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Directed by

Hal Hartley


Adrienne Shelly
Maria Coughlin
Martin Donovan
Matthew Slaughter
Rebecca Nelson
Jean Coughlin
John MacKay
Jim Slaughter
Edie Falco
Peg Coughlin
Gary Sauer
Matt Malloy
Suzanne Costollos
Jeff Howard
Karen Sillas
Nurse Paine
Tom Thon
Deli Man
Hannah Sullivan
Ruark Boss
Marko Hunt
John Coughlin
Kathryn Mederos
Factory Woman
Bill Sage
John Bill
Julie Kessler
Biker Mom
Robby Anderson
Joey Blech
Chris Cooke
Diner Guy
Bea Delizio
Woman on Couch
Tamu Favorite
Leo Gosse
Uncle Leo
Elizabeth Gouse
Grace Blech
Mildred Jones
Nurse #2
Pathena Parish
Factory Girl
Scott Robinson
Nena Segal
Aunt Fay
Jean Kay Sifford
Pamela Stewart
Mrs. Blech
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Year: 1990
 107 minutes (1 hrs 47 mins)
Canada release date Canada release: 9th September 1990
UK release date UK release: 20th September 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 1st April 1991
UK total gross
  £47.4 Thousand

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Why You Can't Trust Ratings to Tell You a Movie Is Appropriate for Your Kids  Lifehacker Fri, 11th June 2021

Never Trust a Demon  The Source Weekly Wed, 9th June 2021

We all knew it was coming but hoped that maybe somehow things would improve, but with the slow reopening of cinemas and paying audiences still not feeling safe many films have had their release schedules changed.

Among them are Black Widow, Eternals, Death On The Nile, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and West Side Story, most of which have now gone into 2021 which at the moment seems like a safer bet.

Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson has changed to May 7th 2021 and is perhaps one of the biggest to have a change, this could still see a debut on Disney+ if things don't improve quick enough.

West Side Story from director Steven Spielberg has gone on a whole year to December 10th 2021, this originally set to be a big 2020 holiday movie and Oscar contender.

Interestingly Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune which was set to be released the same day has not (yet) moved from December 18th 2020.

Death On The Nile has moved to December 18th 2020, not into 2021 yet but it is the same day as Dune and (which I'm sure will move) and long awaited comedy sequel starring Eddie Murphy, Coming 2 America, although with no trailer or poster yet this will move to same time in 2021 at some point.

Eternals, another Marvel feature, has moved to later in 2021, November 5th, and also from Marvel Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has changed to July 9th.

With the UK about to go back into some kind of lockdown the state of cinemas is looking as uncertain as ever, it is being suggested that Tenet's box office was effected because Warner Bros. opened the movie when people were simply not ready to go back to the movies.

There needs to be a breakthrough in overcoming the virus and cinema chains regaining the trust of the public before things will truly recover and that could be more like the end of 2021 in reality.

Source of much of this story @GiteshPandya on twitter

On the UK video charts the sequel movie London Has Fallen makes its debut at the top knocking off The Divergent Series Allegiant.

London Has Fallen how UK cinemas on 4th March 2016 as a sequel to Olympus Has Fallen from 2013, the film hit the top of the box office on its debut weekend.

A sizeable hit the film was on the box office for 5 weeks and then hung around cinemas for another 8 weeks after that.

A £10.9 million total gross in the UK isn't bad for a disaster movie of this kind, but hte film did perform far better in the UK than in other countries, possibly the setting being part of the reason.

After a debut at the top last week The Divergent Series Allegiant falls to number 3 this week with Kung Fu Panda 3 holding firm at number 2.

Other new film this week are The Witch at number 5 and High Rise at number 7, Norm of The North is new at 11 and The Trust debuts at number 12.