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Friday No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


1995
 91 minutes (1 hours 31 minutes)
UK release date Released: 30th June 1995  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
US release date Released: 26th April 1995  |  MPAA Age Rating:  Friday R age rating 
Friday

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Starring

Actor
Character
Ice Cube
Craig Jones
Nia Long
Debbie
Tommy Tiny Lister
Deebo
John Witherspoon
Mr. Jones
Anna Maria Horsford
Mrs. Jones
Dana Jones
Paula Jai Parker
Joi
Faizon Love
Big Worm
DJ Pooh
Red
Angela Means
Felisha
Vickilyn Reynolds
Joann
Ronn Riser
Stanley
Kathleen Bradley
Mrs. Parker
Tony Cox
Mr. Parker
Anthony Johnson
Ezal
Demetrius Navarro
Hector
Jason Bose Smith
Lil Chris
Pastor Clever
Justin Revoner
Kid #1
Meagan Good
Kid #2
LaWanda Page
Old Lady
Terri J. Vaughn
China
F. Gary Gray
Black Man at Store
Yvette Wilson
Rita
WC
Shooter
Reynaldo Rey
Red's Father
Michael Clarke Duncan
Craps Player
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£458,379
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Friday
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
6N
£274,676
£274,676
8
£109,870
£384,546
11
£43,948
£428,494
14
£17,579
£446,073
15
£8,790
£454,863
Other Box Office History
4 August 1995
£3,516
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274.7K
109.9K

30th Jun
1995

7th Jul
1995

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Liam Neeson takes over from Robert De Niro this weekend in Honest Thief which makes a very strong (in the current climate) debut at the top and pushing The War With Grandpa down to number 2.

With last weeks top film falling to number 2 there are a couple of catalogue movies in the lower end of the top 5, expected due to the lack of blockbuster movies getting released.

2 hearts

Further down the chart there are a few new movies, 2 Hearts is new at number 6, Love And Monsters makes its debut at number 9 and The Kid Detective one below at number 10.

Here is this weeks US box office Quickview.

  • Number 1 - Honest Thief (1st Week)
  • Highest debut - Honest Thief (@1)
  • Longest run - Unhinged (10 weeks)
  • Highest total gross (excluding re-releases) - Tenet ($50,600,000)

Here is the breakdown of this weeks US top 5 movies 16th - 18th October 2020.

Honest Thief

Liam Neeson returns to the revenge action genre with this movie directed by Mark Williams which makes its North American debut at the top with $4.2 Million (including previews), $3.7 Million Friday - Sunday.

This is not a bad debut in the current COVID-19 climate and is among the top debuts since cinemas started to reopened.

The War With Grandpa

Falling to number 2 after a single week at the top is the Tim Hill directed comedy starring Robert De Niro which this weekend taked $2.5 Million, falling 31% from last weekend.

This gives the movie a total US gross of $7.2 Millon after 10 days of release.

Tenet

Seven weeks on and Christopher Nolan's movie falls to number 3 with $1.6 Million which is a 24% drop from last weekend.

The movie has now taken $50 Million in the US the highest total grossing on the box office this week.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas

First released in 1994 the Henry Selick directed movie, presented by Tim Burton of course, gets a re-release and takes a very impressive $1.3 million on its first weekend as it enters at number 4.

The movie has taken $76.4 Million since it was first released 26 years ago.

Hocus Pocus

Another Halloween favourite on its 3rd weekend of a re-release takes $756K, a 35% drop from last weekend.

The movie has now taken $3.8 Million on its re-run and $43.3 Million since first released in 1993.

Tenet spends a 7th weekend at the top of the UK box office, the longest for 20 years when Toy Story 2 and Gladiator both spent 7 weeks at the top in 2000.

This is unprecedented times but still it is note worthy that a movie can spend that much time at the top although it is with little competition, although After We Collided came close as did Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite! and this weeks top movie Saint Maud.

There are a number of new movies released this Friday and the bets are on that it could be the last weekend for Tenet, or just maybe the top new release this week might make the jump.

What is a worrying trend is the total top 15 this weekend is nearly a million pound down from last, meaning people are either still unsure of returning to cinemas, or they is nothing to draw them back!

Here is the this week UK box office Quickview (not including catalogue re-releases).

  • Number 1 - Tenet (7 Weeks)
  • Highest debut - Saint Maud (@2)
  • Longest run - Onward (18 weeks)
  • Highest total gross - Tenet (£16,563,616)

Here is a rundown of the top 5 movies 9th - 11th October 2020.

Tenet

Seven weeks in and Christopher Nolans 'saviour' is still at the top of the UK box office and this week takes £296K.

This gives the movie a total UK gross of £16.5 Million after 7 weeks of release and it is now the 5 highest grossing movie of 2020 or third highest movie released in 2020.

This weekends total of 53% down from last weekend which is one of the movies biggest drops week on week.

Saint Maud

Saint Maud

Highest new movie of the weekend lands at number 2 in the shape of director Rose Glass's horror movie which despite landing at 2 takes £263.4K in a ever decreasing market.

The movie has been well reviews with even a hint of Oscar nods so we could see this have a long chart life and it still has a chance to hit the top.

Akira

The 1988 movie that kicked off the manga obsession in the West gets a re-release and re-enters the box office at number 3 with £201.1K.

After We Collided

Falling to number 4 this week is the Roger Kumble directed movie that has given Tenet a run for its money in recent weeks and takes £194.2K this weekend, down 50% from last weekend.

The movie has taken a very respectable £3.5 Million in the UK since release 6 weeks ago.

Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite!

Last weeks top new movie falls to 5 this weekend with £184.3K, down 60% from last weekend giving the movie a second week total of £715.2K.

This weekend, Friday 9th October 2020, there are 3 new films released in the UK and where available looking to hit the box office, but can they challenge last weekends top movie, Tenet, for the number 1 spot after 6 weeks?

Saint Maud

  • The movie is from director Rose Glass
  • It is their directorial debut.
  • It stars Morfydd Clark who last starred in Eternal Beauty (2020).
  • The film also stars Jennifer Ehle who last appeared in Vox Lux (2019).

Kajillionaire

Kajillionaire
  • This new release stars Evan Rachel Wood who's last film was Be Natural: The Untold Story Of Alice Guy Blache (2020)
  • It also stars Gina Rodriguez who appeared in Scoob! (2020).
  • The film is brought to us by 3 time director Miranda July.

I Am Woman

  • The movie is directed by Unjoo Moon and is their directorial debut.
  • It stars Tilda Cobham-Hervey and Danielle Macdonald.

Check back on Monday to see what new movies made it onto the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next weeks there are 2 new movies

  • The War With Grandpa, Friday, 16th October
  • I Am Greta, Friday, 16th October

The US box office is still limping along with drive-in movie theatres making up most of the box office figures as cinemas continue to struggle to re-open in light of the continued threat of COVID-19

This week The Rental remains at the top and older catalogue titles still continue to dominate the top 5 movies.

Here are the top 5 movies in America 31st July - 2 August 2020.

The Rental

The Dave Franco directed horror movie spends another weekend at the top of the US box office with a gross of $317K over the Friday to Sunday frame.

The movie has now taken just under a million with $916K and will most likely be the third film under the cinema closures to cross the million mark.

The Goonies

The 1983 classic spends a 6th weekend on rerelease on the box office, this weekend its sits at number 2 with a gross of $150K pushing the movies total to $62.7 Million since release.

Jurassic Park

Steven Spielberg's evergreen classic spends its 7th weekend on the box office under release, this weekend at number 3 it takes $117K pushing its total since release to $403.6 Million.

Back To The Future

The ever popular time travel movie starring Michael J. Fox is at number 4 with a weekend gross of $107K wihch takes its total gross since release to $211.2 Million.

The Big Ugly

Staying at number 5 this week is director Scott Wiper's gangster movie starring Vinnie Jones which takes $105K for a $332.3K total after 2 weeks.

Following a trend set by Universal with The Invisible Man and Warner Bros. with Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn), Bloodshot starring Vin Diesel will get a release on digital March 24th, next Tuesday!

The Invisible man

Coupled with bad reviews and not so good word of mouth the movie which was released at the box office last Friday (March 13th) the film will have one of the shortest windows of a major blockbuster.

The self isolation and lockdowns of the world during this unprecedented time of the coronavirus pandemic is setting new standards of box office to home entertainment window.

For big blockbusters the window has always been 3 - 6 months, unlike the 80's and 90's when the window from box office to VHS could be a year or more.

We live in a time now when people have much better home entertainment systems, as opposed to a 14 inch low quality TV with a mono speaker attached and the best way to see a film was at the cinema.

It will be interesting to see if this 'experiment' sets a standard or its just a temporary measure while the world deals with the viral outbreak.