The Money 2014

The Money

Directed by


Lulu Wilson
Lulu Wilson
Brendan Gleeson
James Castman
Gordon McCarren
Patrick Kennedy
John Castman
Dominique McElligott
Katherine Castman
Laila Robins
Ruth Castman
Greg Castman
Morgan Spector
Ray Liotta
George Archer
John Carroll Lynch
Robert Harris
Rosemary Harris
Ellen Knox
Mamie Gummer
Tricia Castman
Erin Gerasimovich
Grandchild #3
David Harewood
Kurt Corbitt
Dean Morris
Gala Attendee
Ruth Negga
Erin Foley
Tracee Chimo Pallero
Jane Mulvaney
Andrea Riseborough
Anna Elkin
Razana Angel
Remy Auberjonois
Louis Russel
Tommy Bayiokos
News Reporter
Jessie C. Bouffier
Richard Branson's Son
Christina Brown
Teena Byrd
Chris Cardona
Officer Allen
Dawn Church
Sarah Dulat
Benjamin Eakeley
Museum Director
Helena Etz
Wealthy Woman
Mark Richard Goldman
Newspaper Editor
Jennifer Johnson
Stephanie Manescu
Isabelle McNally
Patrick Murney
Trey Archer
Sean Nelson
Joe Saulino
Raleigh Shuck
Nicky Simone
Melissa Spence
Adrian Van Ess
Gala Attendee
Thomas D. Weaver
Sergeant Thomas NYPD
Miriam Weisbecker
Meghan Wolf
Penelope Goldcraft
Royal Yates

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Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into town this weekend and takes over at the top of the box office with ease and creates the third highest debut of all time.

Also new this week is Indian movie Pushpa: The Rise - Part 1 from director Sukumar which makes its debut at 7 with £121,892.

There is also a couple of festive re-entries with Home Alone 2: Lost In New York at number 11, It's a Wonderful Life on its 75th year anniversary at number 12 and finally The Muppet Christmas Carol at number 14.

UK box office QuickView

  • Number 1 - Spider-Man: No Way Home (1st weekend)
  • Highest debut - Spider-Man: No Way Home (@1)
  • Longest run - No Time To Die (12 weeks)
  • Highest total gross - No Time To Die (£96.4 Million)

UK weekend box office top 5 breakdown 17th - 19th December 2021

Spider Man: No Way Home

The anticipation for the next movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been sky high over the last few months, especially as rumours began to circulate that there would be appearances from 2 previous generations of Spider-Man in Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.

The movie hit UK movie theatres on Thursday, and in the face of the pandemic the movie packed cinemas up and down the country in a way not seen in a few years.

The film took an eye watering £31.8 Million over its opening frame, a figure which is even higher than 2021's other much anticipated return No Time To Die which took £25.9 Million.

The movie is now the third top opener behind Avengers: Endgame from 2019 and Star Wars: The Force Awakens from 2015.

The movie also instantly became the second top grossing movie of 2021 in the UK, it won't quite beat the 25th Bond movie as t he top movie of 2021 but ultimately it probably will beat its total gross and has a chance to become only the third movie in history to break the £100 Million mark at the UK box office.

To top things off it also took a lion share of the money spent at the box office this weekend with a massive 91%.

Clifford the Big Red Dog

The movie about the Big Red Dog called Clifford held up fairly well in its second weekend and remained at number 2 with £766,122, a 41% drop.

This gives the movie a total gross of £2.3 Million after 2 weekends of release.

West Side Story

Legendary director Steven Spielberg's remake movie drops from the top to number 3 this weekend with £587,305, a 55% drop over last weekend, giving the movie a total gross of £2.9 Million after 2 weeks.

The movie is doing better midweek and if the box office chart was counted Monday to Sunday rather than Friday to Sunday it would have been second with £1,6 Million, probably a testament to its demographic.


Disneys latest movie remains at number 4 this weekend with £360,891, a 43% drop over last weekend, giving the movie a £4.7 Million total after 4 weeks on release.

House of Gucci

Falling to number 5 this week is the Ridley Scott directed movie which takes £289,040 over the weekend, a large 63% drop on its 4th weekend of release, giving the movie a total UK gross of £8 Million.

Last weekend saw Ghostbusters: Afterlife at the top of the UK box office, with 4 new releases can any of them do enough to top the box office chart this weekend?

Here are this weeks new releases

  • House of Gucci
  • Encanto
  • A Boy Called Christmas
  • Pirates

House of Gucci

  • The movie is directed by Ridley Scott, it is the directors 31st movie.
  • Ridley Scott also directed All the Money In the World in 2018 which grossed £3.3 Mil. in the UK.
  • It stars Lady Gaga who also starred in A Star Is Born (2018).
  • The film also stars Adam Driver who last appeared in The Last Duel (2021).
  • UK Box Office Prediction: Number 2


  • The movie is directed by Jared Bush and Byron Howard, it is the directors 2nd movie.
  • Jared Bush and Byron Howard also directed Zootopia in 2016 which grossed £23.8 Mil. in the UK and grossed $1 Bil. globally.
  • It stars Stephanie Beatriz who also starred in Short Term 12 (2013).
  • The film also stars Maria Cecilia Botero who is making a feature film debut.
  • UK Box Office Prediction: Number 5

A Boy Called Christmas

  • The movie is directed by Gil Kenan, it is the directors 4th movie.
  • Gil Kenan also directed Monster House in 2006 which grossed £6.4 Mil. in the UK and grossed $141.9 Mil. globally.
  • It stars Maggie Smith who also starred in Downton Abbey (2019).
  • The film also stars Isabella O'Sullivan who is making a feature film debut.


  • The movie is from director Reggie Yates
  • This movie is a directorial debut.
  • It stars Elliot Edusah who is making a feature film debut.
  • The film also stars Jordan Peters who last appeared in Blue Story (2019).

Check back on Monday to see what new movies made it onto the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next week there are 5 new movies released

  • The Power of the Dog, Monday, 11th October
  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, Friday, 3rd December
  • Silent Night, Friday, 3rd December
  • Blue Bayou, Friday, 3rd December
  • Christmas With Andre, Saturday, 4th December

Star Wars fans around the world have their opinion of what is the best lighsaber battle in the Star Wars movie franchise, so on this Star Wars day at we though we would give our opinion of what we think is the best battle seen on screen in the ever growing list of movies.

5. Rey Vs. Kylo Ren (with help from Finn) from Star Wars: The Force Awakens

There had been a Star Wars drought for a number of years (10 years) and with the buyout of Lucasfilms still fresh in everyones minds as well as the (at the time) badly received prequel trilogy the fan base wanted a good Star Wars movie.

JJ Abrahams was put in charge of directing the film, a life long fan of the series, and he delivered in spades, bringing arguably the best Star Wars film to date.

We instantly took to the new characters of the Rebel Alliances Rey and the First Orders Kylo Ren, and with Rey's force powers hinted at throughout, the dual between the two was inevitable, and at the end of the film Abrahams delivered, set within a forest of the Star Killer Base while the planet explodes around them.

4. Yoda Vs. Count Dooku from Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones

We knew Yoda was a Jedi Master and that he had fought in the Clone Wars that started at the end of the second part of prequel trilogy, and George Lucas knew he had to deliver.

As Yoda walks into the hanger where Count Dooku was trying to board his ship you simply knew what was about to happen, and as he pulls across his robes to reveal a small lightsaber this was the moment, he force pulls his weapon to his hand and turns it on.

The battle doesn't last long, but seeing the small green Jedi Master who usually finds it hard to walk bouncing around the walls during the fight is a joy.

3. Obi Wan Kenobi Vs. Darth Vader from Star Wars

The original movie introduces us to the legendary weapon, something not really seen on the big screen before but throught the stories Ben Kenobi tells Luke during the movie we know that the weapon is elegant and the Jedi are lethal with it.

We also believe at this time that Darth Vader is the arch enemy of Ben Kenobi, and by the end of the movie there has to be a metting of the two, and while trying to escape the Death Star the two come face to face.

Despite the technological abilities in special effects at the time this thrilled fans of a generation and when the inevitable happens at the end we are shocked at the loss of our new hero.

2. Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader on Cloud City from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

This battle comes as no surprise, we have seen Luke go through the training, and go off to rescue his friends, and we get the foreshadowing fof things to come on Dagobah.

When Luke goes into the carbon freeze chamber and the two enemies ignight their sabers in low light we get the almighty battle between the two enemies.

The style and technology used in this film is so much greater than that of the original Star Wars that it feels fresh and thrilling, and at the end of the battle we get one of cinemas greatest reveals, so good to this day it is celebrated as THE movie twist of all times.

1. Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi Vs. Darth Maul from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

The movie gets a lot of criticism, but over the last 20 years time has been kind and in the grander scheme of the saga the fan base is looking at this film more favourably, and it has the best lighsaber battle of all time.

It had been 16 years since we'd had any proper Star Wars to enjoy and despite the film not getting the critical reaction Lucas wanted the Dual Of Fates was spectacular.

The highlight is at the start of the battle as Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan face the Sith Lord Darth Maul, as the John Williams music 'Duel Of Fates' starts to get more intense Maul ignites a single blade on his lightsaber, then the money shot happens and another blade appears from the other side, every Star Wars Fan looked on in amazement as the incredible battle unfolds between the 3 warriors.

The only real shame is that, inevitably, Darth Maul dies at the end of the movie, although in quiet spectacular style, but with little screen time fans wanted more, although as seen in Solo: A Star Wars Story they have brought him back and who knows if he'll appear in another movie or not?

Liam Neeson continues his action movie career with Honest Thief which has been given a 15 age rating in the UK by the BBFC.

Also starring with Liam Neeson are Kate Walsh and Jai Courtney and it is directed by Mark Williams.

The movie has Liam Neeson giving back the money he stole in an exchange in order to get less of a sentence, things don't go to plan!

Here is the BBFC breakdown.

  • Certificate: 15
  • Reason: strong violence
  • Release date: 23rd October 2021
  • Runtime: 98 minutes (1 hour and 38 minutes)
  • The movie was passes uncut
BBFC movie page

The saviour of cinema finally gets a US release and in the process of course tops the box office and with a half decent gross, although Warner Bros. are not giving daily totals for the movie and this total is from the movies initial release and takes in 11 days of release data!

With Tenet easily topping the box office with an 11 day opening weekend! The New Mutants falls to number 2 but still with a half decent second weekend gross while many holdovers fill up the other places on the top 5.

Remember that cinemas in the US are still largely closed, and where there are places open they are strictly under limited capacity allowing for social distancing and many people are still not comfortable sitting in a dark room for 2+ hours with total strangers.

Here is a breakdown of this weeks top 5 movies in the US 4th - 6th September 2020.


Christopher Nolans latest directorial movie has had a troubled time making its way to movie theatres but after a couple of delays it has been released into a troubled marketplace where many cinemas in America are still closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This hasn't stopped everyone from enjoying the movie billed as the saviour of cinema as the movie makes its debut in the US to a reported weekend gross of $20.2 Million.

The movie is in this for the long stay and will no doubt encourage people to movie theatres in the coming weeks and months, although a move to VOD could be on the cards sooner rather than later.

The New Mutants

The latest mutant movie from the X-Men universe falls to number 2 this weekend with a gross of $3.03 Million, better than would have been expected from the critically panned film.

This pushes the movies total gross in the US to $11.7 Million after 2 weeks of release.


Russell Crowes latest movie may not have made the money expected but it has had a good chart run and this week is at number 3 with $1.8 Million.

This takes the films total gross to $11.4 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Bill and Ted Face the Music

The movie hit VOD at the same time at its theatrical release and after a top 3 entry last weekend falls to 4 this week with $773.1K pushing its total theatrical gross to $2.3 Million after 2 weeks.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On the Run

The animated movie is still only on release in Canada and this week climbs to number 5 with $345K taking its 4 week gross to $3.3 Million.