Big Screen – this week’s top ten at the cinema…

  1. Knowing
  2. Number cruncher… Nicholas Cage plays an astrophysicist who decodes a page of numbers that predict a host of disasters.

  3. Marley & Me
  4. Canine catastrophe… Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson play a married couple whose lives are turned around by a havoc-wreaking dog, Marley.

  5. Paul Blart: Mall Cop
  6. Checkout it out… A rotund security guard has to employ all of his crime-fighting skills when a gang of villains lay siege to his shopping mall.


  7. The Damned United
  8. Ball control… Michael Sheen steps into the shoes of Brian Clough in this sports drama about the charismatic football star’s tenure as manager of Leeds United.

  9. Duplicity
  10. Secret service… Julia Roberts and Clive Owen play two corporate spies with a romantic history who collaborate to carry out a complicated con. Features plot twists and Julia Roberts’ Smile™.

  11. Gran Torino
  12. Reformed character… Clint Eastwood directs and stars as a Korean War veteran who attempts to reform a teen gang member.

  13. Lesbian Vampire Killers
  14. Bump in the night… Gavin & Stacey’s James Corden and Matthew Horne play two down-on-their-luck slackers, who escape to a remote village in Wales only to discover the local women have been enslaved by lesbian vampires.

  15. Watchmen
  16. Power struggle… Based on the iconic comic book series of the same name, this fantasy thriller sees a ragtag group of costumed vigilantes coming together under threat from an unseen enemy.

  17. The Young Victoria
  18. Stiff upper lip… Emily Blunt portrays the young Queen Victoria during the turbulent years of her early reign.

  19. Bronson
  20. Behind bars… British actor Tom Hardy packs a punch in this biopic of notorious criminal Charles Bronson’s rise to infamy.

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