UK Weekly Top 10 Movies!
Week ending 4th November 2012
Hello there cinema goers! The number 1 this week has not changed from last week. It is of course Skyfall. The film is amazing and nods towards other Bond films and is a perfect tribute for the 50th Anniversary. So let us see how the rest of the chart is doing!
1. Skyfall, £16,107,687: Total: £53,440,685
2. Madagascar 3: Europe¹s Most Wanted, £2,863,112: Total: £17,619,560
3. Silent Hill: Revelation, £1,043,068 (new)
4. Hotel Transylvania, £810,821: Total: £6,833,768
5. Taken 2, £688,148: Total: £22,275,928
6. Fun Size, £410,028 (new)
7. Paranormal Activity 4, £401,478: Total: £5,487,985
8. Rust and Bone, £252,099 (new)
9. Frankenweenie, £234,465: Total: £2,115,073
10. Sinister, £180,783: Total: £6,346,639
At number 2 we have Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted sitting strongly for the tail end of the school half-term. We have a new entry for number 3, a sequel to a 2006 film, Silent Hill. This time around we have Silent Hill: Revelation. Showing in 3D in some cinemas. The film stars Sean Bean again and picks up the story some years on from the original film and strange forces from Silent Hill are pulling our heroes back. Father and daughter are up against evil forces. Number 4 sees Hotel Transylvania staying strong in the chart. It does look like a sweet and funny film and was perfect for Halloween viewing. Taken 2 is at number 5. The film is still keeping audiences entertained with Liam Neeson’s performance of a guy protecting his family. Number 6 sees a new entry with Fun Size, a comedy about a high school girl looking forward to a Halloween party but is stuck babysitting her younger brother. Problems occur when her brother is lost amongst the trick or treaters and with her best friend and two high school nerds helping her find him before her parents find out! Number 7 sees Paranormal Activity 4 still in the chart for Halloween. I went to see the film and I enjoyed it. There were a few new scares that hadn’t been done in the other three Paranormal Activity films. Rust and Bone is at number 8. A French film starring Marion Cotillard as a killer whale trainer who has a terrible accident. Her brother comes to stay and the sibling bond becomes stronger. Frankenweenie is still hanging in the chart at number 9. Closing the chart this week at number 10 is Sinister, still around for Halloween scares! It is worth a watch!
I hope there is something for everyone in this chart this week. That is your top ten films for this week. Until next time happy cinema viewing!
(Source: The Guardian Online)