I am back with the Film Chart. There have been a couple of new releases but Brave is still number one. Ted is sitting comfortably at number 2.
1. Brave, £2,371,691: Total: £13,259,610
2. Ted, £1,692,883: Total: £25,620,707
3. The Bourne Legacy, £1,596,289: Total: £7,828,435
4. The Dark Knight Rises, £1,378,717: Total: £52,534,102
5. Keith Lemon: The Film, £1,196,310 (New)
6. The Expendables 2, £1,028,904: Total: £4,316,173
7. The Three Stooges, £509,324 (New)
8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, £424,206: Total: £6,217,366
9. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, £331,851: Total: £28,381,351
10. The Imposter, £252,170 (New)
The Bourne Legacy is in third place. The Dark Knight Rises sits at number 4 and is still strong in the chart. I don’t think this film will be leaving the Top Ten for awhile yet. Number 5 sees a new entry with Keith Lemon: The Film. This has surprised me as reports are people have been walking out before the end saying how terrible the film was. I think we may see a sudden dip for this film in next week’s chart. The Expendables 2 is comfortably making money. The Three Stooges is a slapstick comedy for the family, a reinventing of a comedy act from decades gone by. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days and Ice Age 4 stay in the top ten as the school holidays near the end. The Imposter is a documentary about a 16 year old boy from Texas who went missing, appears three years later in Spain. Is he really the missing boy? I believe this film has been an unexpected hit and has appeared at many film festivals this year.
Until next time, enjoy your film watching