Cinema Releases August 25 2017

Tom Cruise’s American Made (Universal Pictures) steals the limelight this week releasing in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Meanwhile in the US the offerings are somewhat more limited with Leap! aka Ballerina (Animated Adventure) one of only two major offerings.

Relax as we take you through all of the weeks new releases along with movie trailers. Let’s get started here are the cinema releases August 25 2017 for the United Kingdom, USA, Australia and New Zealand.


Cinema Releases August 25 2017

American Made (Drama)

Released 25th August 2017 UK (12A) 120 Mins
  • Starring Tom Cruise; Jesse Plemons; Caleb Landry Jones

Looking for something to watch? Check out these Blu-ray releases:

 


Detroit (Drama)

Released 25th August 2017 UK (15) 143 Mins
  • Directed by Kathryn Bigelow
  • Starring John Boyega; Will Poulter; Algee Smith;
  • Jacob Latimore; Jason Mitchell; Kaitlyn Dever; Jack Reynor;
  • Anthony Mackie; John Krasinski; Samira Wiley; Hannah Murray;
  • Ben O’Toole; Nathan Davis Jr.; Peyton A

 


Logan Lucky (Comedy)

Released 25th August 2017 UK (12A) 120 Mins
  • Starring Channing Tatum; Adam Driver; Seth MacFarlane;
  • Riley Keough; Katie Holmes; Katherine Waterston;
  • Dwight Yoakam; Sebastian Stan; Brian Gleeson;
  • Jack Quaid; Hilary Swank; Daniel Craig

 


Rough Night (Comedy)

Released 25th August 2017 UK (15) 101 Mins
  • Starring Scarlett Johansson; Kate McKinnon; Zoë Kravitz

 


Birth of the Dragon (Action)

Released 25th August 2017 US (PG-13) 91 Mins
  • Starring Philip Ng; Xia Yu; Billy Magnussen

 


Leap! aka Ballerina (Animated Adventure)

Released 25th August 2017 US (PG) 89 Mins

 


Movie Releases Down Under

American Made

Released AU/NZ 24th August 2017 120 Mins (Drama)

 


Everything, Everything

Released AU 24th August 2017 97 Mins (Drama)

 


God’s Own Country

Released NZ 24th August 2017 105 Mins (Drama, Romance)

 


Killing Ground

Released AU 24th August 2017 88 Mins (Thriller)

 


Maudie

Released AU 10th August 2017 116 Mins (Drama)

 


The Lost City of Z

Released AU 24th August 2017 141 Mins (Action, Adventure)

 


Top 10 Box Office Films

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
1NewThe Hitman’s BodyguardLionsgate$21,384,504
2(1)Annabelle: CreationWarner Bros$15,612,680
3NewLogan LuckyBleecker Street$7,600,036
4(2)DunkirkWarner Bros$6,614,385
5(3)The Nut Job 2: Nutty by NatureOpen Road$5,092,344
6(6)The Emoji MovieSony Pictures$4,441,028
7(7)Spider-Man: HomecomingSony Pictures$4,256,367
8(5)Girls TripUniversal$3,911,300
9(4)The Dark TowerSony Pictures$3,788,669
10(20)Wind RiverWeinstein Co$2,975,732

 


 

UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewThe Hitman's BodyguardLionsgate£1,982,951
2(1)DunkirkWarner Bros£1,938,125
3(2)Annabelle: CreationWarner Bros£1,193,210
4(4)The Emoji MovieSony Pictures£1,028,182
5NewThe Dark TowerSony Pictures£910,529
6(5)Despicable Me 3Universal£633,634
7(7)Girls TripUniversal£592,674
8(3)Atomic BlondeUniversal£500,923
9NewEverything, EverythingWarner Bros£453,401
10(7)Spider-Man: HomecomingSony Pictures£368,723

 

 

 


Comment by Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases August 25 2017

My pick of the weeks films, meaning the one I plan to watch has to be the new Tom Cruise movie American Made. The rest I simply do not find particularly appealing. I am kind of sick of stupid comedies by that I mean poorly written ones and that my first impressions of Logan Lucky.

Maybe I’m wrong please let me know if you happen to see it and really like it as I may give it a chance at some point. Right now I have more than enough films to catch up on plus quite a few nice Blu-ray releases due over the next couple of months.

 

Note: The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale. This has no effect on the price you pay.