Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley, has held on to the top spot of the UK film charts for a third week.
Knightley plays Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice
Highly-praised graphic novel adaptation A History of Violence opened at number two, with soccer film Goal in at three.
Guy Ritchie's much-maligned movie Revolver dropped six places to eighth overall, taking 59% less in ticket sales than in its debut week.
Pride and Prejudice, which also stars Matthew Macfadyen, has now taken almost £10m at the box office in three weeks.
There were only two other new films in the top 10 - crime drama Four Brothers, starring Mark Wahlberg, entered the chart in fourth spot while comedy Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo took ninth position.
A History of Violence is being tipped by some critics for Oscar success next year.
Directed by David Cronenberg and starring Viggo Mortensen, it tells the tale of a family man whose past catches up with him.