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True Lies No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


1994
 141 minutes (2 hours 21 minutes)
UK release date Released: 12th August 1994  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
True Lies

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Starring

Actor
Character
Helen Tasker
Tom Arnold
Albert Gibson
Bill Paxton
Simon
Tia Carrere
Juno Skinner
Art Malik
Salim Abu Aziz
Eliza Dushku
Dana Tasker
Grant Heslov
Faisil
Charlton Heston
Spencer Trilby
Marshall Manesh
Jamal Khaled
James Allen
Colonel
Dieter Rauter
Boathouse Guard
Jane Morris
Janice
Katsy Chappell
Allison
Crystina Wyler
Charlene
Ofer Samra
Yusif
Paul Barselou
Old Guy in Bathroom
Charles A. Tamburro
Helicopter Pilot
Jean-Claude Parachini
Jean-Claude
Uzi Gal
Lead Terrorist
Majed Ibrahim
High Rise Terrorist
Armen Ksajikian
Juno's Chauffeur
Mike Akrawi
Jihad Cameraman
Mike Cameron
Citation Pilot
Charles Cragin
Samir
Louai Mardini
Bread Van Terrorist #1
Gino Salvano
Bread Van Terrorist #2
Scott Dotson
Harrier Pilot
Tom Isbell
Reporter at High Rise
John Bruno
Custodian
Joe Abby
Man on Escalator
Greg Chopoorian
Chef
Don Dailey
Tango Dancer
Cherry Davis
Tony De Leon
Terrorist
Mary A. DeBriae
Swiss Aristocrat
Joan Quinn Eastman
Ballroom Guest
Michael Garvey
Agent
Kim Giancaterino
Restaurant Patron
Loren Janes
Man in Elevator
Al Kamarr
Terriorist Henchman to Salim Abu Aziz
Sergio Kato
Bread Van Terrorist #3
Dave Knight
Downtown Miami Pedestrian
Takao Komine
Party Goer
Cassidy McMillan
Omega Agent
Jody Millard
Hotel Clerk
Douglas M. Nelson
Businessman
Andre Nirmel
Subway Customer
Joseph Oliveira
Ballroom Dancer
Erik Parillo
French Chef
Manny Perry
Bass Player
Charlie Picerni
Man in Hotel Lobby
Dale Resteghini
Snow Assassin
William Shipman
Office Worker
Matt Sigloch
SWAT Team Leader
Aj Stoan
Pedestrian
Mark Winn
Arab Terrorist
Ryken Zane
Snowboarder
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Arnie and James Cameron have always been a winning combo and this is arguably their best collaboration
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£14,508,182
421
422
True Lies
423

US total gross
$146,282,411
369
True Lies

Global total gross
$378,882,411
318
319
True Lies
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 12

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£6,872,751
£6,872,751
2
£3,617,237
£10,489,988
2▲▼
£1,903,809
£12,393,797
3
£1,002,005
£13,395,802
3▲▼
£527,371
£13,923,173
4
£277,564
£14,200,737
7
£146,086
£14,346,823
9
£76,887
£14,423,710
10
£40,467
£14,464,177
11
£21,298
£14,485,475
13
£11,209
£14,496,684
15
£5,899
£14,502,583
Other Box Office History
4 November 1994
£3,105
11 November 1994
£1,634
18 November 1994
£860
Box Office Gross Flow
£
6.9M
3.6M
1.9M
1M
527.4K
277.6K
146.1K

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For home video enthusiasts today is a very sad day as Pioneer have announced they will stop making laserdisk players this month (June 2009).

Initially brought to market in 1978 under the name of DiscoVision the 12 inch disks were going to revolutionise home entertainment and bring that cinema quality high definition picture to the home.

Although the technology inside the huge players was far superior to that of it's magnetic tape (VHS and Beta) equivalents the lack of storage (60 minutes on each side) and high price stopped them from becoming a mainstream purchase.

American video enthusiasts took to the devices as did the Japanese, but Europe never really embraced the devices. VHS had a strong hold, and by the time people realised that their £15 film on the fragile tape was a bad idea and looked for alternatives the 5 inch DVD was hitting the market.

Here is a list of the top selling films on the Laserdisk format:

  1. Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  2. The Lion King
  3. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  4. True Lies

Despite it's hard life the format has laser 30 years and sold a quite respectable 360 million units. Disks didn't shift that many, Star Wars was one of the biggest sellers with 100,000 sold and The Lion King not far behind, although exact sales data is hard to find.

Check out the wikipedia page and an article on the demise at hometheatermag.com.