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The Last Time

The Last Time

Directed by

Michael Caleo


Michael Keaton
Amber Valletta
George Anton
David Jensen

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11th October 2019

Directed by Elizabeth Banks the new Charlie's Angels reboot gets one last trailer before its November 29th 2019 release.

The film stars Banks as Bosley and the Angels are played by Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska, also starring is Patrick Stewart as Bosley!

The last time the Angels were on the big screen was with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Lu in 2000 and its sequel in 2003, that series didn;t quite make it to a trilogy of films.

The film looks like it will be full of action, and to quote a mid '90's phrase, it looks like girl power is in full force in this new trailer.

You can check out the new trailer below.

9th October 2019

The new animated version of The Addams Family is a given a PG rating by the BBFC in the UK.

PG age rating

The last time The Addams Family hit cinema screens was in 1993 in Addams Family Values which ws a follow up the the hit film The Addams Family starring Angelica Houston and the late Raul Julia.

Taking the starring roles and lending their voices this time are Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron as Gomes and Morticia Addams.

The BBFC have given the animation a PG rating for mild comic threat, language and it has a runtime of 86 minutes (1 hour and 26 minutes) and the movie was passed uncut.

The film has a release date of 25th October 2019, just in time for Halloween!

BBFC film link

14th November 2018

We're fast approaching the Christmas period and despite it still only being early in December the UK public are clearly in the mood as they take The Grinch to the top of the box office on its debut weekend.


The Grinch

Taking the box office on its debut weekend with a gross of £5.09 million the Dr Seuss favourite only just beat out last weeks top film Bohemian Rhapsody

The last time The Grinch appeared on the box office was back in 2000 in the shape of Jim Carey in a live action version directed by Ron Howard which took £3 million on its debut weekend which is about £5.2 million when adjusted for inflation.

Both films have hence sold in the same ball park as far as tickets are concerned, time will tell is this new animated version will out gross the 2000 film.

Bohemian Rhapsody

After a very successful couple of weeks at the top of the box office the Queen bio-pic falls to number 2 with a weekend gross of £4.5 million, not far behind The Grinch.

This boosts the films total Uk gross to £28.9 million and its the 10th best film of the year to date.


Acclaimed director Steve McQueen brings his latest movie which lands at 3 on its debut weekend with a gross of £2.4 million.

The film starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson is getting a lot of positive buzz and Oscar talk to expect it to hang around until the new year and awards season.

A Star Is Born

The Bradley Cooper film is starting to fall down the chart after a very successful run and this week is at 4 with £1.2 million boosing its total to £25.4 million.

The Nutcracker And The Four Realms

Finishing off the top 5 this week is last weeks highest new film which falls hard in its second weekend, the Diney film takes £1.1 million for a £3.14 million total.

14th March 2018

Not a lot of movement on the UK box office this week as Black Panther stays at the top for a fourth weekend and the top new film is at number 12.

The last time a film spent four consecutive weekends at the top was July 2017 when Dunkirk did it, Black panther has followed a very similar path and that film went on to make £44 million.

Black panther this weekend takes £2.9 million which brings the films total UK gross to £39.8 million, it is the top grossing film of the year, it has also just passed the $1 billion mark globally.

Breaking outside the top 10 briefly, with a lack of any big blockbusters this weekend the top new film of the week is You Were Never Really Here starring Joaquin Phoenix which is new at 12 with a weekend gross of £288,344.

Climbing to 2 this weekend is The Greatest Showman which is having one of the greatest box office runs ever, 11 weeks in and its not left the top 5 and its grossed over £1 million on each of those weeks.

This week it takes £1.5 million, an increase on last week, which brings its total gross to an incredible £37 million.

The rest of the top 5 is filled with Red Sparrow, last weeks top new entry falls to 3, and then hold overs Game Night at number 4 and lady Bird at number 5.

Worth noting is the 2 big Oscar winning film saw mixed fortunes this week, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri dropper from last week while The Shape Of Water saw a very slight increase.

5th March 2018

The sequel/reboot (never know what to call these things these days) of 1964's Mary Poppins gets a relase this Christmas starring Emily Blunt and called Mary Poppins Returns.

Disney have today released the first teaser trailer and on the positive they really have captured the feel and spirit of the era.

Emily Blunt certainly looks the part so things are looking up, on the negative side the last time a big budget film had returns is the title is was preceded by Superman!

There is also a new poster which is an extreme closeup of Blunt as Poppins.