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


4th September

Directed by

Rick Famuyiwa


Rakim Mayers
Blake Anderson
Bruce Beatty
Deaundre Bonds
Julian Brand
Quincy Brown
Kiersey Clemons
Kimberly Elise
Rick Fox
Christopher Glenn
Amin Joseph
Ricky Harris
Chanel Iman
Wyking Jones
Zoë Kravitz
Allen Maldonado
Josh Meyer
Mimi Michaels
Ashton Moio
Shameik Moore
Lidia Porto
Tony Revolori
Simmie Sims
Roger Guenveur Smith
Keith Stanfield
Vince Staples
Milton T.J. Taylor
Casey Veggies
Paul Archer
Kristian Favors
Michael Flores
Nino Nava
Jevin Smith
Larnell Stovall
Ryan Stroud
Alex Urbom
Tiffany Williams

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Pixar must be kicking themselves this week as their new film Inside Out makes a fantastic debut on the US box office, but there is no stopping Jurassic World at the moment.

A second week gross of $102 million which means that the dinosaur film was $11 million ahead of the number 2 film, but when were talking figures this big thats a small margin really.

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15

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4 September 2015