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Crimson Tide

Crimson Tide
Directed by
Gene Hackman
Matt Craven
George Dzundza
James Gandolfini
Rocky Carroll
Jaime Gomez
Michael Milhoan
Scott Burkholder
Danny Nucci
Lillo Brancato
Eric Bruskotter
Ricky Schroder
Steve Zahn
Marcello Thedford
R.J. Knoll
Billy Devlin
Matthew Barry
Christopher Birt
Jim Boyce
Jacob Vargas
Kai Lennox
Michael D. Weatherred
Tommy Bush
Earl Billings
Mark Christopher Lawrence
Michael Chieffo
Ashley Smock
James Lesure
Trevor St. John
Dennis Garber
Vanessa Bell Calloway
Brenden Jefferson
Ashley Calloway
Daniel von Bargen
Richard Valeriani
Warren Olney
Rad Daly
Sean OBryan
Victor Togunde
Troy A. Cephers
Armand Watson
Brent Goldberg
Scott Grimes
Ryan Phillippe
Dale Andre Lee Everett
Angela C. Tortu
Ronald Ramessar
Robin Faraday
Bob Stone
Henry Mortensen
Chris Ellis
Skip Beard
John Daniels
Gerald Emerick
Mo Gallini
Steve Gonzales
Jason Robards
Rayder Woods

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24th November 2015

This week, as predicted, the last film the in The Hunger Games series, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, flies to the top of the box office.

Catching Fire and Mockingjay Part 1 both debuted with almost the same figure around £12 million, the first film in the series debuted with £4 million while this last part enters the box office with £11 million.

Although not the lowest debut this certainly shows a demising interest in the series, the luke warm reviews haven't helped the film either.

Spectre falls to number 2 this week despite still grossing good number, this weeks £3.8 million brings the total gross in the UK to £84.6 million, this places the film at number 3 on the UK all time box office grosses.

Other new films this week has The Dressmaker making its debut at number 7 and The Perfect Guy entering at number 10.

Highest total grossing film of the box office is, no surprise, Sprectre.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 made its debut at the top of the UK box office knocking Intersteller from the top to number 3.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 started the end of the Harry Potter series by debuting at the top, it knocked Due Date down to number 2.

Ten years ago
Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire was the film making its debut at the top while In Her Shoes fell to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
What Lies Beneath remains at the top for another week leaving Little Nicky to enter at number 3.

Twenty years ago
A Walk In The Clouds was the highest new film knocking Crimson Tide down to number 2.

10th November 2015

Last weekend on the UK box office the latest Bond film Spectre was far too strong during its second week of release to be knocked from the top.

Still pulling in the audiences during its second weekend Spectre scores £13 million which brings its total UK gross after 2 weekends of release to £64 million.

The film is still on track with the previous Bond movie Skyfall and could potentially give the film a run for its money as the top grossing UK film ever, despite less favourable reviews.

Although by Sunday Spectre has not quite become the top UK film of 2015 by Monday night it will have out grossed Jurassic World.

Highest new film of the week is the low budget Brooklyn which enters the UK box office at number 3 with a debut gross of £1.04 million.

Top total grossing film on the box office, after just 2 weeks of play, is Spectre.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Christopher Nolan's Interstellar hit the top spot on its debut week of release knocking Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles down to number 3.

Five years ago
Due Date hot the top of the box office on its first week of release while the previous number 1, Saw 3D, fell to number 4.

Ten year ago
Nanny Mcphee went up to the top of the box office on its 3rd week of release knocking Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit from the top.

Fifteen years ago
What Lies Beneath spent another week at the top while the highest new film was right down at number 8 in the shape of Purely Belter.

Twenty years ago
Crimson Tide made its debut at the top of the box office knocking To Die For down to number 5.

Twenty five years ago
Ghost remained at the top of the box office leaving the highest new film, Young Guns II, to enter at number 2.

Movie details

The film has a UK gross of £5,023,381 and is the 1208th top grossing film in the UK

The film has a US gross of $91,387,195 and is the 725th top US domestic film.

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:Popular in: United Kingdom
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UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 7

Box Office History