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What does a guy have to do to make it big in America? You'd have thought recent shenanigans would have propelled Hugh Grant's new comedy Nine Months to the top spot, but he's been beaten by Steven Seagal (in Under Siege 2), a man with a pony-tail for goodness sake. Nine Months reaches these shores on 20 Oct, while Under Siege 2... oh, come on, you don't really care, do you?

TOP 10 UK

1 (-) Batman Forever US

2 (1) First Knight US

3 (2) Congo US

4 (3) Bad Boys US

5 (4) Jack and Sarah UK

6 (5) Muriel's Wedding Aus

7 (7) Rob Roy US

8 (6) Richie Rich US

9 (-) 101 Dalmatians US

10 (11) Friday US

TOP 10 US

1 (1) Apollo 13...................................................... US

2 (-) Under Siege 2: Dark Territory US

3 (-) Nine Months US

4 (2 Species US

5 (4) Pocahontas US

6 (-) The Indian in the Cupboard US

7 (3) First Knight US

8 (5) Batman Forever US

9 (6) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers US

10 (7) Judge Dredd US

Chart courtesy of Screen International

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