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Take Away

2003
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Directed by

Marc Gracie

Starring

Vince Colosimo
Stephen Curry
Nathan Phillips
Matthew Dyktynski
Tom Budge
Brett Swain
John Howard
Dave ONeil
Alethea McGrath
Matthew Green
Peter Rowsthorn
Andrew Maj
Marita Wilcox
Ben Anderson
Alexander Ramsey
Nikita Plummer
Nicholas Bell
Francis Greenslade
Sally Anne Upton
Frank Kennedy
Serge De Nardo
Mark O'Toole
Marisa Warrington
Graham Jahne
Rick Tonna
James Penlidis
Des Dowling
Cam Van Steel
Clayton Jacobson
Amanda Buchanan
Bill Johnston
Jason Turley
Michael Veitch
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In a mixed up week at the UK box office, using figures including 2 days of previews Adam Sandlers Pixels takes over a the top, the true winner is Inside Out.

If you take away the 2 days of previews Pixar's Inside Out is by far the biggest film of the weekend, and indeed of the week with only a 3% drop from the previous weeks takings.

But lets not take away from the given champion and Pixels duly takes over at the top of the UK box office with a weekend gross of £2.7 million.

After a slamming from critics last weeks top film, Fantastic Four, makes a dramatic fall from the top and lands at number 6 this week with a total gross after 2 weekends of £4.8 million.

The re-image of the superhero franchise simply hasn't worked and the new film will come no-where near the 2005 version which took £12.4 million or it's sequel 4: Rise of The Silver Surfer which took almost the same amount.

Other new film this week include The Man From U.N.C.L.E. at number 4 and Trainwreck, on a limited release, at number 5, Simon Pegg's new film Absolutely Anything enters at number 9.

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The Inbetweeners 2 continued their run at the top of the box office while The Expendables 3 was new at 3.

Five years ago
Toy Story 3 continued to rule the box office at the top while the critically panned The Last Airbender was new at 3.

Ten years ago
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory was still the top film in the UK while new at 2 was The Island with Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson

Fifteen years ago
Gone In 60 Seconds stayed at the top for another week while, no new entries inside the top 5 so Rules of Engagement entered highest at number 6.

Twenty years ago
Batman Forever gave up the top spot to the much criticised Waterworld starring Kevin Costner and directed by Kevin Reynolds.

Twenty five years ago
Tom Cruise was at the top with Days of Thunder on its debut weekend knocking Total Recall into second place.

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