Tue 11 November, 2003 18:50
LONDON (Reuters) - Sci-fi drama "The Matrix Revolutions", which has already smashed box office records in the United States, has jumped to the top of the box office, according to chart compiler Screen International said.
"The Matrix Revolutions" knocked the Disney-Pixar animated tale of a young clown fish, "Finding Nemo", into the number two slot.
The Coen brothers' romantic comedy "Intolerable Cruelty", starring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones, moved up one place to number three.
"Seabiscuit," the true story of a racehorse and the people who helped it overcome the odds to become a winner in Depression era America, was fourth.
At number five was "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", about a group of teenagers terrorised by Leatherface, a rampaging monster armed with a power tool.
U.S. director Quentin Tarantino's martial arts film "Kill Bill - Vol. 1" dropped three places to number six.
Action adventure "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" fell two places to seventh.
"In America", a film about an Irish family who move to New York, slipped one place to eighth while "Calendar Girls", about middle-aged women who pose naked for charity, fell to ninth.
Director Jane Campion's erotic thriller "In the Cut", starring Meg Ryan, fell two places to tenth.