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The UK cinema industry is a notoriously fickle bunch.
If the price of tickets is too high or the quality is lacking, a lot of cinemas are closed and they have been since the early 1990s.
As the number of cinema screens has grown over the years, the quality of the cinema has dropped over time, as well.
As a result, it’s hard to pinpoint a “best” cinema for everyone.
But what is it that makes the UK cinema a perfect place to watch cinema?
Let’s take a look.
Top 10 Best Movies in the UK According to UKCinema.com, there are around 50,000 cinemas worldwide, including cinemas on four continents.
But it’s not all about the big, fancy theatres and the best movies.
The most important factors for cinemagoing are quality, location, budget and location diversity.
Top ten best movies in the country are as follows: ‘The Martian’ The film stars Mark Ruffalo and Harrison Ford, who return to Earth to save the world from the impending arrival of a giant, Martian robot.
The film has an estimated global gross of $5 billion.
‘The Interview’ This sci-fi thriller is based on the comedy short film “The Interview”.
It’s a comedy about an international conspiracy to assassinate the President of the United States, which has been going on for more than two decades.
It was released on July 6, 2018, with a worldwide gross of over $100 million.
‘Logan’ It’s the story of a group of young, highly-trained soldiers who must survive a series of missions across three continents, including an epic trek to Antarctica to rescue a woman.
The movie grossed over $6 billion in the US and Canada, and has earned an estimated $15 billion worldwide.
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ It is a revenge thriller, about a former Navy SEAL and his young daughter who must escape the clutches of an evil corporate leader who has captured their daughter.
The plot of the film has been a topic of discussion among film buffs, who have speculated about its ending, and the possibility of a sequel.
‘Inception’ ‘In the shadow of the World Trade Center’ is an adaptation of the bestselling novel by Cormac McCarthy, in which Michael J. Fox, as the title character, escapes from an insane asylum, where he is locked up by the government, and discovers he is the son of the President, Lyndon B. Johnson.
He becomes an American hero, and travels around the country to rescue the President.
‘Gravity’ ‘Grizzly bears’ is a British science fiction thriller starring Idris Elba and Emma Watson, who plays the polar bear.
The story centers around a young boy who is accidentally exposed to a virus, which turns him into a grizzly bear.
It grossed $5.7 billion at the global box office.
‘Avatar’ The sequel to ‘Avatars’ has been described as a love letter to sci-fying cinema, and is a major reason why the film grossed an estimated US$300 million at the worldwide box office, as of August 2018.
‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ ‘Avenge the Planet of the Apes’ was released in July 2019.
The sequel follows a group consisting of humans who are sent to save an endangered species from extinction.
It has grossed a reported US$700 million in the United Kingdom, but the UK has been relatively quiet on the subject of the sequel.
The ‘Avian Chronicles’ The ‘Chronicles’ is the latest film adaptation of a children’s book by Philip K. Dick, and was released at the end of October 2019.
This sci fi story follows a young girl who wakes up from a dream in the middle of the night.
It had an estimated worldwide gross at $3.5 billion at its opening weekend, and it’s expected to be the biggest-grossing film in the series, which also includes ‘The Man in the High Castle’, ‘Empire’ and ‘The Chronicles of Narnia.’
‘Luther’ ‘Lion’ is based off the novel of the same name by British author and screenwriter James Ellroy.
The novel follows the titular Lion, who is sent by God to save humanity from an evil group of gods that have been attacking Earth.
The book grossed the highest amount at its worldwide box-office opening weekend at the time, when it was released, at a US$1.4 billion.
Next on the list is ‘Loving’ and its sequel ‘Losing’, both of which grossed more than US$900 million in 2017 and 2018.
Next up is ‘The Big Short’, which is based around a bank’s attempts to rescue some of its clients from an imminent financial crisis.
It’s expected for a US $2.5-billion domestic debut, and an