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Saving Private Ryan

1998
Saving Private Ryan
Directed by
Starring
Tom Sizemore
Edward Burns
Adam Goldberg
Jeremy Davies
Ted Danson
Dennis Farina
Joerg Stadler
Max Martini
Dylan Bruno
Daniel Cerqueira
Demetri Goritsas
Ian Porter
Gary Sefton
Julian Spencer
Steve Griffin
William Marsh
Marc Cass
Markus Napier
Neil Finnighan
Peter Miles
Paul Garcia
Seamus McQuade
Ronald Longridge
Adam Shaw
Rolf Saxon
Corey Johnson
Loclann Aiken
John Barnett
Maclean Burke
Victor Burke
Aiden Condron
Paschal Friel
Shane Hagan
Paul Hickey
Shane Johnson
Laird Macintosh
Brian Maynard
Martin McDougall
Mark Phillips
Lee Aaron Rosen
Andrew Scott
Matthew Sharp
Vincent Walsh
Grahame Wood
John Sharian
Glenn Wrage
Crofton Hardester
Martin Hub
Raffaello Degruttola
Nigel Whitmey
Sam Ellis
Erich Redman
Tilo Keiner
Stephan Grothgar
Stephane Cornicard
Michelle Evans
Martin Beaton
Anna Maguire
Nathan Fillion
Leland Orser
Michael Mantas
David Vegh
Ryan Hurst
Nick Brooks
Sam Scudder
John Walters
Dorothy Grumbar
James Innes-Smith
Harve Presnell
Dale Dye
David Wohl
Eric Loren
Valerie Colgan
Amanda Boxer
Harrison Young
Kathleen Byron
Rob Freeman
Thomas Gizbert
John de Lancie
James Embree
Declan Geraghty
Michael P. Jahoda
Derek Lea
Taylor Murphy
Abbe Muschallik
Nina Muschallik
Paul Sacks
Mac Steinmeier
Leo Stransky
Vincent Ventresca
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In an unusual move this week, and maybe due to little in the way of new releases, Ron Howards Rush moves 1 place UP to the top of the box office chart.

Taking £1.3 million from the weekend Rush takes over at the top, simply swapping places with last weeks top film Insidious Chapter 2.

There was little in the way of new films, the biggest of which is the critically panned film Diana, about the life of the late Princess which landed at 5 with a small take of $pound;600,000.

A small side note, the latest Grand Theft Auto Game was released last Monday which may have kept the young and middle aged men from cinemas, as reflected in the new releases.

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And fifteen years ago there was no shifting Saving Private Ryan from the top although highest new film of the week Lethal Weapon 4 had a good go and came within a whisker, it landed at 2.

Movie details
UK total gross
£18,740,016
UK top grossing film

US total gross
£216,540,909

Global total gross
£481,840,909
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UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United States and United Kingdom

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 16

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£2,704,522
£2,704,522
1▲▼
£2,077,362
£6,731,817
2
£1,695,902
£9,760,779
2▲▼
£1,367,408
£12,170,437
3
£931,140
£13,898,774
4
£675,992
£15,149,037
8
£423,342
£15,956,810
9
£281,502
£16,612,495
10
£188,219
£17,007,157
12
£143,432
£17,284,661
15
£98,437
£17,465,386
12
£78,514
£17,600,309
12▲▼
£46,076
£17,687,082
14
£73,021
£18,398,276
14▲▼
£79,534
£18,571,312
13
£72,459
£18,740,016