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For once the testosteronal blast of a new Bruce Willis vehicle is not sweeping all before it. Last Man Standing has done manly business in coming in hot and hard at number two, but Emma is holding firm at the top of the heap, while Eric Rohmer's A Summer's Tale and, ulp!, Zeffirelli's dodgy Jane Eyre (right) offer gratifyingly fragrant counterpoise.

(All figures denote weekend box-office only)

TOP 10 LONDON

1 (1) Emma..................................................................(pounds 98,946) US

2 (-) Last Man Standing.............................................(pounds 77,100) US

3 (2) A Time To Kill.....................................................(pounds 50,921) US

4 (3) Striptease........... ..............................................(pounds 48,176) US

5 (-) Jane Eyre............................................................(pounds 42,484) US

6 (4) Independence Day..............................................(pounds 41,684) US

7 (-) Multiplicity.........................................................(pounds 41,397) US

8 (-) A Summer's Tale................................................(pounds 15,932) Fra

9 (5) Escape From LA..................................................(pounds 13,623) US

10 (7) Stealing Beauty..................................................(pounds 13,340) US

Chart supplied by `Screen International'

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