Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. The Time Traveler’s Wife
  2. Endless love… Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams star in this sci-fi romance about a man with a genetic condition that causes him to involuntarily time travel, and the complications it creates for his marriage.

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  3. The Hurt Locker
  4. Battle station… Set in Iraq, this action thriller follows an elite US Army bomb squad as they struggle to control their wild new leader.

  5. Terminator Salvation
  6. Robot wars… Christian Bale attempts to save humanity from being wiped out by intelligent machines – and woe betide any cinematographers who get in his way.

  7. Pandorum
  8. Identity crisis… Dennis Quaid stars in this sci-fi thriller about the crew members of a spaceship, who wake up with no knowledge of their mission or their identities.

  9. The Ugly Truth
  10. Heart of the matter… This romantic comedy sees a lovelorn TV producer having her eyes opened to the realities of dating by her show’s chauvinist presenter.

  11. The Hangover
  12. Night to remember… Four friends travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. The next morning, they wake up with no memory of the night before!

  13. Couples Retreat
  14. Make or break… Vince Vaughn and Sex and the City’s Kristin Davis star in this comedy about four troubled couples forced into relationship therapy at a tropical island resort.

  15. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  16. It’s a kind of magic… Harry and his Hogwarts cohorts have to contend with a new potions teacher, Voldemort’s Death Eaters, and raging hormones in their sixth year at the School of Witchraft and Wizardry.

  17. District 9
  18. Illegal aliens… A bureaucrat’s attempts to relocate a stranded alien species from a refugee camp in Johannesburg go awry in this Peter (Lord of the Rings) Jackson produced sci-fi.

  19. The Invention of Lying
  20. Liar, liar… This comedy, set in a world where people can only tell the truth, sees Ricky Gervais as a film writer telling lies for personal gain.