DIRECTED BY DOUG LIMAN

Go 1999

Go

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Starring

Timothy Olyphant
Timothy Olyphant
Actor
Character
Claire Montgomery
Sarah Polley
Ronna Martin
Suzanne Krull
Stringy Haired Woman
Desmond Askew
Simon Baines
Nathan Bexton
Mannie
Robert Peters
Switterman
Scott Wolf
Adam
Jay Mohr
Zack
Todd Gaines
Jodi Bianca Wise
Ballerina Girl
William Fichtner
Burke
Rita Bland
Dancing Register Woman
Tony Denman
Track Suit Guy
Scott Hass
Raver Dude
Natasha Melnick
Anorexic Girl
Manu Intiraymi
Skate Punk Guy
Josh Paddock
Spider Marine
Taye Diggs
Marcus
Breckin Meyer
Tiny
James Duval
Singh
Courtland Mead
Boy
Katharine Towne
Becky
Marisa Johnston
Rebecca
Ken Kupstis
Sports Car Man
Nikki Fritz
Noelle
Tane McClure
Holly
Jimmy Shubert
Victor Jr.
J.E. Freeman
Victor Sr.
Jay Paulson
Loop
Jane Krakowski
Irene
Shann Beeman
Willie Amakye
Waiter
Princess Leah Lucky Buttons
Alley Cat
Chris Biorn
Emmy Collins
Longhair in Supermarket
Sean Everett
Shooting Bartender
Walter Ludwig
Strip Club Patron
Bob Pepper
BlackJack & Slot Player
Telly Savalas
Mark Sharp
Police Officer
Bill Swann
Elevator Man
J. Karen Thomas
Nurse
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 102 minutes (1 hrs 42 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating
UK release date UK release: 3rd September 1999
US release date US release: 9th April 1999
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £2.2 Million

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    UK total gross
    £2,217,926
    2326
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    2327

    UK Age Rating
    UK BBFC Certificate: 18
    Genres
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    UK Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    Go
    6N
    £481,471
    £481,471
    6▲▼
    £395,539
    £1,220,561
    8
    £272,956
    £1,751,547
    12
    £134,539
    £2,054,510
    12▲▼
    £73,687
    £2,217,926
    US Box Office Chart History
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    The Ridley Scott directed House of Gucci made its debut at the top of the UK box office this weekend beating out Encanto which came in at number 3.

    Outside the top 5 the cinema showing of Anything Goes: The Musical was new at number 7 with £371,879 while at number 11 A Boy Called Christmas was new with £81,228.

    Finally in the top 15 was Antim at number 14 with £60,874 and Maanaadu at number 15 with £54,898.

    UK box office QuickView

    • Number 1 - House of Gucci (1st weekend)
    • Highest debut - House of Gucci (@1)
    • Longest run - No Time to Die (9 weeks)
    • Highest total gross - No Time to Die (£95.4 Million)

    UK box office top 5 breakdown weekend 26th - 28th November 2021

    House of Gucci

    Hitting the top on its debut weekend the movie stars Lady Gaga and Adam Driver in this true life drama brought to us by maverick director Ridley Scott.

    The movie tops the box office with a debut gross of £2.4 Million, the lowest debut since Free Guy back in August 2021.

    Although compared to director Ridley Scotts last movie, which also starred Adam Drive, The Last Duel it is far higher as that movie surprisingly underperformed.

    The movie has a long way to go in order to beat Lady Gaga's last movie which was the 2018 A Star is Born which took over £30 Million at the UK box office.

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Falling to number 2 after a single week at the top is the Ghostbusters sequel which takes just over £2 Million on its second weekend of release, a 51% drop over its debut gross.

    This puts the movies total at £7.5 Million which puts it on almost the same footing at the 2016 re-boot, if maybe a little higher.

    Encanto

    Disney bring their latest animated feature to the big screen only, and unlike the rest of the world where it is the top movie it lands on the UK box office at number 3.

    The movie makes its debut with £1.7 Million which is far better than their previous animated feature Raya and the Last Dragon which took less than a million but that was during the pandemic.

    Their previous movie to that was Frozen II which made its debut in 2019 with over £15 Million, but this is a new IP and that has a massive built in audience, in all this is not great for a Disney labeled animation.

    Eternals

    Disney again, this time with their Marvel studios as the Chloe Zhao directed feature falls to number 4 with £586,304, a 52% drop over last weekend.

    This gives the movie a total UK gross of £13.8 Million and it is the 10th top movie of 2021.

    No Time To Die

    The 25th James Bond movie falls to number 5 this weekend with £492,635, a 48% drop over last week which isn't bad for a movie which is 9 weeks on the box office.

    The film has now taken £95.5 Million at the UK box office and it takes the honor this week of slipping up to number 3 on the list of all UK time movies having Jumped over Spectre this week.

    To go any higher it needs to break the £100 Million mark, a feat only achieved by 2 movies on the UK, Skyfall and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but its probably a feat too far for this movie.

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife brings the flagging series back to life as the new sequel hits the top og the US box office on its opening weekend.

    Also new and hitting the top 5 this weekend is the Will Smith movie King Richard which makes its debut at number 4.

    US box office QuickView

    • Number 1 - Ghostbusters: Afterlife (1st weekend)
    • Highest debut - Ghostbusters: Afterlife (@1)
    • Longest run - Venom: Let There Be Carnage (8 weeks)
    • Highest total gross - Venom: Let There Be Carnage ($206 Million)

    US box office top 5 breakdown weekend 19th - 21st November 2021

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Directed original series director Ivan Reitmams son Jason, this reboot and sequel to the original Ghostbusters has had fans eagerly awaiting and this week makes its debut at the top.

    The movie takes a very respectable $44 Million on its debut weekend.

    Eternals

    The latest Marvel movie falls to number 2 this weekend after a 2 week spell at the top with $10.8 Million, a 60% drop over last weekend.

    This gives the movie a total of $135.8 over 3 weeks of release and a number 7 place of the top movie of 2021.

    Clifford the Big Red Dog

    The live action movie based on the beloved animated series falls to number 3 this weekend with $8.1 Million, 1 51% drop over last weekend, giving the movie a 2 week total of $33.5 Million.

    King Richard

    Will Smith brings his latest movie to the big screen playing the father of tenis aces Serena and Venus Wiliams.

    The movie enters the box office at number 4 with a debut gross of $5.7 Million.

    Dune

    Director Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the sci-fi classic falls to number 5 this weekend with $3 Million, a 45% drop, giving the movie a gross of $98 Million over 5 weeks of release.

    the movie should go over the $100 Million mark by next weekend and climb into the top 10 movies of 2021.

    Marvel's Eternals spends a second weekend on top of the UK box office in a week where there are no new releases making an impact on the box office with the biggest mover being the Princess Diana film Spencer which jumps up to the top 5 on its second week.

    Top new movie of the weekend is Mothering Sunday directed by Eva Husson and featuring Olivia Coleman and Colin Firth among its cast, it enters at number 1 with £156,940 while the Clint Eastwood western Cry Macho makes its UK debut at 15 with £72,130.

    UK box office QuickView

    • Number 1 - Eternals (2nd Weekend)
    • Highest debut - Mothering Sunday (@11)
    • Longest run - No Time To Die (7 weeks)
    • Highest total gross - No Time To Die (£92.7 Million)

    UK box office top 5 breakdown weekend 12th - 14th November 2021

    Eternals

    Staying at the top of the UK box office for a second weekend the Marvel Studios movie takes £2.9 Million, a reasonable 47% drop over last weekend.

    This drop is better than Marvels other 2021 movie Black Widow which dropped a massive 74% on its second weekend, but it was on Disney+ as well, but worse than Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings which only dropped 38%, but there was pent up cinema demand at the time.

    The movie has taken £10.5 Million over its 2 weeks of release which is actually comparable to the other 2021 Marvel movies, but with the hype for Spider-Man: No Way Home going beyond fever pitch that movies mid December release could effect the final few weeks box office for this Chloe Zhao directed movie.

    Still for a movie which has fairly unfavourable review it will end up with a £20 Million+ total UK gross which is not bad for a new IP.

    No Time To Die

    Daniel Craigs final Bond outing stays put at number 2 this weekend with a gross of £1.5 Million, a very slim 21% on its 7th weekend of release, which could be down to people finally deciding its safe to go back to cinemas and not wanting to miss the big screen experience.

    The movie has taken a massive £92.7 Million in the UK and it will end up as the top movie of 2021, I don't think even Spider-Man: No Way Home can beat this, and with the movie coming out so late in the year much of its take will be in 2022.

    The movie is still the 5th top movie of all time in the UK, but it should be able to take Avatar by next weekend and settle under Spectre and Skyfall on the top 5 UK movies of all time, it will most likely struggle to get over £100 Million in the UK though.

    Dune

    Remaining at number 3 this weekend is director Denis Villeneuve take on the classic schi-fi noval which takes £1.7 Million over the weekend, again a very slim drop of only 24%.

    This gives the movie a total UK gross of £18.9 Million and the 4th top movie of 2021 as it prepares to overtake Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway at number 3.

    The movie is now the top grossing movie in the UK for the celebrated director having just overtaken the UK gross of 2017's Blade Runner 2049.

    Spencer

    The bio-pic of Princess Diana goes on wider release and climbs to number 4 on the box office with £698,065, a 29% increase over last weekend where it debuted at number 6.

    The movie starring Kristen Stewart as the late Princess has taken £1.5 Million in the UK after 2 weeks.

    The Boss Baby 2: Family Business

    Staying put at number 5 this weekend is the animated sequel which takes £574,218 on its 4th weekend, a very small 5% drop, giving the movie a total in the UK of £6.4 Million.

    A new poster has been released for upcoming movie The Batman which can seen in full if you scroll down this page.

    The poster features Robert Pattinson as the title character, and there is a new treatment for the logo which also features Zoe Kravitz who plays Cat Woman.

    • The movie stars among others Robert Pattinson and Andy Serkis
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    Check out the movie page for more information on this upcoming movie.

    James Bond retakes the top of the UK box office as No Time To Die and Dune have a photo finish with with only £200,000 separating them at the finish line.

    Top new movie of the weekend is Last Night In Soho which enters at number 8 this week with £731,950, although the highest debut of the week is Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone which is re-released to celebrate 20 years since its release, it makes its debut at 6 with £965,007.

    Also new this weekend are Antlers at number 11 with £251,100 and My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission at number 12 with &pond;218,956 while Cliff Richard - The Great 80 Tour which hit cinemas on Wednesday was at number 13 for the weekend with £157,345.

    UK box office QuickView

    • Number 1 - No Time To Die (4th weekend - non consecutive)
    • Highest debut - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (@6)
    • Longest run - No Time To Die (5 weeks)
    • Highest total gross - No Time To Die ($85.9 Million)

    United Kingdom box office top 5 box office breakdown weekend 29th - 31st October 2021

    No Time To Die

    Far and away the biggest hit of 2021 (so far) goes back to the top of the UK box office in a very tight battle with Dune with the Bond movie winning the race by just £202,149.

    Daniel Craigs final Bond outing takes £3.5 Million over the weekend, a very slim 25% drop over last weekend when it fell to number 2.

    This gives the movie a total UK gross of £85.9 Million over its 5 weeks of release, this also makes it the top movie of 2021 and the 5th top movie ever in the UK.

    Unlike Tenet last year, which was released too early, the Bond movie, which has a bigger appeal anyway, has got people to go back to cinemas, and for the 5th weekend running the box office top 15 has grossed over £15 Million, something which hasn't happened since the end of 2019 start of 2020 when Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was released.

    Also the movie has broken the record to most consecutive days grossing over £1 Million, it currently stands at 33 days.

    Dune

    Director Denis Villeneuve's take on the classic sci-fi movie falls to number 2 this weekend with £3.3 Million, this gives it a very good 44% drop on its second weekend of release.

    This gives the movie a total gross of £13.2 Million and it pushes it into the top 10 movies of 2021 at number 9.

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Staying put at number 3 this weekend is the Spiderverse villain movie which takes £1,5 Million on its 3rd weekend, a good 39% drop over last week, giving the movie a total UK gross of £14.7 Million and the 7th top movie of 2021.

    The Addams Family 2

    The animated sequel goes back up to number 4 this weekend with a take of £1.4 Million, and increase of 40% over last weekend, largely due to the school autumn half term.

    This gives the movie a total gross of £8.9 Million over 4 weeks of release.

    The Boss Baby 2: Family Business

    Also benefitting from the school half term in another animated sequel which takes £1.3 Million over the weekend as the movie falls to number 5, this is an 11% increase from last weekend, this movie has taken £4.9 Million after 2 weeks of release.