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Highest chart position: 4
Weeks on box office: 4
15th January 2015
And heres the full list
35th Annual Golden Raspberry (RAZZIE®) Awards
WORST PICTUREKirk Camerons Saving Christmas
WORST ACTORNicolas Cage / Left Behind
WORST ACTRESSDrew Barrymore / Blended
THE RAZZIE REDEEMER AWARD (New Category!)Ben Affleck (From RAZZIE “Winner” for Gigli to Oscar Darling for Argo and Gone Girl)
WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSCameron Diaz / Annie
WORST SUPPORTING ACTORMel Gibson/ Expendables 3
WORST DIRECTORMichael Bay / Transformers: Age of Extinction
WORST SCREEN COMBOAny Two Robots, Actors (or Robotic Actors) Trannies #4
WORST SCREENPLAYKirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, Written by Darren Doane and Cheston Hervey
WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF OR SEQUELAnnie
©2015, The Golden Raspberry (RAZZIE®) Awards LLC
14th October 2014
The 2 for 1 sale at the moment on Disney films means that for a second week they are absolutely dominating the UK home video chart.
With no big new releases Disney has managed to re-capture the top, and what other film has managed it but Frozen.
Frozen was released on DVD/Blu-ray back in March of this year and in that time has not dipped outside the top five best sellers for a week, and this week marks it's 4th time as best selling disk of the week.
Highest new entry of the week lands in second place in the shape of Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Released in February of the year the film landed on the Uk box office at number 1 with an opening gross of £4 million.
The film stayed at the box office for an impressive 11 weeks taking a UK box office total of £13.6 million, making it the 306th highest grossing film in the UK.
Other new film this week are
A Million Ways to Die in the West at 3
Despite a crowded weekend of releases at the box office when the figures came in it was clear that there was a big winner and the Disney Hype machine had worked yet again.
Angelina Jolie takes her first big budget role in a number of years in Maleficent and with ease becomes the biggest film of the week with a £6.6 million take.
Disney are on a roll, it looks like Maleficent will be a sizeable hit and their last film, Frozen, has become one of the biggest film of all time taking over $1 Billion world wide.
After a single week at the top X-Men Days of Future Past drops a single place to the runner up spot with £3.5 million for the weekend and £19.5 million in total.
Also released this week and charted were
Edge of Tomorrow
A Million Ways to Die In The West
A year ago there was little move at the box office as The Hangover Part III held on for a second week and the highest new film was The Purge starring Ethan Hawke at number 6.
Five years ago Night at the Museum 2 held on for another week keeping Drag Me To Hell from Sam Raimi to debut at 2.
Ten years ago The Day After Tomorrow debuted strong at the top of the box office leaving Troy to fall down to number 2.
Fifteen years ago Notting climbed up to the top after a number 6 debut from a limited release knocking She's All That to the number 2 spot.
New at your local cinema this week is Angelina Jolie in Maleficent, Tom Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow and Seth McFarlane in A Million Ways Tt Die in the West.
released on Wednesday to give it a bit of a head start Maleficent from Disney has Miss Jolie as the Sleeping Beauty bad witch showing she's not as bad as you think she may have been.
Plenty of hype for this film and it will have a fight with Tom Cruise for the top, we could see a good £6 million opening.
Tom Cruise flexes his sci-fi muscle in Edge of Tomorrow, based on the Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka the plot is a sort of cross between Groundhog day and the video game Halo.
Also starring Emily Blunt both are box office big hitters and this could beat Angelina to the top, but it will be tight and a £6 million or so opening could also be on the cards.
Family Guy and American Dad creator Seth McFarlane brings us his follow up to the hit Ted. A harder sell this time in the guise of A million Ways to Die in the West, a western in the Blazing Saddles stable of slapstick.
McFarlane has a big following so this could get a decent 3 or 4 million pound opening and a top 5 entry definitely and maybe come in right behind the two bigger films of the week.
Other new films out this week are
Heaven is for Real
Venus in Fur.