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Monday Movie Show Catch Up (15/10/12)

Catch up with this week’s show where in the cinema section we review the new children’s animated horror comedy starring the voices of Adam Sandler and Steve Buscemi, Hotel Transylvania, witness protection comedy both written by and starring Dax Sheperd, Hit and Run and violent british drug thriller Pusher.  On our very packed Blu-ray/DVD show Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson return for action follow up Wrath of the Titans, Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore star in teen drama LOL, Johnny Depp teams up with Tim Burton once again in Dark Shadows, more animation with Top Cat: the Movie, horror flick Rosewood Lane, romantic comedy in Think Like a Man and a double bill of found footage horror with Apartment 143 and Paranormal Entity 4, plus the latest movie news, UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10’s.

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Coming up this week (15/10/12)

Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we review children s animated film with a horror feel, Hotel Transylvania, comedy film written and starring Dax Sheperd, Hit and Run and violent thriller Pusher.  On our very packed Blu-ray/DVD show we take a look at insane action film Wrath of the Titans, comedy film starring Miley Cyrus in LOL, Johnny Depp teams up with Tim Burton again in Dark Shadows, animated film Top Cat: the Movie, horror film Rosewood Lane, comedy film Think Like a Man and a double bill of found footage horror with Apartment 143 and Paranormal Entity 4, plus as usual our look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10′s.

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UK Box Office Top 10

Ships are taking over this weeks top 10 however Titanic which had the top[ spot last week has given way to another film that not only features huge ships but probably the most special effects ever featured in a movie.

Only 2 new films were in this weeks top 10, going in at number 3 is the brilliant horror/comedy film from the pen of Joss Whedon and making his directorial debut Drew Goddard, The Cabin in the Woods, however it was Battleship Peter Berg’s big screen version of the classic board game that was not only the highest new entry but wnet straight into the number 1 spot taking nearly £4 million.

10 – Streetdance 2 – £220.087 – £2.872.153

9 – Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – £273.338 – £18.518.872

8 – Wrath of the Titans – £495.768 – £7.197.617

7 – 21 Jump Street – £528.122 – £8.751.816

6 – Mirror Mirror – £913.134 – £5.194.454

5 – Pirates in an Adventure with Scientists – £1.477.517 – £12.840.803

4 – The Hunger Games – £1.494.174 – £19.419.136

3 – The Cabin in the Woods – (NE) – £1.601.161

2 – Titanic 3D – £1.809.737 – £8005.203

1 – Battleship – (NE) – £3.763.348

New Releases – There are a lot of new films out this week however none of them are very big films, first off is comedy film Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, then we have thriller film Gone starring Amanda Seyfried, action/thriller Lockout with a beefed up Guy Pearce and a duo of horror films in the form of Grave Encounters and Xavier Gen’s The Divide.

US Box Office Top 10 – 13-15/04

Despite stiff competition from 2 new entries this week the Hunger Games can still not be moved from the top of the chart.

3 new films graced the top 10, first off going in at a low number 9 was sci-fi/action thriller Lockout, doing better but should of gone straight into the number 1 spot was the brilliant The Cabin in the Woods however it was comedy The Three Stooges that was this weeks highest new entry going in at number 2.

10 – Dr Seuss’ The Lorax – $3.020.000 – $204.483.000

9 – Lockout – (NE) – $6.250.000

8 – 21 Jump Street – $6.800.000 – $120.565.000

7 – Wrath of the Titans – $6.905.000 – $71.251.000

6 – Mirror Mirror – $7.000.000 – $49.468.000

5 – American Reunion – $10.700.000 – $39.900.000

4 – Titanic 3D – $11.625.000 – $44.419.000

3 – The Cabin in the Woods – (NE) – $14.850.000

2 – The Three Stooges – (NE) – $17.100.000

1 – The Hunger Games – $21.500.000 – $337.070.000

New Releases – There is very little of note out this week however if you want to go and see something new then the only film of note out this weeks is romantic drama starring Zac Efron, The Lucky One.

UK Box Office Top 10

A bit of a disaster has hit this weeks top 10 with the Hunger Games no longer holding on to the top spot thanks to one of this weeks new entries making it hit a cinematic iceberg.

4 new films graced this weeks top 10, first off going in at number 10 was Bollywood film Housefull 2, hitting the number 7 spot was The Cold Light of Day featuring the new Superman Henry Cavill, doing better but that’s down to it being out for 5 days longer than the rest of the new entries was Tarsem Singhs version of Snow White in the form of Mirror Mirror however the highest new entry went to Titanic 3D which throws us into the dark days of cinema by hitting the number 1 spot.

10 – Housefull 2 – (NE) – £396.475

9 – Streetdance 2 – £424.833 – £1.953.260

8 – Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – £451.307 – £17..737.576

7 – The Cold Light of Day  – (NE)  – £503.985

6 – 21 Jump Street – £845.869 – £7.331.740

5 – Wrath of the Titans – £1.368.131 – £5.351.400

4 – Pirates in An Adventure with Scientists – £2.166.162 – £7.716.061

3 – Mirror Mirror – (NE) – £2.389.033

2 – The Hunger Games – £2.394.782 – £15.168.889

1 – Titanic 3D – (NE) – £2.856.540

New Releases – There are only 2 big releases out this week however there is also 1 small one of note, first off the small one in the form of Blackthorn which tells the story of Butch Cassidy and the fact that he didn’t get killed, next up is huge explosive blockbuster in the vein of Transformers about aliens taking over the world (again) in Battleship however for me it’s The Cabin in the Woods that’s the biggest release of the week from the pen of Joss Wheadon and making his directorial debut Drew Goddard who penned the script to the really good Cloverfield.

US Box Office Top 10 – 06-08/04

Nothing seems to be able to knock the Hunger Games off the top spot despite one of this weeks new entries giving it a good go.

2 new films graced the top 10 this week, first off going in at number 3 is the re-release of Titanic in 3D however it was the 4th entry for Jim, Stifler and friends in American Reunion that was the highest new entry hitting the numebr 2 spot.

10 – Safe House – $581.000 – $124.751.000

9 – John Carter – $820.000 – $67.973.000

8 – Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – $975.000 – $4.639.000

7 – Dr. Seuss. The Lorax – $5.000.000 – $198.200.000

6 – 21 Jump Street – $10.200.000 – $109.577.000

5 – Mirror Mirror – $11.000.000 – $36.473.000

4 – Wrath of the Titans – $15.010.000 – $58.899.000

3 – Titanic 3D – (NE) – $17.650.000

2 – American Reunion – (NE) – $21.500.000

1 – The Hunger Games – $33.500.000 – $302.839.000

New Releases – 3 new films are out this week including one of my most anticipated releases of the year, first off there is action thriller Lockout starring Guy Peace, secondly is the comedy film that nobody wanted The Three Stooges and finally horror thriller film written by Joss Wheadon The Cabin in the Woods.

Monday Movie Show Catch Up (2/4/12)

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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US Box Office Top 10 – Mar 30-Apr1

Nothing could move the Hunger Games off the top spot despite one of this weeks 2 new entries giving it a try but ultimately failing.

As said above there were only 2 new entries in this weeks top 10, first off going in at number 3 was Tarsem Singh’s version of Snow White in Mirror Mirror however it was those titans that was back for a second helping this time in the form of Wrath of the Titans.

10 – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – $835.000 – $98.480.000

9 – A Thousand Words – $915.000 – $16.520.000

8 – Act of Valor – $1.006.000 – $67.750.000

7 – Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – $1.274.000 – $3.171.000

6 – John Carter – $2.005.000 – $66.210.000

5 – Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – $8.000.000 – $189.600.000

4 – 21 Jump Street – $15.000.000 – $93.100.000

3 – Mirror Mirror – (NE) – $19.000.000

2 – Wrath of the Titans – (NE) – $34.200.000

1 – The Hunger Games – $61.100.000 – $251.033.000

New Releases – 2 new films will be trying to get into next weeks top 10 however one of them is a re-release in 3D, first off is the re-release in the form of Titanic 3D and if this does well i’m going to scream however it’s the 4th cinema release in the series of American Pie films in the form of American Reunion that’s the biggest release of the week.

Coming up on this weeks show – 02/04/12

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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UK Box Office Top 10

Despite it getting really bad reviews The Devil Inside went straight into the number 1 spot last week however it couldn’t hold on to that position for more than a week with the years first big film knocking it off the top spot.

2 new films graced the top 10 this week, first off going in at number 8 and splitting a lot of people was Act of Valor however it was the biggets film of the year so far that went straight into the top spot and it deserved it, The Hunger Games.

10 – The Muppets – £168.381 – £16.061.283

9 – The Woman in Black – £214.401 – £20.932.300

8 – Act of Valor – (NE) – £262.935

7 – John Carter – £297.762 – £4.504.680

6 – Contraband – £315.666 – £1.485.985

5 – We Bought a Zoo – £408.821 – £1.625.015

4 – The Devil Inside – £643.036 – £3.523.729

3 – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – £747.122 – £15.674.349

2 – 21 Jump Street – £1.184.044 – £3.947.933

1 – The Hunger Games – (NE) – £4.900.177

New Releases – 2 big new films are gracing your multiplex this week, first off Aardman going back to claymation with Pirates in an Adventure with Scientists and the 2nd and biggest release of the week is the follow up to the awful Clash of the Titans in Wrath of the Titans.