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

  1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
  2. Dazzling dénouement… The blockbusting fantasy franchise comes to an end as Harry has a final face-off with his nemesis, Lord Voldemort, as the forces of good at Hogwarts battle against the sinister Death Eaters.

  3. Captain America: The First Avenger
  4. Holding out for a hero… Chris Evans goes from zero to hero in this big screen outing of Marvel’s comic book character, which pits the titular avenger against the evil head of a Nazi research department during World War II.


  5. Cars 2
  6. Full throttle… The animated automobiles of 2006’s Cars return in this Pixar sequel, which sees race car Lightning McQueen competing in the World Grand Prix and tow truck Mater drawn into an international espionage plot!

  7. Horrible Bosses
  8. Work woes… Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrel play employers from hell who may come to regret pushing three of their employees too far in this dark comedy.

  9. Horrid Henry: The Movie
  10. Child’s play… Unruly schoolboy Henry, whose scampish pranks were previously confined to children’s books and a CiTV series, brings his personal brand of hijinks to the big screen in this live-action 3D family comedy.

  11. The Zookeeper
  12. Animal magic… Grown Ups star Kevin James takes the lead in this family comedy about a lovelorn zookeeper who gets a lesson in affairs of the heart from an unlikely source – the talking animals in his zoo.

  13. Bridesmaids
  14. Wedding belles… Asked to be her best friend’s maid of honor, Annie attempts to lead her ragtag group of fellow bridesmaids through a series of pre-wedding rituals with disasterous – and hilarious – results.

  15. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  16. Scrap metal… This third instalment of the sci-fi franchise joins Sam Witwicky as he and the Autobots battle to stop the Decepticons from activating a devastating Cybertronian technology. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley pouts throughout.

  17. The Guard
  18. Cop clash… Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle star as two mismatched law enforcers partnered to investigate a drug-smuggling ring in this Irish comedy.

  19. Beginners
  20. Family ties… Ewan McGregor takes the lead in this offbeat comedy-drama about a depressive graphic designer who is rocked by two revelations from his father: that he has cancer and that he’s gay.

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