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Bugsy No one younger than 18 may see an 18 film in a cinema.

Adults should be free to choose their own entertainment. Exceptions are most likely in the following areas:

  • where the material is in breach of the criminal law, or has been created through the commission of a criminal offence
  • where material or treatment appears to us to risk harm to individuals or, through their behaviour, to society. For example, the detailed portrayal of violent or dangerous acts, or of illegal drug use, which may cause harm to public health or morals. This may include portrayals of sadistic violence, rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour
  • which make this violence look appealing; reinforce the suggestion that victims enjoy rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour; or which invite viewer complicity in rape, other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour or other harmful violent activities
  • where there are more explicit images of sexual activity in the context of a sex work (see right) In the case of video works, which may be more accessible to younger viewers, intervention may be more frequent than for cinema films.


UK release date 20th March 1992

Directed by

Barry Levinson


Warren Beatty
Harvey Keitel
Elliott Gould
Joe Mantegna
Richard C. Sarafian
Bebe Neuwirth
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi
Wendy Phillips
Stefanie Mason
Kimberly McCullough
Andy Romano
Robert Beltran
Bill Graham
Lewis Van Bergen
Joseph Roman
James Toback
Don Carrara
Carmine Caridi
Don Calfa
Robert Glaudini
Bryan Smith
Ray McKinnon
Eric Christmas
Joe Baker
John C. Moskoff
Ralph Tabakin
Debrah Farentino
Anthony Russell
Wendie Malick
DeVera Marcus
Ksenia Prohaska
Peter Giuliano
Austin Kelly
Michael Kenner
Bruce Ed Morrow
Clive Rosengren
Gary McGurk
Gerard Joseph McKenna
Paul Roache
Tommy Townsend
Steven Maines
Traci Lind
David H. Hebble
Michael Sollenberger
Jamie Angell
Julie Christensen
Susan Rumor
Lloyd Baskin
Hal Melia
Fred Lehto
Kal David
Albina Bocchicchio
Cathleen Crone
Lena Banks
Robert Beecher
Kathy Brolly
Joe Casino
Anne Gaybis
Barry Levinson
Sheila Lussier
Joel Rogers
Karen Russell
Bee Sedway
Frederick Weller

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UK BBFC Certificate: 18
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 6

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28th March 2017

Audiences across the UK can't get enough of Belle and her beast as the Disney live action films scores a fantastic second weekend, Power rangers is the top new film at number 2.

A second weekend gross of £12.3 million for Beauty and The Beast is something most films would be happy to have as their debut weekend gross and would be in the top 100 highest grossers.

This brings the films total gross over 10 days to nearly £40 million and makes it the top grossing film of the year so far, overtaking La La Land.

With this type of momentum there is a chance it could end up being the top film of the year, although there are some big hitters coming later and a massive film at the tend of the year.

Power Rangers make their debut at number 2 this week in their revamped, re-booted, big budget incarnation to the tune of £1.5 million.

There was one other Power Rangers movie, back in 1995, based on the TV show it had the full title of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie and debuted in the UK to the tune of £1.3 million.

If we take inflation into account the 1995 film did far better and would today have debuted to the tune of £3.2 million.

Worth noting is that if the chart were counted for the whole week rather than just Friday - Sunday Power Rangers would have been at number 5 this week.

Also new this week is The Lost City of Z debuting at 7 with £0.28 million and CHiPs at number 8 with £0.2 million.

Longest running film this week is The Lego Batman Movie which has been around now for 7 weeks and the top grossing movie, after just 10 days is Beauty and The Beast.

Historical charts

A year ago
Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice made its long awaited debut a the top of the box office knocking King Fu Panda to number 3.

Five years ago
The first of The Hunger Games movies was unleashed on the world and hit the top on its debut weekend, it knocked The Devil Inside down to number 4.

Ten years ago
Zack Snyder brought us his big screen cinematic style in 300 which debuted at the top knocking Norbit down to number 4.

Fifteen years ago
Ali G Indahouse made its debut at the top of the box office, it knocked Ocean’s Eleven down to number 3 after 5 weeks on top.

Twenty years ago
The speacial edition of Star Wars made its debut at the top of the UK box office, it knocked The English Patient down to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Cape fear remained at the top for a third weekend, it kept off Bugsy which debuted at number 2.