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

  1. The King’s Speech
  2. Royal appointment… Colin Firth leads the cast of this period drama about the unorthodox relationship between King George VI and the speech therapist (Geoffrey Rush) set on helping him to overcome his debilitating stammer.

  3. Black Swan
  4. Sinister moves… Natalie Portman takes centre stage in this psycho-thriller about a tormented ballerina.


  5. The Green Hornet
  6. Holding out for a hero… This action comedy sees a rich playboy (Superbad’s Seth Rogen) join forces with one his late father’s most resourceful employees (Jay Chou) to form a masked crimefighting team.

  7. The Dilemma
  8. Secrets and lies… Vince Vaughn faces a conundrum in this Ron Howard comedy about a man who discovers his best friend’s wife is having an affair.

  9. Gulliver’s Travels
  10. Towering figure… This retelling of the classic Jonathan Swift tale sees Jack Black stepping into the sizeable shoes of Lemuel Gulliver, a wannabe travel writer who finds himself stranded on an island occupied by microscopic people.

  11. 127 Hours
  12. Survivor… James Franco is driven to extreme measures in Danny Boyle’s take on the true story of a mountain climber who was trapped by a boulder in an isolated canyon for more than five days in 2003.

  13. Little Fockers
  14. Family ties… The Fockers franchise continues as nurse Greg (Ben Stiller), now a father of twins, goes all out to prove to sceptical father-in-law Jack (Robert De Niro) that he’s capable of becoming the family’s next patriarch.

  15. Morning Glory
  16. Rise and whine… Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton and Rachel McAdams star in this J.J. Abrams-produced comedy set behind the scenes of a struggling morning TV show.

  17. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
  18. It’s a kind of magic… In the first part of the last instalment in the blockbusting franchise, Harry, Ron and Hermione set out on their arduous mission to find and destroy Voldemort’s Horcruxes. Expecto darkness and danger at every turn.

  19. Neds
  20. Street life… Set in Scotland in the 1970s, this coming-of-age drama follows a young teen as he sets about making a name for himself among the street gangs of Glasgow.

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