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UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd February 2013...

Tom Hooper's acclaimed adaptation of the celebrated musical Les Misérables has topped the UK box office chart for the fourth consecutive week, banking another £2.79M to retain first place and push its cumulative gross beyond the £30M mark - the first release of 2013 to do so. Meanwhile Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained made it three in a row in second place, fending off competition from Robert Zemeckis' live-action return Flight, with the Denzel Washington-headlined drama banking £1,401,214 to take third and knock Steven Spielberg's Lincoln and Ang Lee's Life of Pi down into fourth and fifth respectively.

In the bottom half of the chart, Tsunami drama The Impossible held onto sixth place, having pulled in just over £12M after four weekends on screens, while Zero Dark Thirty slipped two spots to seventh and Disney-Pixar's Monsters, »

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