Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Paul
  2. Space race… Simon Pegg and Nick Frost head the cast of this sci-fi comedy about two British comic book nerds who encounter a wise-cracking alien as they journey across the U.S.


  3. The Fighter
  4. Packing a punch… Christian Bale gives a knockout performance in this based-on-a-true-story sport drama about the increasingly strained relationship between a professional boxer (Mark Wahlberg) and his older half-brother and sometime trainer, Dicky Ecklund (Bale).

  5. I Am Number Four
  6. Out of this world… This sci-fi fantasy sees Stormbreaker’s Alex Pettyfer light up the screen (literally) as a teen alien, whose peculiar powers mature just as he must battle a deadly enemy.

  7. True Grit
  8. Rough and ready… The Coen Brothers put their own mark on this Western remake about a grizzled U.S. Marshal who helps a young woman track down her father’s murderer.

  9. West is West
  10. Family matters… This comedy-drama sequel to 1999’s East is East is set in 1975, four years after its predecessor, with George Khan determined to set his teenage son Sajid on the right track with a visit to Pakistan.

  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. Gnomeo & Juliet
  14. Wrong side of the fence… James McAvoy and Emily Blunt voice two garden gnomes in this animated spin on Shakespeare’s classic tale of star-crossed lovers.

  15. Due Date
  16. Special delivery… The director of The Hangover hits the road again with this comedy about a stranded father-to-be, Peter (Robert Downey Jr.) who is forced to hitch a ride with an aspiring actor (Zach Galifianakis) in a desperate bid to make it to his child’s birth.

  17. The Rite
  18. A man possessed… Anthony Hopkins tingles spines in this supernatural thriller about a student who is sent to Rome to take a course on exorcisms.

  19. The King’s Speech
  20. Royal appointment… Colin Firth leads the cast of this Oscar-winning 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.

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