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

  1. The Croods
  2. Caving in… It’s back to prehistoric times for this animated comedy, in which a cave-dwelling stone-age family journey through a dangerous land in search of a new home.


  3. GI Joe: Retaliation
  4. Battle stations… Hasbro’s heroic special unit soldiers return to the big screen to face off a threat not just from their mortal enemy, Cobra, but within the government.

  5. Trance
  6. Art attack… Danny Boyle plays mind games on James McAvoy in this energetic heist movie about an art auctioneer who becomes involved with a criminal gang and a captivating hypnotherapist.

  7. Jack the Giant Slayer
  8. Fee-fi-fo-fum… This retelling of the classic fairy tale casts Nicholas Hoult as the titular Jack, a young farmhand who is set on rescuing a princess from a race of giants.

  9. The Host
  10. Taking over… This adaptation of Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling novel follows Melanie Stryder (Saoirse Ronan) as she battles to survive in a future where aliens have taken control of nearly every human mind on the planet.

  11. Oz the Great and Powerful
  12. Not in Kansas anymore… Sam Raimi takes James Franco on a trip along the Yellow Brick Road in this prequel to 1939’s classic fantasy adventure The Wizard of Oz, exploring the origins of the eponymous figure.

  13. Identity Thief
  14. Clone war… Colorado businessman Sandy (Jason Bateman) heads to Florida to confront the woman who has stolen his identity (Bridesmaid’s Melissa McCarthy) and is splashing his cash in this comedy from the director of Horrible Bosses.

  15. Side Effects
  16. Pill popping…. Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller sees a troubled young woman (Rooney Mara) prescribed an experimental drug – with devastating consequences.

  17. Finding Nemo 3D
  18. Fishy favourite… Timid clownfish Marlin’s attempt to rescue his abducted son Nemo is given extra depth in this 3D re-release of Disney Pixar’s classic underwater adventure.

  19. In the House
  20. House-hold… French director Francois Ozon’s darkly comic drama follows a teenager’s efforts to insinuate himself into a fellow pupil’s home life.

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