Cinema Releases 22 February 2019: Ready for Neeson’s Cold Pursuit?

Action thriller Cold Pursuit starring Liam Neeson is the week’s big release in the United Kingdom. In fact it’s a somewhat quieter week for new releases with only two films landing in UK cinemas whilst in America only has one. It’s time now to see a few of those movie trailers; here are the cinema releases for the 22 February 2019 in the UK & America.

 


Cinema Releases 22 February 2019

Cinema Releases 22 February 2019

One film that only see’s a limited release in the UK this week is Old Boys, a drama from director Toby MacDonald. It’s a story about an awkward student that helps the good looking but somewhat dim school-hero guy court the attentions of the fiery daughter of a visiting French teacher. You will need to check to see if your local cinema is showing this one. Right now to those films opening in most cinemas across the country (UK Cinema Releases 22 February 2019).

Cold Pursuit (Action, Thriller)

Released 22nd February 2019 UK (15) 119 Mins
  • Distributor: Studiocanal
  • Starring Liam Neeson; Laura Dern; Emmy Rossum; Tom Bateman; John Doman

When the son of unassuming town snowplough driver, Nels Coxman (Liam Neeson) is murder on the orders of a flamboyant drug lord it prompts him to seek revenge, taking on the cartel piece by piece.

 


On The Basis Of Sex (Drama)

Released 22nd February 2019 UK (12A) 120 Mins
  • Distributor: eOne
  • Starring Felicity Jones; Armie Hammer; Justin Theroux;
  • Kathy Bates; Sam Waterston; Cailee Spaeny; Chris Mulkey

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg leads the fight against gender discrimination.

 


USA Only: Cinema Releases 22 February 2019

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Adventure)

Released 22nd February 2019 US (PG) 104 Mins
  • Distributor: Universal
  • Starring Craig Ferguson; Gerard Butler; Jay Baruchel

Chief and ruler of Berk along with Astrid, Hiccup has created a gloriously chaotic dragon utopia. However the sudden appearance of female Light Fury just so happens to coincide with the deadliest threat their village has ever faced.

 


Top 10 Box Office Films (15 Feb 2019)

What movies/films have we all been watching over the last week, time to find out as we take a look at the Top 10 Box Office Films in both the US and UK.

US Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewAlita: Battle Angel20th Century Fox$28,525,613
2(1)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second PartWarner Bros$20,804,670
3NewIsn’t it RomanticWarner Bros$14,247,758
4(2)What Men WantParamount Pictures$10,675,205
5NewHappy Death Day 2UUniversal$9,497,665
6(3)Cold PursuitLionsgate$5,977,782
7(4)The UpsideSTX Entertainment$5,491,229
8(5)GlassUniversal$3,922,035
9(6)The ProdigyOrion Pictures$3,168,439
10(7)Green BookUniversal$2,887,175

 


UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1(1)The LEGO Movie 2Warner Bros£2,472,489
2NewInstant FamilyParamount£2,469,853
3(3)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal£1,649,759
4(2)Alita: Battle Angel20th Century Fox£1,417,674
5(4)Green BookeOne Films£740,086
6NewHappy Death Day 2UUniversal£735,454
7NewThe Kid Who Would be King20th Century Fox£666,749
8(12)If Beale Street Could TalkeOne Films£368,796
9(5)GlassDisney£311,937
10(13)The Favourite20th Century Fox£283,702
Other
13NewA Private WarAltitude£223,438

 


Final Thought – Cinema Releases 22 February 2019 & Box Office

Liam Neeson’s action thriller film Cold Pursuit lands in UK cinemas this week. Following his recent comments many have claimed that the film which released in the USA last week failed at the box office due to that interview. However the film actually achieved its box office revenue target of $7-10 million by taking over $11 million. You’ve got to love how certain media websites deliberately misreport stories these days. It will however be interesting to see if cinema goers in the United Kingdom mirror those in America.

 

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