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Shopping No one younger than 18 may see an 18 film in a cinema.

Adults should be free to choose their own entertainment. Exceptions are most likely in the following areas:

  • where the material is in breach of the criminal law, or has been created through the commission of a criminal offence
  • where material or treatment appears to us to risk harm to individuals or, through their behaviour, to society. For example, the detailed portrayal of violent or dangerous acts, or of illegal drug use, which may cause harm to public health or morals. This may include portrayals of sadistic violence, rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour
  • which make this violence look appealing; reinforce the suggestion that victims enjoy rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour; or which invite viewer complicity in rape, other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour or other harmful violent activities
  • where there are more explicit images of sexual activity in the context of a sex work (see right) In the case of video works, which may be more accessible to younger viewers, intervention may be more frequent than for cinema films.

BBFC


1994
 87 minutes (1 hours 27 minutes)
UK release date Released: 24th June 1994  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
US release date Released: 9th February 1996  |  MPAA Age Rating:  Shopping R age rating 
Shopping

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Starring

Actor
Character
Sadie Frost
Jo
Sadie Frost
Jo
Sean Pertwee
Tommy
Sean Pertwee
Tommy
Fraser James
Be Bop
Fraser James
Be Bop
Venning
Venning
Marianne Faithfull
Bev
Marianne Faithfull
Bev
Daniel Newman
Monkey
Daniel Newman
Monkey
Lee Whitlock
Pony
Lee Whitlock
Pony
Ralph Ineson
Dix
Ralph Ineson
Dix
Eamonn Walker
Peters
Eamonn Walker
Peters
Market Trader
Market Trader
Chris Constantinou
Yuppie
Chris Constantinou
Yuppie
Tilly Vosburgh
Mrs. Taylor
Tilly Vosburgh
Mrs. Taylor
Melanie Hill
Sarah
Melanie Hill
Sarah
Grant Russell
Store Owner
Grant Russell
Store Owner
James Hill
Lippy Kid
James Hill
Lippy Kid
Clint Dyer
Car Thief
Clint Dyer
Car Thief
Brian Croucher
Billy's Dad
Brian Croucher
Billy's Dad
Simon Bateso
Tommy's Gang #1
Simon Bateso
Tommy's Gang #1
Polly Moore
Tommy's Gang #2
Polly Moore
Tommy's Gang #2
Vinny Mann
Tommy's Gang #3
Vinny Mann
Tommy's Gang #3
Julian Sandell
Tommy's Gang #4
Julian Sandell
Tommy's Gang #4
Sarah Phillips
Reporter's Voice
Sarah Phillips
Reporter's Voice
DJ Tim
Self
DJ Tim
Self
Kate Lauren
Policewoman
Kate Lauren
Policewoman
Paul McNeilly
Policeman #1
Paul McNeilly
Policeman #1
Dave Roberts
Policeman #2
Dave Roberts
Policeman #2
Simon Austin
Policeman #3
Simon Austin
Policeman #3
Sidney Cole
Policeman #4
Sidney Cole
Policeman #4
Chris Armstrong
Policeman #5
Chris Armstrong
Policeman #5
Paul Wong
Venning's Minder
Paul Wong
Venning's Minder
Shion Abdillah
Local Kid
Shion Abdillah
Local Kid
Francis Pope
Kid #1
Francis Pope
Kid #1
Leon Black
Kid #2
Leon Black
Kid #2
Anthony Lee
Kid #3
Anthony Lee
Kid #3
Becky Van der Post
String Quartet #1
Becky Van der Post
String Quartet #1
Clio Gould
String Quartet #2
Clio Gould
String Quartet #2
Monica Scott
String Quartet #3
Monica Scott
String Quartet #3
Philip Bagenal
String Quartet #4
Philip Bagenal
String Quartet #4
James Helm
Danny
James Helm
Danny
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£3,285,397
1770
Shopping
1771

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 18
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£2,297,501
£2,297,501
3
£656,429
£2,953,930
5
£187,551
£3,141,481
8
£75,020
£3,216,501
11
£37,510
£3,254,011
Other Box Office History
29 July 1994
£18,755
5 August 1994
£7,502
12 August 1994
£3,751
19 August 1994
£1,072
26 August 1994
£306
Box Office Gross Flow
£
2.3M
656.4K
187.6K

24th Jun
1994

1st Jul
1994

8th Jul
1994

Disney threw their latest film hoping to hit the heights of Frozen at US audiences this weekend in the shape of Moana, they are hoping that the long holiday weekend would give it a boost.

With a debut weekend of $55 million over the Friday to Sunday they can't complain, and the long weekend from Wednesday night saw the film gain over $80 million.

With many families out shopping on the big retail weekend that includes black Friday this isn't such a bad debut, and with good reviews this could well go on and on for Disney.

Next weekend will be the big test, no new child friendly film are set for a release in the coming weeks which is good for Moana but then they get the Galaxy Far Far away to deal with, but who from, yes Disney, the Mouse House should have a good holiday.

Last weeks top film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, fell to number 2 this weekend and gained $45 million, this brings the films US total to $156 million, not the heights of Harry Potter.

Also new this week is America is Allied starring Brad Pitt at number 4 with $13 million and Bad Santa 2 at number 7 with $6 million and very bad reviews.

Longest stay on the US box office is split between 3 films, Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all on 4 weeks, although the highest total grossing by a long margin is Doctor Strange with $205 million.

Die Hard actor Bruce Willis was on BBC's The One Show on Wednesday promoting his new Die Hard film, A Good Day to Die Hard, and when asked said he would do a sixth film.

Throughout Willis appeared very awkward and the BBC received complaints about his conduct, personally I think he just came across as very tired, jet lagged, and was struggling to think straight, he came across as very charming.

Despite not being that chatty, and not really giving away a great deal about anything, when female presenter Alex Jones asked if he would do a sixth film he simply replied yes, like were all surprised at that.

Willis will have to win round the studio mind after basically admitting that he didn't like the title of the new movie, claiming it was confusing, A Good Day to Die Hard, it's never a good day to die, what do you do, go and do some shopping and have some tea before you Die, Hard?

The titles of the Die Hard films have never follow the conventional 1, 2, 3 etc moniker although the fourth film was Die Hard 4.0 (except in the US where is was Live Free ot Die Hard) so a sixth film could be Six degrees of Die Hard or something!

The new film is set in Russia and has protagonist John McClain traveling the globe to rescue his son who is in some kind of trouble with the Russian mafia, it is out on Valentines Day.

It's that funny time of year again and the top earning films the weekend before Christmas makes the Christmas chart? TRON: Legacy takes the honors with a decent weekend take.

A weekend gross of £1,970,692 is non too shabby for the TRON sequel, although with the hype surrounding the film a little more may have been hoped, but with the bad weather and Christmas shopping maybe it means that the film will hang around a while and be a slow burner.

Falling from the top after just one week is the latest Narnia movie, taking £1,231,568 over it's second weekend after 10 days the film has taken £4,780,624, it will be the smallest of the Narnia films to date.

Still hanging around, but slowing down considerably if Part 1 of the last Harry Potter film, this week at 3 on the chart with a weekend take of £ 875,898 in it's 5th week for a total gross of £ 44,443,734.

Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp are at 4 with The Tourist while at 5 is Megamind.