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Choose No one younger than 18 may see an 18 film in a cinema.

Adults should be free to choose their own entertainment. Exceptions are most likely in the following areas:

  • where the material is in breach of the criminal law, or has been created through the commission of a criminal offence
  • where material or treatment appears to us to risk harm to individuals or, through their behaviour, to society. For example, the detailed portrayal of violent or dangerous acts, or of illegal drug use, which may cause harm to public health or morals. This may include portrayals of sadistic violence, rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour
  • which make this violence look appealing; reinforce the suggestion that victims enjoy rape or other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour; or which invite viewer complicity in rape, other non-consensual sexually violent behaviour or other harmful violent activities
  • where there are more explicit images of sexual activity in the context of a sex work (see right) In the case of video works, which may be more accessible to younger viewers, intervention may be more frequent than for cinema films.

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Directed by

Marcus Graves

Starring

Actor
Character
Fiona Wagner
Kevin Pollak
Sheriff Tom Wagner
Nicholas Tucci
Scar Lip
Bruce Dern
Dr. Ronald Pendleton
Richard Short
Detective Benson
Alexi Wasser
Marni
Lenny von Dohlen
Creepy Guy in Hotel
Cady Huffman
Alice
Billy Kay
Brian
Billy Magnussen
Paul
Tom Cleary
Simon Campbell
Shana Dowdeswell
Sara
John Rothman
Elliot Vincent
Cathy Ladman
Sara's Mom
David Iacono
Jake
Kate Nauta
Jenna Marlowe
Henry Baker
Library Clerk
James Riordan
David
Oliver Solomon
Police Detective #1
Jason Good
Police Detective #2
Trip Langley
Photographer's Assistant
Patrick Noonan
Police Officer
Barbara Ann Davison
Old Woman
Lisa McCullough
Fiona's Mother
Kahan James
Photographer
Annalaina Marks
News Reporter
Daniel Farcher
Huvenile at Milburn
Jake Goldberg
Young Nathan Jones
Adrian Martinez
Janitor
Michael Baldwin
Cop
Niko El Santo Zavero
Police Officer
Talia Balsam
Clarissa
Marilyn Berry
Blue Hair
Gary Cherkassky
Brian's Roommate
Elleen Hannah
Dispatcher
Daniel Hartley
Clay
Dennis Hoerter
Burgerific Manager
Klavdia Ramnareine
Nurse
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Year: 2011
 83 minutes (1 hrs 23 mins)
UK release date UK release: 17th January 2011
 BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating
US release date US release: 16th March 2011
MPAA Age Rating: Choose R age rating 

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During the Disney earnings call on August 4th it was announced that the live action version of Mulan, which has had many theatrical delays, will be released on the monthly subscription Disney+ for $29.99.

That is in America at least where the COVID-19 pandemic is still keeping cinemas from opening.

Disney also announced that other countries where Disney+ was available would get the movie, but some countries that don't will get a theatrical release.

The UK has Disney+ and movie theatres are starting to open, and by September 4th, the announced release date, even more will be open.

The movie is most likely to get a duel release in the UK, and other countries in Europe as well as Australia and New Zealand so people can choose how to watch it, a worrying move for the cinema industry.

Other films that have been delayed are The New Mutants and Black Widow which are still set to have theatrical released but could also get Disney+ 'rental' releases as well as hit cinemas.

Lets hope (for many reasons) things get back to normal soon, then we can start enjoying more movies as they should be seen, in a movie theatre!

Kenneth Branagh this week scores another number one film with his take on the Agatha Christie classic Murder On The Orient Express, and in turn knock an old friend from the top of the box office.

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This already makes it his 4th most successful film as a director and by the end of its run it will be most likely 3rd with just Thor and Cinderella out doing it.

As just mentioned Branagh directed the first in the Thor series of films as by coincidence his new film knocks the latest Thor from the top spot.

Thor Ragnarok this week falls only to number 2, and it gave Murder On The Orient Express a good run for its money as it comes in with £4.6 million which brings the total gross to £20 million and its now the most successful Thor film in the UK.

Thor Ragnarok is still pulling in the audience and on a Monday to Sunday bases it would have by a long distance been the top film of the week taking in £8.1 million.

Also new this week is A Bad Moms Christmas which despite trying to celebrate Christmas in November, far too early, takes in £1.7 million at number 3.

Pokémon The Movie I Choose You and The Killing of the Sacred Deer are also new at numbers 9 and 10 respectively.

Kingsman The Golden Circle is the top total grossing movie this week with £24 million and the longest running film with 7 weeks on the chart.

Historical charts

A year ago
Doctor Strange kept its hold on the box office by staying at the top while top new film was the Ben Affleck starring The Accountant.

Five years ago
Skyfall was still the top film of the week while the top new film was Silent Hill Revelation (in 3D, it was Halloween!) which entered at 3.

Ten years ago
Ratatouille spent a 4th week at the top while 30 Days of Night from director David Slade was the top new film at 2.

Fifteen years ago
Sequel movie 28 Days Later was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1, it knocked off XXX which fell to 2 after 2 weeks on top.

Twenty years ago
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Twenty five years ago
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This is now the third weekend the Mockingjay has spent at the top and despite a 61% drop in takings from the previous weekend not has a US total gross of $258 million.

Holding firm at two and three is Penguins of Madagascar and Horrible Bosses 2 taking $25 and $15 million respectively.

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