Horror film Hereditary has been receiving high praise by quite a few film critics and it hits UK cinemas this Friday so this one might very well be worth a look.
Meanwhile in the USA the big movie release of the week has to be Disney’s animated adventure Incredibles 2.
Time now to take a closer look at both films plus the rest of the week’s new releases; here are the cinema releases June 15 2018 for the United Kingdom & United States.
Cinema Releases June 15 2018
Released 15th June 2018 UK (15) 127 Mins
- Distributor: Entertainment Film
- Starring Toni Collette; Alex Wolff; Milly Shapiro; Ann Dowd; Gabriel Byrne
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Super Troopers 2 (Comedy)
Released 15th June 2018 UK (15) 99 Mins
- Distributor: 20th Century Fox
- Starring Seann William Scott; Clifton Collins Jr.; Jay Chandrasekhar;
- Kevin Heffernan; Steve Lemme; Erik Stolhanske
- Trailer contains strong language
The Happy Prince (Drama)
Released 15th June 2018 UK (15) 105 Mins
- Distributor: Lionsgate
- Starring Rupert Everett; Colin Firth; Emily Watson;
- Colin Morgan; Edwin Thomas; Tom Wilkinson
Released 13th June 2018 US (R) 116 Mins
- Distributor: Sony Pictures
- Starring Trevor Jackson; Jason Mitchell; Michael Kenneth Williams;
- Lex Scott Davis; Jennifer Morrison
Incredibles 2 (Adventure)
Released 15th June 2018 US (PG) 118 Mins
- Distributor: Walt Disney
- Voiced by Holly Hunter; Craig T. Nelson; Sarah Vowell;
- Huck Milner; Samuel L. Jackson
Released 15th June 2018 US (R) 100 Mins
- Distributor: Warner Bros
- Starring Ed Helms; Jake Johnson; Annabelle Wallis; Hannibal Buress;
- Isla Fisher; Rashida Jones; Leslie Bibb; Jon Hamm; Jeremy Renner
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
|1||New||Ocean’s 8||Warner Bros||$41,607,378|
|2||(1)||Solo: A Star Wars Story||Walt Disney||$15,748,575|
|3||(2)||Deadpool 2||20th Century Fox||$14,148,517|
|5||(4)||Avengers: Infinity War Walt||Disney||$7,238,699|
|7||(5)||Book Club||Paramount Pictures||$4,285,456|
|8||New||Hotel Artemis||Global Road||$3,232,790|
|10||(7)||Life of the Party||Warner Bros||$2,167,142|
UK BOX OFFICE
|1||New||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||Universal||£14,334,894|
|2||(1)||Solo: A Star Wars Story||Disney||£1,192,220|
|3||(2)||Deadpool 2||20th Century Fox||£1,182,010|
|5||(3)||Avengers: Infinity War||Disney||£406,119|
|7||(8)||Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Secret Cinema 2018)||Warner Bros||£226,459|
|8||(6)||Show Dogs||eOne Films||£201,435|
Comment by Dr. Loomis (Cinema Releases June 15 2018)
My pick of this week’s selection is going to have to be the horror film Hereditary, that’s the one I intend to see in any case.
Unfortunately there seems to be a real problem these days especially in America of turning out conveyor belt comedy movies and I use the word comedy very loosely. The UK has the rather awful Super Troopers 2 which I predict will flop badly at the UK box office.
Meanwhile the US has Tag another cringeworthy looking film. It’s time to invest in some quality writing, acting and all-round filmmaking as I really do think most studio executives think their audiences have a really low IQ which is clearly not the case.