Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. The Boat That Rocked
  2. Rocky waters… Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy and Rhys Ifans star in this period ensemble comedy about a pirate radio station broadcasting from a ship.


  3. The Damned United
  4. Ball control… Michael Sheen steps into the shoes of Brian Clough in this sports drama about the charismatic football star’s tenure as manager of Leeds United.

  5. Outlander
  6. Crash course… Set in Norway, during the reign of the Vikings, this sci-fi adventure sees an extraterrestrial warrior crash land on Earth with a predatory stowaway.

  7. 17 Again
  8. Young at heart… Thirtysomething Mike (Matthew Perry) is stuck in a rut. Then, one morning, he wakes up as a 17-year-old version of himself (Zak Efron) and gets to change the course of his life. Who says you’re only young once?

  9. In the Loop
  10. Party politics… This fly-on-the-wall style comedy follows government officials on both sides of the pond as they gear up to launch a war in the Middle East.

  11. Slumdog Millionaire
  12. Hot seat… Questions are asked when a teen orphan from the slums of Mumbai makes it to the final rounds of India’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

  13. Shifty
  14. Street life… This urban thriller follows a young crack dealer, whose life spirals out of control when his best friend returns home.

  15. Watchmen
  16. Power struggle… Based on the iconic comic book series of the same name, this fantasy thriller sees a ragtag group of costumed vigilantes coming together under threat from an unseen enemy.

  17. I Love You, Man
  18. Male bonding… A friendless groom-to-be goes goes on a series of ‘man-dates’ to find a best man for his wedding.

  19. Knowing
  20. Number cruncher… Nicholas Cage plays an astrophysicist who decodes a page of numbers that predict a host of disasters.

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