Cinema Releases January 13 2017 – The Bye Bye Man

Heading to the cinema this weekend? Well let me take you through the weeks new releases. Theses are the cinema releases January 13 2017 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.

This week sees the release of Live By Night starring Ben Affleck in the UK & US.


Cinema Releases

La La Land (Comedy, Musical)

Released 13th January 2017 UK (12A) 128 Mins

Starring Ryan Gosling; Emma Stone; Amiée Conn; Terry Walters; Thom Shelton; Cinda Adams

Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone) find themselves drawn together by their common goal to do what they love. However as success snowballs decisions taken begin to put strain on their love affair.


Live By Night (Crime, Drama)

Released 13th January 2017 UK/US (15/R) 129 Mins

Starring Ben Affleck; Zoe Saldana; Elle Fanning; Sienna Miller; Chris Cooper; Brendan Gleeson; Robert Glenister

Set in Prohibition-era America, Ben Affleck plays Joe Coughlin a family man and veteran of The First World War. He is also the son of the Boston Police deputy superintendent which may be a problem as Joe is a gangster.

Looking for a movie to watch at home? See our I Am Wrath review


Manchester By The Sea (Drama)

Released 13th January 2017 UK (15) 137 Mins

Starring Casey Affleck; Michelle Williams; Kyle Chandler; Lucas Hedges; Liam McNeill; C.J. Wilson

Lee is forced to return to his hometown that he long abandoned following the death of of his brother Joe.


Underworld: Blood Wars (Horror)

Released 13th January 2017 UK (15) 91 Mins

Starring Kate Beckinsale ; Theo James ; Tobias Menzies ; Lara Pulver ; Peter Andersson ; Clementine Nicholson ; Bradley James ; Charles Dance

More vampire horror action.


The Bye Bye Man (Horror, Thriller)

Released 13th January 2017 UK/US (15/R) 96 Mins

  • Starring Douglas Smith; Lucien Laviscount; Cressida Bonas

When three college students move into an old house off campus, they get more than they bargained when they unleash a supernatural entity known as The Bye Bye Man.


Monster Trucks (Adventure, Comedy)

Released 13th January 2017 US (PG-13) 105 Mins

  • Starring Starring Lucas Till; Jane Levy; Thomas Lennon; Holt McCallany; Samara Weaving; Aliyah O’Brien

High school senior Tripp (Lucas Till) decides to build a Monster Truck from old scrapped cars, however following an incident at a local oil drilling facility his truck will never be the same again.


Sleepless (Thriller)

Released 13th January 2017 US (R) 95 Mins

  • Starring Jamie Foxx; T.I.; Michelle Monaghan; Dermot Mulroney; David Harbour; Gabrielle Union; Scoot McNairy

A police detective who has links with the criminal underground has his secret revealed he and his partner are caught stealing cocaine that belongs to drug lord.


Silence (Drama)

Released 13th January 2017 US (R) 161 Mins

  • Starring Andrew Garfield ; Liam Neeson ; Adam Driver
  • Directed by Martin Scorsese

During the 17th century, two young Portugese Jesuit priests Sebastiao and Francisco arrive in Japan to find their mentor, Father Cristovao Ferreira. Their journey to spread the word of Christ sees them find appalling acts of Christian persecution.


Patriots Day (Thriller)

Released 13th January 2017 US (R) 130 Mins

Starring Mark Wahlberg; Kevin Bacon; John Goodman; J. K. Simmons; Michelle Monaghan

Following the detonation of two bombs during the Boston Marathon, police Sgt. Tommy Saunders (Mark Wahlberg), FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers & Commissioner Ed Davis join the courageous survivors.


Movie Releases Down Under – Cinema Releases January 13

Ballerina

Released AU/NZ 12th January 2017 89 Mins (Animated Adventure)


Collateral Beauty

Released AU/NZ 12th January 2017 96 Mins (Drama)


Jackie

Released AU/NZ 12th January 2017 99 Mins (Drama)


Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

Released AU/NZ 12th January 2017 92 Mins (Comedy)


Monster Trucks

Released AU/NZ 12th January 2017 104 Mins (Action)

Top 10 Box Office Films

So just what movies/film 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 UK and US.

US Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1(17)Hidden Figures20th Century Fox$22,800,057
2(1)Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryWalt Disney$22,063,570
3(2)SingUniversal$20,712,365
4NewUnderworld: Blood WarsSony Pictures$13,688,751
5(7)La La LandLionsgate$10,132,213
6(3)PassengersSony Pictures$8,816,213
7(5)Why Him?20th Century Fox$6,901,730
8(4)MoanaWalt Disney$6,384,485
9(6)FencesParamount Pictures$4,813,606
10(8)Assassin’s Creed20th Century Fox$4,178,643

UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewAssassin's Creed20th Century Fox£5,285,064
2(1)Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryDisney£3,253,346
3NewA Monster CallseOne Films£1,920,744
4NewSilenceStudioCanal£1,542,926
5(3)PassengersSony Pictures£1,369,272
6(5)MoanaDisney£1,179,760
7(6)Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemWarner Bros£991,252
8(2)Why Him?20th Century Fox£760,654
9(4)Monster TrucksParamount£453,514
10(8)BallerinaeOne Films£437,684

Comment By Dr. Loomis

There are the Cinema Releases January 13 2017, plenty of new releases but still nothing that really grabs me, back to those Blu-ray I guess.