Cinematic Box Office – Weekend of 12-14 September 2008

17 09 2008

UK Box Office Top 10

 

  1. Pineapple Express
  2. Mamma Mia!
  3. RocknRolla
  4. The Women
  5. The Duchess
  6. Step Brothers
  7. Disaster Movie
  8. The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas
  9. The Strangers
  10. The Dark Knight

 

US Box Office Top 10

 

  1. Burn After Reading
  2. The Family That Preys
  3. Righteous Kill
  4. The Women
  5. Tropic Thunder
  6. The House Bunny
  7. The Dark Knight
  8. Bangkok Dangerous
  9. Traitor
  10. Death Race




Cinematic Box Office (UK) – Weekend of 5-7 September 2008

10 09 2008

UK Box Office Top 10

 

  1. RocknRolla
  2. Mamma Mia!
  3. The Duchess
  4. Step Brothers
  5. Disaster Movie
  6. The Strangers
  7. The Dark Knight
  8. Hellboy II: The Golden Army
  9. Get Smart
  10. Bangkok Dangerous




Cinematic Box Office (US) – Weekend of 5-7 September 2008

8 09 2008

US Box Office Top 10

 

  1. Bangkok Dangerous
  2. Tropic Thunder
  3. The House Bunny
  4. The Dark Knight
  5. Traitor
  6. Babylon A.D.
  7. Death Race
  8. Disaster Movie
  9. Mamma Mia!
  10. Pineapple Express




Cinematic Box Office – Weekend of 29-31 August 2008

3 09 2008

Since I posted the previous top 10s late in the week, I did not realise that the UK statistics aren’t released until Wednesday. So in the future I will be posting the box office top 10s as and when they are released. But here are the results for the weekend of 29th to 31st August. Read the rest of this entry »





Film Review – Pitch Black (2000)

3 09 2008

A space shuttle crashes on a deserted planet, with only a handful of survivors, including Richard B. Riddick, an escaped convict who was being transfered back to prison. The planet is constantly lit by three suns and seems to be entirely deserted, until the survivors start to look underground. Read the rest of this entry »





Film Review – 30 Days Of Night (2007)

1 09 2008

Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost town in the U.S., where every winter the area is plunged into darkness as the sun sets, and doesn’t rise again for 30 days. Setting the scene for ’30 Days of Night’, a scene perfect for vampires to have free reign over the small, isolated town. Read the rest of this entry »





Film Review – The Strangers (2008)

29 08 2008

I have debated whether to write a review for this film or not. The screening of ‘The Strangers’ that I was in, seemed to be filled to the brim with the dregs of society. I felt as though I was sat in a youth club, with not many people seeming to be 15 or over. With every jump and scare in the film, the whole audience burst with laughter and talked loudly for what seemed like a long time after. With quite a lot of scares, there was a lot of laughter, and a lot of LOUD talking. In fact I can’t think of the last time I had an experience as bad as I had tonight in a cinema screen. Because of this bad experience, my judgement on the film maybe skewed, but now I know what happens I don’t think re-watching it would benefit. Read the rest of this entry »