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


31st May

Directed by


Octavia Spencer
Diana Silvers
McKaley Miller
Corey Fogelmanis
Gianni Paolo
Dante Brown
Tanyell Waivers
Dominic Burgess
Heather Marie Pate
Tate Taylor
Luke Evans
Margaret Fegan
Missi Pyle
Allison Janney
Kyanna Simone Simpson
Andrew Matthew Welch
Skyler Joy
Nicole Carpenter
Elijah Bray
Creek Wilson
Micah Joseph Graves
Victor Turpin
Dennis Rodriguez
Jinny Patterson
Grayson Alderman
Katira Banks
Ashley Brasel
Emma Frances Burge
Adrienne Marie Coins
Lamar Lott
Denise Nall
Calvin Williams

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United Kingdom and Sweden

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 3

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21 June 2019
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Be Thankful Ma's Lame Alternate Ending Never Made It To Theaters  GameSpot

Sometimes, alternate endings to movies can actually be better than the one that released theatrically, like with this year's Pet Sematary. Other times, you know ...

Wed, 28th August 2019

The 12 biggest unsung heroes of summer 2019 movies  EW.com

For giving Steve Rogers his happy ending at long last. There were a lot of heroes in Endgame, but no one has put up with more b.s. than Peggy.

Wed, 28th August 2019

New Movies on Demand: 'Ma,' 'Men in Black: International,' 'John Wick: Chapter 3- Parabellum,' and More  Decider

This week's new releases include Keanu Reeves in John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, Octavia Spener in Ma, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in Men in ...

Fri, 23rd August 2019

The Farewell review: Awkwafina is startling in a comedy of bracing honesty  The Independent

Dir: Lulu Wang. Starring: Awkwafina, Tzi Ma, Diana Lin, Zhao Shuzhen, Lu Hong, and Jiang Yongbo. PG cert, 100 mins.

Thu, 19th September 2019

The Quad: 'Ma' satisfyingly subverts thriller conventions to deliver a truly macabre monster  Daily Bruin

This post was updated 6:08 p.m.. As the old adage goes, the thing that separates horror fans from the squares is that the fans talk about the villains first.

Mon, 26th August 2019

Every movie and show coming to Netflix in October  Polygon

The Breaking Bad movie, season 3 of Big Mouth, and a series where Paul Rudd shares a life with Paul Rudd. Also catch the OG Charlie's Angels and the OG ...

Wed, 18th September 2019

17th September 2019

Although it remains at the top for a second weekend IT Chapter Two fell hard and had a serious challenge from highest new entry Hustlers which makes its debut at the US box office.

IT Chapter Two

After making its debut on the box office chart last weekend the horror sequel remains at the top this weekend despite dropping 55% from last weekend for a take of $40.7 Million.

This takes the Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy starring movies total gross to $153.8 after 2 weeks of release.

The film is unlikely to reach the $327 Million of the first movie.


Coming in as the highest new entry of the week is this comedy drama starring Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez and directed by Lorene Scafaria based on a New York Magazine article.

The film does better than expected with a debut gross of $33.2 Million.

Angel Has Fallen

The Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman sequel movie is at 3 this week and takes $4.4 Million on its fourth weekend taking its total to $60.3 Million.

Good Boys

The R rated comedy is at number 4 this week with $4.2 Million pushing its total to $73.3 Million after 5 weeks on release.

The Lion King

Making a slow climb down the box office, and the longest run on this weeks chart at 9 weeks is Disney's animated remake which is at number 5 this week and adds $3.5 Million and pushes its total to $533.9 Million.

16th September 2019

Director Taika Waititi brings his new film Jojo Rabbit to the big screen and it has been given a 12A age rating in the UK.

12A Certificate

As described on the BBFC website JOJO RABBIT is a comedy drama in which a ten-year-old Hitler Youth member begins to question the Nazi ideology after discovering a Jewish girl living in his home.

The film is bound to contain plenty of director Waititi satirical sense of humour, although the subject matter might not appeal to a larger audience.

The BBFC have given the film its 12A rating in the UK for discrimination, violence, bloody images, sex references, strong language and the film has a runtime of 108 minutes (1 hours 48 minutes) and it is released on 3rd January 2020 however the film will be shown at the London Film Festival on October 5th 2019.

BBFC website link

13th September 2019

Last week saw IT Chapter Two at the top of the UK box office, can any of this weeks new releases do enough to top the chart this weekend?

Night Hunter

Downton Abbey

First up at cinemas this week is Downton Abbey, a Dramatic movie directed by Michael Engler who also directed Single With Parents in 2008 which grossed £0.

It stars Matthew Goode who last starred in The Big Bad Fox And Other Tales (2018) and Maggie Smith who last appeared in Tea With The Dames (2018).

Night Hunter

Next on the new release schedule is Night Hunter, this new Action movie stars Alexandra Daddario and Henry Cavill.

The film is brought to us by new director David Raymond.


Next up this week is Hustlers which is directed by Lorene Scafaria who directed Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World in 2012.

It stars Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez.

Check back on Monday to see where these cinema releases end up on the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Come back next week when there are 4 new releases.

  • Ad Astra, Wednesday, 18th September
  • Rambo: Last Blood, Friday, 20th September
  • The Kitchen, Friday, 20th September
  • The Farewell, Friday, 20th September

11th September 2019

It Chapter Two brings to and end a quiet couple of weeks at the UK box office as it enters the top of the box office while Polish Political drama Polityka enters inside the top 5.

IT Chapter Two

Its been 2 years since the original IT scared audiences on its debit weekend to the tune of £10 Million, the sequel has not quite reached that mark but the £7.3 Million has given the UK box office a boost.

Whereas the first film relied on its young cast and the thought of Pennywise the clown to carry the film this film brings in some big hitting stars like Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.

The first film went on to £32 Million in the UK and hung around till the end of October (Halloween), expect this to not quite do as well as its predecessor but hang around until late October.

Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino's (who lets face it is the real star of this movie) 9th film falls to number 2 this week and is easily his most successful film to date as this weekend it take £1 Milllion.

This pushes the movies total gross to £18.5 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Angel Has Fallen

The third film in the Fallen series starring Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman falls to number 3 this week with £695,622 taking its total to £5.9 Million.

The Lion King

Highest total grossing film on the box office this week and a £686,991 weekend puts its total at an incredible £73.1 after 8 weeks of release.


Entering the box office at number 5 this week is a Polish Political drama starring Iwona Bielska and Marcin Bosak and directed by Patryk Vega.

The film takes a very respectable £517,255 on its debut from a limited run of 236 screens making an average of nearly £2,000 per screen.

Toy Story 4

Pixars mega hit has the longest run on the UK box office this weekend as the film notches up its 12th weekend with a total UK gross of £64.5 Million.

4th September 2019

Starring Brad Pitt, the BBFC have given Ad Astra a 12A age rating in the UK.

12A certificate

Ad Astra is a space drama directed by James Gray where an astronaut must travel across a treacherous area of space to find his father who has been missing for 30 years.

The trailers for the film have been positively received and there has even been mention of an Oscar nomination for star Brad Pitt.

The BBFC have given the film a 12A age rating for infrequent strong language, moderate violence, threat, gory images and the film has a runtime of 122 minutes (2 hours 2 minutes) and a release date of 18th September 2019.

BBFC link