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Emma Thompson does her best as a high court judge called upon to make a life-or-death decision, but she can't do anything about the preposterous plot.Sat, 25th August 2018‘The Children Act’ Review: All Rise for Emma Thompson Rolling Stone
Ian McEwan writes great novels that most often turn into problematic movies, some wonderful (Atonement), others WTF happened (On Chesil Beach).Wed, 12th September 2018Emma Thompson’s Meticulous Intensity in “The Children Act” The New Yorker
Anthony Lane on Richard Eyre's Ian McEwan adaptation, starring Emma Thompson and Stanley Tucci, and Robert Greene's restaging of a historic Arizona ...Fri, 7th September 2018The Children Act review: feels more like a cooped-up TV drama than a feature aimed at the big screen The Independent
Richard Eyre, 105 mins, starring: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead, Ben Chaplin, Eileen Walsh Emma Thompson plays a high court judge lost ...Wed, 22nd August 2018The Children Act review: Emma Thompson is tremendous in Ian McEwan's implausible legal drama The Telegraph
Dir: Richard Eyre. Starring: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead, Ben Chaplin, Jason Watkins. 12A cert, 105 mins. You could hardly cook up a ...Thu, 23rd August 2018Film review: The Children Act | Times2 The Times
The film canon of Ian McEwan is a troublesome thing. The dazzling curlicues of his descriptive prose and the singularity of his subject matter (thin social ...Fri, 24th August 2018
There were no big films released this week in the UK which makes Christopher Robin spend a second weekend at the top and yet again it has Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again hard on its heels.
The final figures weren't quite as close as last week with Christopher Robin taking in £2.1 million which brings the films total gross after 10 days to £7.1 million.
Staying at number 2 for the fifth weekend is Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again which takes £1.7 million over the weekend, this brings the films total gross to an amazing £58.7 million.
The Meg stays at number 3 this week with £1.5 million for a £11.7 million total.
Finishing off the top 5 is Incredibles 2 and The Equalizer 2 with £1.26 million and £1.25 million which brings each films totals to £51.2 million and £4.5 million respectively.
Coming outside the top 5 the highest new film of the week is the Spike Lee directed BlackKKlansman which takes £1.24 million for the weekend meaning that there only £200,000 between number 4 and number 6.
Also new this week is The Spy Who Dumped Me at 7 with £1.05 million making the top 7 films all bring in over a million pound each and The Children Act at number 11 with £0.5 million.
Slender Man and Alpha are also new at number 14 and 14.
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Popular in: United Kingdom and Uzbekistan
Highest chart position: 11
Weeks on box office: 3