Film Chart

UK DVD & Blu-Ray Chart: Top 10 – 26/07/20

Military Wives couldn’t hold on to the top spot this week as Sam Mendes’ war epic 1917 fights it way back into first place. The data presented below is gathered from Official Charts and includes UK sales of DVDs, Blu-rays, other physical formats.

This week sees 5 films return to the Top 10 following a very quiet week of new releases. Rian Johnson’s whodunnit Knives Out just missed out making it into the Top 10 last week, but this week it sneaks its way up to 4th. Foul play? I suspect not. But with it’s arrival on Amazon Prime imminent, you won’t need to hire Benoit Blanc to investigate when it goes missing from the Top 10 soon.

The Gentlemen, Joker, Jumanji: Next Level, and Bad Boys for Life all make a return into the Top 10, with Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen making the biggest jump, moving all the way up from 28th last week.

Bad Boys for Life and The Gentlemen are both also sitting nicely in the iTunes UK film chart this weekend, with 1917 just clinching on to 10th.

Tomorrow’s new releases include Trolls World Tour (Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray and DVD), A Rainy Day in New York (Blu-ray and DVD), and Marjane Satrapi’s Radioactive (DVD). The Trolls sequel has spent the past couple weeks at the top off the iTunes film chart, so I think it’s safe to predict it’ll be rocking out at in the #1 spot this time next week.


RANKFILMLW RANK
11917 2
2Sonic the Hedgehog 4
3Dolittle 6
4Knives Out 11
5The Gentlemen 28
6Joker 20
7Jumanji: The Next Level 19
8Birds of Prey 3
9Bad Boys for Life 14
10Military Wives 1

*Compiled by the Official Charts Company, the UK’s biggest films on videos of the week, based on sales of DVDs, Blu-Rays and other physical formats, across a seven day period.



Tom Sheffield
Tom joined JumpCut back in 2016 after a cheeky DM slide from Jakob. Shortly after joining, Tom headed the News & Trailer team and later took the reins as Editor in Chief in 2017.

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