1. One Direction: This Is Us

What Makes Them Beautiful… Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock points his camera at X Factor alumni One Direction, charting their meteoric rise to fame and featuring footage of the band performing live.

 2. Elysium4-single_stars

Space race… Matt Damon poses a muscular threat to Jodie Foster’s elite new world in this futuristic sci-fi thriller from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp.

 3. We’re the Millers3-single_stars

Family front… This US comedy sees a stripper called Rose (Jennifer Aniston) recruited to be part of a fake family – the Millers – by a pot dealer who needs a respectable front to smuggle marijuana from Mexico.

 4. Pain & Gain3-single_stars

Big hitters… Michael Bay helms this crime comedy starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson as a bodybuilder and ex-con whose kidnapping scheme goes awry.

 5. Planes2-single_stars

Uplifting… This computer animated spin-off of Pixar’s Cars franchise follows a cropdusting plane as he battles his fear of heights to compete in an aerial race.

 6. The Way, Way Back4-single_stars

Summer to remember… Steve Carell and Toni Collette star in this coming-of-age comedy that charts a life-changing summer for a withdrawn teenager.

 7. You’re Next

Masked marauders… A gang of attackers turn one family’s wedding anniversary getaway into a bloody nightmare in this US horror film.

 8. Grown Ups 2

Adult humour… This comedy sequel sees old friends Lenny (Adam Sandler), Eric (Kevin James), Kurt (Chris Rock) and Marcus (David Spade) reunited for their kids riotous last day of school.

 9. Despicable Me 23-single_stars

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.

 10. Monster’s University3-single_stars

Back on track… This American drama features an Oscar-winning performance from Sandra Bullock as a woman who helps to nurture a homeless teenager to sporting glory.