Week ending 3rd February 2013
Hello there! Yet again this week the top spot goes to Les Miserables. The musical is amazing! It is guaranteed to make even the hardnosed person cry with emotion! Let us see what the rest of the chart has in store!
1. Les Misérables, £2,785,143: Total: £30,137,493
2. Django Unchained, £1,696,391: Total: £10,308,028
3. Flight, £1,401,214 (New)
4. Lincoln, £1,377,588: Total: £4,239,010
5. Life of Pi, £848,579: Total: £27,308,038
6. The Impossible, £758,024: Total: £12,052,177
7. Zero Dark Thirty, £655,689: Total: £2,355,578
8. Monsters, Inc 3D, £485,160: Total: £2,197,372
9. Bullet to the Head, £429,317 (New)
10. Movie 43, £396,833: Total: £1,581,864
At number 2 is Django Unchained. I went to see this film last week. It was an amazing film. It was quite violent and not for the faint hearted. I do recommend you check it out. At number 3 is a new entry with Flight. Starring Denzel Washington as a Commercial Pilot who lands his plane after technical problems. Investigations in the crash bring up other issues. This film is a human interest story. At number 4 is Lincoln. The film is nominated for many awards. Go watch this if you want to watch a historical film. Number 5 sees Life of Pi still hanging in the chart. It is a wonderful film. The Impossible is at number 6. In places the film is uncomfortable to watch. At number 7 is Zero Dark Thirty. It is a long film and contains a lot of scenes of torture. At number 8 is Monsters, Inc 3D. A lot of people are thinking this is the sequel to the first one, when in fact it is the first film re-released in 3D. Number 9 sees a new entry with Bullet to the Head. Starring Sylvester Stallone as a hitman who tries to get retribution for the death of his partner. At number 10 is Movie 43. From the audience who are coming out of watching this film there are no words to describe it. Apparently a really bad film!
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)