It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what movies are hot at the UK Box Office. These figures are for UK Box Office August 4 2017.
- Last Week’s UK Box Office Movies
- Interstellar (2014) Blu-ray Review
- Bargain Buys – Christopher Nolan Films
UK Box Office August 4 2017
|2||New||The Emoji Movie||Sony Pictures||£2,702,809|
|3||New||Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets||Lionsgate||£1,861,916|
|4||(3)||Despicable Me 3||Universal||£1,189,440|
|6||(5)||Spider-Man: Homecoming||Sony Pictures||£927,957|
|7||(4)||War for the Planet of the Apes||20th Century Fox||£881,374|
|8||(2)||Captain Underpants||20th Century Fox||£594,874|
|10||New||Jab Harry Met Sejal||Yash Raj||£369,718|
For a third week one film dominates UK cinemas, Christopher Nolan’s epic Second World War story Dunkirk. It’s been another massive hit at UK cinemas over the weekend with box office takings of ££4,624,570. As I seem to say every week Warner Bros should be happy with the UK cinema takings. Compare it against the second placed film and new entry The Emoji Movie and its takings of £2,702,809 you can see just how well Dunkirk is performing.
Elsewhere the sci-fi adventure Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (Great title!) enters the UK cinema chart in third position taking a respectable £1,861,916.
However it’s bad news for last week’s number two Captain Underpants falling to number 8 with disappointing second week takings of only £594,874.
Which of these films did you go to see and was it worthy of your time? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Looking for a Blu-ray to watch at home?
- Blood Father (2016)
- Burnt Offerings (1976)
- Criminal (2016)
- Hell Drivers (1957)
- Paths of Glory (1957)
- The Blue Lamp (1950)
- The Burning (1981)
- The Goose Steps Out (1942)
- The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
- To Live And Die In LA (1985)
- Twilight’s Last Gleaming (1977)
Don’t forget to check back every Thursday as we go through the week’s new cinema releases along with their film trailers.
One of the new cinema offerings this week is the horror film Annabelle: Creation, more on that on in this weeks cinema releases article.
I’ll leave you with the movie trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets