The Book of Life

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Hunger Games: Mockingjay shoots straight to the top at the UK box office
Part 1 of the latest sequel matches predecessor Catching Fire – and can expect a clear run until the Hobbit franchise returns, writes Charles Gant

Charles Gant

25, Nov, 2014 @6:40 PM

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The Imitation Game cracks UK box office, Interstellar keeps high orbit
Second world war thriller starring Benedict Cumberbatch as codebreaker Alan Turing finds the perfect combination for success

Charles Gant

18, Nov, 2014 @2:53 PM

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Interstellar goes into orbit at UK box office with Mr Turner rising fast
Charles Gant: Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film tops the UK chart with an epic weekend gross, while Mike Leigh’s art biopic makes its mark

Charles Gant

11, Nov, 2014 @4:19 PM

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Interstellar dominates global box office but Big Hero 6 wins in US
Cosmos-hopping space opera takes $132m across the world, but is six million shy of Disney’s $56m take in America

Catherine Shoard

10, Nov, 2014 @7:32 AM

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Mr Turner makes a big impression at the UK box office
A huge draw at arthouse and multiplex alike, Mike Leigh’s acclaimed biopic, starring Timothy Spall as the great 19th-century painter, exceeds expectations, writes Charles Gant

Charles Gant

04, Nov, 2014 @6:15 PM

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Choppy waters for Serena as Fury storms UK box office
Brad Pitt’s second world war tank drama obliterates the competition, including Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reunion and This Is Where I Leave You

Charles Gant

28, Oct, 2014 @5:31 PM

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The Book of Life review – vibrantly alternative animation
Guillermo del Toro’s creative fingerprints are everywhere in this refreshingly sparky and laugh-out-loud funny family film, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

25, Oct, 2014 @11:05 PM

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