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

  1. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
  2. Sub-zero heroes… The third instalment in the animated franchise sees Sid’s attempts to start a family landing him – and his pals – in a strange underground world.


  3. Public Enemies
  4. Cops and robbers… Michael Mann directs this Thirties-set thriller in which FBI agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) is tasked with bringing gangster John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) to justice.

  5. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  6. Robots in disguise… This big-budget sequel sees Sam Witwicky again joining forces with the Autobots in their battle against the Decepticons; a battle, it seems, that may have started on Earth many years before…

  7. The Hangover
  8. Night to remember… Four friends travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. The next morning, they wake up with no memory of the night before!

  9. My Sister’s Keeper
  10. Family ties… Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin and Alec Baldwin star in this adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel about a young girl suffering from leukemia and the efforts of her family to keep her alive.

  11. Kambakkht Ishq
  12. Bruised ego… This Bollywood romcom charts the misadventures of an Indian stuntman who takes Hollywood by storm, but can’t find true love.

  13. Year One
  14. In the beginning… When a couple of lazy hunter-gatherers (Jack Black and Michael Cera) are banished from their primitive village, they set off on an epic journey to find the end of the Earth.

  15. Night at the Museum 2
  16. Lively display… History comes to life in this adventure-comedy sequel, as museum security guard Larry (Ben Stiller) does battle with more restless exhibits.

  17. Terminator Salvation
  18. Robot wars… Christian Bale attempts to save humanity from being wiped out by intelligent machines – and woe betide any cinematographers who get in his way.

  19. Sunshine Cleaning
  20. Clean sweep… Determined to raise enough money to send her young son to private school, single mum Rose (Amy Adams) starts a crime scene clean-up business with her unreliable sister Norah (Emily Blunt).

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