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The Eye No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2008
The Eye 15 age rating
UK release date 25th April 2008
The Eye

Directed by

Starring

Alessandro Nivola
Parker Posey
Rade Serbedzija
Fernanda Romero
Rachel Ticotin

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£1,783,992
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The Eye
2436

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 4

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£704,655
£704,655
5
£366,298
£1,372,290
10
£88,979
£1,649,935
13
£83,511
£1,783,992
Box Office Gross Flow
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704.7K
366.3K
89K
83.5K

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RIP HD-DVD?

8th June 2009

As soon as CES started and Warner Bros. confirmed that they are going Blu-ray only we all knew it was only a matter of time before there would be only one format and this "war" would be over, and now it looks like Toshiba will announce their withdrawal from HD-DVD.

This speculation along with the Warner announcement and the many US retailers announcing either Blu-ray exclusivity or Blu-ray dominance in stores are enough to kill the format, who wants to buy a player that has little retail support.

Blu-ray is the winner and it's only a matter of days (if not hours) before it will become official. This is one in the eye for Microsoft who has reportedly pumped millions of dollars into support for the format and a big triumph for Sony who developed it.

The conspiracy around the Microsoft involvement is multilayer, but whatever the truth is I think that downloadable content for films and TV has taken a hit in the back of this move as well, people can buy a player with confidence now.

The good news for Sony now is their insistence of putting a Blu-ray player in the Playstation 3 might pay off, the gaming device is still by far one of the better players on the market and is still the cheapest certainly in the European market where the stand alone players are still not that common.

The players are sure to come down in price now and the HD-DVD format will slowly start to disappear off the shelves, for those that did buy an HD-DVD player you will soon be able to pick up the movies very cheap.