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

  1. Get Him to the Greek
  2. Excess baggage… This comedy sees a hapless record company intern charged with getting outlandish rocker Aldous Snow (played by outlandish comic Russell Brand) from Britain to a concert at L.A.’s Greek Theatre.


  3. Killers
  4. Marriage of inconvenience… This comedy thriller sees the idyllic life of married couple Spencer (Ashton Kutcher) and Jen (Katherine Heigl) rocked when Spencer’s contract-killing days catch up with him.

  5. Sex and the City 2
  6. Couture clash… Carrie and her three well-heeled friends find that an all-expenses paid trip to Abu Dhabi isn’t quite all it’s cracked up to be in this spin-off comedy sequel.

  7. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
  8. Time flies… Based on a video game franchise, this action-adventure follows a wayward prince (Jake Gyllenhaal) who joins forces with a rival princess (Gemma Arterton) to stop a common enemy from turning back the sands of time and rewriting the past.

  9. StreetDance 3D
  10. Moving on up… Featuring Britain’s Got Talent alumni George Sampson, Diversity and Flawless, this British film follows a street dance crew and a group of ballet students as they are forced to dance together in preparation for a dance contest.

  11. Death at a Funeral
  12. Grave tidings… Chaos erupts at a funeral ceremony when the dark secrets of a recently deceased patriarch of a dysfunctional family are exposed.

  13. The Collector
  14. House of horrors… An ex-con breaks into a house, only to find a sadistic criminal has imprisoned the owners and rigged the property with a series of deadly traps.

  15. Letters to Juliet
  16. The write stuff… Mama Mia!’s Amanda Seyfried stars in this romantic drama about a young woman who goes to Italy and embarks on a mission to find the lovers referenced in a series of letters to Juliet Capulet.

  17. Robin Hood
  18. Riding through the glen… Russell Crowe battles with Norman invaders and an English accent in this Robin Hood origins story from director Ridley Scott.

  19. Wild Target
  20. Shot to the heart… Bill Nighy stars in this British comedy as an assassin drawn to one of his targets, played by Emily Blunt.

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