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

  1. The Wolverine
  2. Clawing his way back… Hugh Jackman cuts an imposing figure in his second feature-length solo outing as the razor-clawed mutant hero, who this time must battle deadly samurai – and his own inner demons – in Japan.
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  3. Monster’s University
  4. Class act… Disney Pixar’s prequel to 2001’s hit animation Monsters, Inc. joins Mike and Sulley in their pre-professional-scaring university days.

  5. Despicable Me 2
  6. Holding out for a hero… Once-evil genius Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) is reluctantly recruited by the Anti-Villain League to bring down a rival fiend in this sequel to 2010’s hit family animation.

  7. The World’s End
  8. One for the road… A pub crawl reunion for five estranged friends (Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Eddie Marsan, Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine) turns into a fight for survival in this sci-fi comedy from the gang behind Shaun of the Dead.

  9. Now You See Me
  10. It’s a kind of magic… A team of illusionists (Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Isla Fisher and Jesse Eisenberg) pull off a series of spectacular bank heists, outwitting an FBI agent (Mark Ruffalo) and Interpol detective (Melanie Laurent), in this mind-bending thriller.

  11. Pacific Rim
  12. Military might… Guillermo del Toro helms this sci-fi thriller, in which Charlie Hunnam and Idris Elba get caught up in an epic battle between colossal alien beasts and the gigantic robots created by humankind to destroy them.

  13. The Internship
  14. Digital age… Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson play out-of-touch salesmen competing against younger, tech-savvy interns for a full-time job at job at Google.

  15. World War Z
  16. Walking wounded… Brad Pitt plays a former United Nations employee tasked with finding a way to halt the global spread of a zombie virus in this adaptation of Max Brooks bestselling apocalyptic horror novel.

  17. Frances Ha
  18. All the right moves..? This US indie comedy follows sparky 27-year-old Brooklyn dancer (even though she’s not very good at dancing) Frances, who is forced to reassess her direction in life when her best friend moves out of their shared apartment.

  19. Man of Steel
  20. Power-up… Director Zach Snyder sends iconic superhero Superman soaring again in this franchise reboot starring Henry Cavill as the titular superhuman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane and Michael Shannon as the vengeful General Zod.

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