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13th June 2020
As movie theatres remain closed the home video and streaming charts remain the only was to consume movies and this week Bad Boys For Life falls hard from the top as Dolittle makes its debut on pole position.
Here is a deeper look at the top 5 movies on home entertainment this week.
The Robert Downey Jr. starring vehicle was met with a lot of criticism on release in early February but the movie turned into a sizeable hit at the Uk box office landing at number 1 on its debut with £5 Million.
It did fall to number 3 on its second weekend but during half-term it rebounded to number 2 and became a box office hit taking £15.8 Million over 6 weeks and only stopped its run because of the cinema closures.
Pixars latest hit may have had a shortened run but it is doing well in the home and this weeks rebounds back to number 2 on its 5th week.
The smash hit war movie which is the biggest box office film of the year so far falls to number 3 on its 5th weekend of release.
The Oscar winning movie from director Bong Joon Ho became the highest grossing foreign language film in the UK during its 7 week box office run.
The film was released early February in the UK and landed at number 4 on the box office with £1.4 Million on its way to £12 Million.
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence fall to number 5 this week from the top spot on their 4th week of release.
Starring Kristen Stewart Underwater is set in a deep sea mining rig that get attacked by some unknown creatures when the rig digs beeper that ever before.
The film has not got great reviews so far and is one of the lowest rated films of the early part of 2020, but the William Eubank directed film will probably get a cult following, for being so bad!
The film has been given is 15 age rating for strong threat, bloody images and has a runtime of 94 minutes (1 hour and 34 minutes), it was passed uncut.
With a release date of 7th February 2020 we have a little time to wait.
6th July 2018
Starring Jason Statham The Meg is released in the UK on 10th August 2018.
The BBFC have given the film a 12a rating for moderate threat, occasional bloody moments, action violence.
Based around an underwater community and a big old shark expect a few scares and Statham punching the odd shark or 2.
THE MEG (12A) moderate threat, occasional bloody moments, action violence https://t.co/e9mm06Isrz— BBFC (@BBFC) July 5, 2018