films are aiming to make a mark on next weeks top 10, so if you want too see a new film then you have animated comedy sequel Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, comedy Don Jon and romantic comedy Baggage Claim.
10. Planes – $2,861,000 – $86,543,000
9. The Wizard of OZ (3D/Imax) – (NE) – $3,022,000
8. Riddick – $3,672,000 – $37,180,000
7. Lee Daniels’ The Butler – $4,304,000 – $106,452,000
6. We’re the Millers – $4,670,000 – $138,176,000
5. Battle of the Year – (NE) – $5,000,000
4. Instructions not Included – $5,700,000 – $34,262,000
3. The Family – $7,000,000 – $25,641,000
2. Insidious Chapter 2 – $14,500,000 – $60,855,000
1. Prisoners – (NE) – $21,430,000
Well Riddick wasn’t strong enough to hold on to the top spot for more than one week as one of this weeks new entries has gone and beaten it too a pulp.
Only two new films went into this weeks top 10, firstly going in at number two was drama movie The Family. This weeks highest new entry and taking an insane amount of money is Insidious Chapter 2, the film has managed to take nearly 10 times the amount of it’s budget and it keeps Jason Blums production company there 100% record.
New Releases – Again only two new films are out this week, on offer is dance drama Battle of the Year and action thriller Prisoners.
10. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters – $1,825,000 – $62,035,000
9. Elysium – $2,050,000 – $88,388,000
8. One Direction: This is Us – $2,400,000 – $26,887,000
7. Planes – $3,066,000 – $82,984,000
6. Instructions not Included – $4,250,000 – $26,581,000
5. We’re the Millers – $5,415,000 – $131,602,000
4. Lee Daniels’ The Butler – $5,582,000 – $131,602,000
3. Riddick – $7,013,000 – $31,280,000
2. The Family – (NE) – $14,500,000
1. Insidious Chapter 2 – (NE) – $41,050,000
Well it looks like the US isn’t that much of a fan of One Direction as it has been knocked off the top spot after just one week, it now has found a home at number six and looks set to head out of the chart quickly.
Only one new film entered this weeks top 10 and it went straight into the number one spot, the movie in question is Riddick.
New releases – only two new films are battling for your money this week, so if you want to watch something new at the cinema this week then you have action comedy The Family and horror sequel Insdious Chapter 2.
10. The Worlds End – $2,302,000 – $21,737,000
9. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters – $2,500,000 – $59,848,000
8. Blue Jasmine – $2,688,000 – $25,449,000
7. Elysium – $3,100,000 – $85,077,000
6. One Direction: This is Us – $4,100,000 – $23,991,000
5. Planes – $4,274,000 – $79,279,000
4. We’re the Millers – $7,925,000 – $123,844,000
3. Instructions not Included – $8,100,000 – $20,312,000
2. Lee Daniels’ The Butler – $8,900,000 -$91,901,000
1. Riddick – (NE) – $18,673,000