It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at the top 10 films this week in the UK. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was last week’s number one but can it hold on against tough competition from Sandra Bullock’s comedy heist film, Ocean’s 8? It’s time to answer that question, here are the figures for UK Cinema Charts June 22 2018.
UK Cinema Charts June 22 2018
(Box office results this weekend)
|1||New||Ocean's 8||Warner Bros||£4,347,070|
|2||(1)||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||Universal||£3,249,227|
|4||(4)||Deadpool 2||20th Century Fox||£454,656|
|5||(3)||Solo: A Star Wars Story||Disney||£375,488|
|6||(7)||Avengers: Infinity War||Disney||£184,451|
|9||(11)||The Happy Prince||Lionsgate||£151,355|
|10||(10)||Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Secret Cinema 2018)||Warner Bros||£127,840|
Ocean’s 8 is this week’s highest new entry and also the brand new number one film in the UK. The overall reception for Ocean’s 8’s has generally been positive with a couple of movie reviews wishing the screenplay had gone a little further in playing to the fabulous female led casts strengths. Entertainment website Variety has a collection reviews from some high profile movie reviewers. In any case it took an impressive £4.3m.
That means Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom falls to number two taking £3.2m whilst horror film Hereditary’s film plot seems to have hit the spot taking £834K in third place.
One entry that is on the up is drama, The Happy Prince starring Rupert Everett, Colin Firth and Emily Watson. This one climbs into the top ten going from eleven to nine.
Rounding off our look at the UK cinema is the classic sci-fi film Blade Runner: The Final Cut which remains at number ten having been on release for 14 weeks under its Secret Cinema release. It managed to take £124K from just one cinema site, oh and its gross to date figures for this current release is now at just over £4.4m.
Recent & Recommended Blu-ray/DVD releases?
- The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) Blu-ray Review
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That just abouts concludes our look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Cinema Charts June 22 2018), come back next week to see whether Ocean’s 8 can hold on to the number one spot on the UK Top 10 Film Chart.
I’ll leave you with a couple movie trailers starting with Ocean’s 8
and now horror film Hereditary.
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