James Cameron-Wilson on the UK box office chart, where Joker reigns supreme for a fifth week, the first film to do so since Avatar a decade ago. Stephen King's Doctor Sleep can only make #4 while Ken Loach's Sorry We Missed You enters at #9. For home release, James recommends British drama The Souvenir.
James Cameron-Wilson looks at the UK box office where Joker remains in top slot for an amazing fourth week, pushing Terminator: Dark Fate (6th in the series) to #2 slot. Animated The Addams Family enters at #4 with horror pic Countdown at #8. James's pick for home viewing is the documentary Apollo 11, using archival footage and no commentary.
James Cameron-Wilson on the UK box office, where Joker reigns supreme for a third week. Maleficent 2 clocks in at #2, Shaun the Sheep:Farmageddon at #3, Zombieland: Double Tap at #4 and Official Secrets at #7. At #20, highly recommended by James, is The Peanut Butter Falcon, only in only 65 cinemas. For home release, James's pick is Support The Girls.
James Cameron-Wilson examines the UK box office where Joker steams ahead to £30m after 2 weeks, while the rest succumb to the wet weather. Animated Abominable opens at #2 with Will Smith's Gemini Man at #3. Chris Morris's The Day Shall Come limps in at #8. For home viewing, James recommends the Elle Fanning Isle of Wight-set drama Teen Spirit.
James Cameron-Wilson on the UK box office chart, dominated by a huge £12.6m opening for Joker with Joaquin Phoenix. Judy, with Renee Zellweger, only managed £2.1m at #2. James forecasts that both stars will be Oscar-nominated or, in the case of Judy, "garlanded". For home release James chooses the Mexican film The Chambermaid, which he found compelling in the extreme.
James Cameron-Wilson with the latest news of the UK box office, where Downton Abbey reigns supreme for the third week, amassing an extraordinary £19.4m. New films are horror pic Ready Or Not at #4 and The Goldfinch, based on the Donna Tartt novel at #10. For his home release of the week, James recommends Eighth Grade, an impressive high school drama, billed a comedy, though he didn't feel that was the case.
James Cameron-Wilson casts his eye over the UK box office where, as in the US, the new Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra takes second place to Downton Abbey, still at #1. Rambo: Last Blood comes in at #4 while the new Melissa McCarthy enters at #14. On DVD is the Austrian/German detective series The Pass while James recommends the Blu-Ray release of the Elton John biopic musical Rocketman, for which Taron Egerton is being tipped for an Oscar nomination.
James Cameron-Wilson looks at the UK box office, where Downton Abbey has scored the highest-ever opening for a British period film. In at #3 is the Jennifer Lopez true-life scam movie Hustlers. For home viewing, James recommends the Blu-Ray release of the 1952 Western High Noon starring Gary Cooper.
James Cameron Wilson runs down the top ten most popular films at the UK box office with Ed Bowsher. The rundown includes a review of 'IT Chapter Two', a horror film that is too long in James's view. James also recommends two new DVD releases including 'Longshot', a gross out romantic comedy set in the world of US politics.
James Cameron-Wilson dissects the latest box office news with Once Upon A Time in Hollywood regaining the #1 spot, making it Tarantino's most successful-ever movie. Thriller The Informer only manages to enter the chart at #10 while Mrs. Lowry and Son disappoints at #12. James also reviews cinema doc Memory: The Origins of Alien about the sci-fi classic. His home release is comedy/horror In Fabric.