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Jon S Baird's gentle, unassuming biopic of the most famous double act the world has ever seen, is a warm, affectionate delight that touches on far broader ...Mon, 24th June 2019Stan & Ollie review â€“ a love letter to cinemaâ€™s odd couple The Guardian
Steve Coogan and John C Reilly excel in this bittersweet film about the twilight years of the great double act. Mark Kermode, Observer film critic.Sun, 13th January 2019Stan & Ollie review â€“ melancholy twilight of comedy gods Laurel and Hardy The Guardian
Brilliant impersonations by Steve Coogan and John C Reilly lift the muted charm of this biopic about their troubled music-hall tour of Britain. Peter Bradshaw.Sun, 21st October 2018Stan & Ollie laugh it up as takings outstrip Mary Poppins at UK box office The Guardian
Steve Coogan, John C Reilly and happy audiences propel biopic to top of the rankings as The Favourite also comes up smiling after two weekends in cinemas.Tue, 15th January 2019Stan & Ollie: The little-known side of historyâ€™s best loved comedians The Guardian
How the world's most iconic comedy duo found their way back into the limelight and their everlasting impact on comedy and generations of comedians to come.Tue, 12th February 2019Stan & Ollie review: Well, here's a rather fine film you've gotten us into | London Evening Standard
When once asked by an American journalist what The Madness of George III was about, Alan Bennett replied that it was about the madness of George III.Fri, 11th January 2019
Not a lot of movement on the UK box office this weekend with the top two film remaining the same as M. Night Shyamalan Glass remains the top film in the country.
Director M. Night Shyamalan's film remains at the top for a second weekend with a 3 day gross of just shy of £2 million.
This boosts the films total gross to £6.8 million and it's currently the directors 6th biggest film of his career.
The historical drama starring Margot Robbie remains in the runner up spot for a second weekend with a gross of £1.5 million, this boosts its total to just under £5 million after 2 weeks of release.
Highest new film of the week comes in at number 3, Christian Bale stars in the political drama which takes £1.3 million on its debut.
The film is picking up recognition during the awards season with Bale taking some acting gongs, this could see the film hang around for a while on the box office.
The bio-pic movie has been on the chart for 3 weeks now and takes £1.06 million this weekend, this elevates its total UK gross to £8.2 million making it the third top film of the year.
Disneys sequel rounds out the top 5 this week with a weekend gross of a shade under a million pound which boosts its total to £42.1 million, it is still the top grossing film of 2019 so far although it was released at the end of 2018.
The awards darling is at 6 this week and with a total gross of £13 million, it is the top grossing film released in 2019 so far.
The fan favourite Japanese animation makes its debut on the UK box office this week with a gross of £851,508, it has a global gross of $100 million after a successful release in China.
After a few weeks of the same films bouncing around the top 5 this week has 2 new films enter in the top two spaces on the UK box office.
M. Night Shyamalan releases what is the third in a trilogy of films he started with Unbreakable starrring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in 2000 then continued with Split starring James McAvoy in 2017.
This new entry starring all three enters the UK box office at the top with a very respectable £3.4 million debut which is the directors best.
The historical drama starring Margot Robbie hits the UK at number 2 this week with a very reasonable £2.1 million debut weekend.
The bio-pic which entered the box office last week at the top falls to number 3 this weekend with a gross of £1.8 million.
This brings the Steve Coogan starring films total UK gross to £6.1 million after 10 days of release.
The film was the top grossing film for the full week Monday - Friday taking £3.5 million.
Disney's sequel movie falls to number 4 this week although it does pass the £40 million milestone in total grosses after a £1.7 million weekend.
The film is being lauded with awards but it falls to number 5 this weekend and a couple of weeks at number 2.
The Olivia Coleman starring film takes £1.3 million to boost its UK total to £11.1 million on its third weekend.
The Queen bio-pic falls to number 8 this week but after a half million pound plus 13th weekend it has passes the £50 million mark making it the fourth top grossing film released in the UK IN 2018.
Stan And Ollie knocks Mary Poppins Returns off the top spot on its debut weekend of release and Oscar potential The Favourite is still riding high after initial award season glory.
With glowing reviews coming in last week the bio-pic of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy hits the top spot on its debut weekend giving the country some relief from the Superhero movies and special effects extravaganzas of recent weeks.
The film starring Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly get a UK debut weekend gross of £2.5 million.
The period drama starring Olivia Coleman gets a good start to the awards season which helps boosts the film by 9% over last weekend and keeps it at 2.
A second weekend gross of £2.3 million only just keeps it from the top although it is the biggest grossing film over the Monday - Sunday frame, its total gross is now £8.3 million.
The family favourite falls to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top with a gross of £2.2 million which boosts its total UK gross to £38.2 million after 4 weeks, its currently the top UK film of 2019.
As the DC Universe film says hello to the global $1 Billion club it falls to number 4 in the UK with £1.2 million for a UK gross of £20.2 million.
The transformers movie takes £1.014 million this week for a £10.7 million total UK gross.
The film is still pulling in the audiences in the UK and this week takes £1.012 million for a total of £49.9 million, it will pass £50 million in the coming days.
In a rare move the top 6 films in the UK all grossed over £1 million this weekend.
The Keira Knightley starring film is the second highest new film of the week with £788,432 on its debut weekend.
Released on 11th January 2019 Stan And Ollie is a bio-pic of the comedy duo Stal Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Directed by Jon S. Baird the film stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly as the famous duo.
The film has been given a PG rating in the UK by the BBFC for mild bad language and it has a run time of 98 minutes (1 Hour 38 Minutes).
STAN AND OLLIE (PG) mild bad language https://t.co/53sGaJ6VsF— BBFC (@BBFC) December 18, 2018
Stan and Ollie directed by Jon S. Baird and starring John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan is a bio-pic of comedy legends Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
The film is released in the UK on January 11th 2019 and today gets its first railer.
You can check it out below.
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Popular in: United Kingdom and United States
Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 5