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Highest chart position: 5
Weeks on box office: 3
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The Two Faces of January” is based on a 1964 Patricia Highsmith novel about two affluent American tourists vacationing in Europe.Thu, 25th September 2014The Two Faces of January review – a handsomely mounted if slight thriller The Guardian
Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst enliven a good-looking adaptation of the 1964 Patricia Highsmith thriller, writes Mark Kermode.Sat, 17th May 2014Always in Season: behind the painful film about lynching in America The Guardian
In a devastating new documentary, a history of lynching is tied to the mysterious death of a black teen, who was found hanging from a swing in 2014.Sat, 21st September 2019Batman Day 2019: celebrating the foes behind the Caped Crusader's legacy The Hindu
80 years of Batman and counting — 80 years of some of the great supervillains to ever grace comic books and movie screens too.Sat, 21st September 2019Berlin Film Festival 2014: The Two Faces of January, review Telegraph.co.uk
Hossein Amini's adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel is an elegantly pleasurable experience, says Tim Robey.Fri, 14th February 2014
Out selling everything else on the home video front in the UK this week is the historical drama Pompeii which replaces Bad Neighbours at the top.
Pompeii hit UK cinemas on 2nd May this years and on it's debut weekend of release hit number 3 on the box office with £1.1 million, it was the highest new film of that week though.
The film only stayed on the chart for 3 weeks falling to 5 then 8 before leaving, it gross a total of £2.6 million in the UK.
Last weeks top film, the previously mentioned Bad Neighbours, fall to second place after a single week at the top.
Other new films this week are
Sabotage at 3
The Two Faces of January at 10
Wolf Creek 2 at 11
Check out the full UK video charts on 25thframe.co.uk
All studios cleared the way this week as the much hyped monster film Godzilla is released in cinemas and expected to clean up.
The last Hollywood mega budget Godzilla was released back in the summer of 1998 and although big didn't do the numbers as expected. Fast forward nearly 20 years and Gareth Edwards has been put in charge and the hype machine has gone into overdrive.
Expect this film to hit the top spot by a clear margin this weekend, favourable reviews and high expectation have made it a certain for a good opening weekend.
Also out this weekend
Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal
The Two Faces of January starring Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen