Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
  2. Creature comfort… This family comedy sees the chirpy Chipmunks and The Chipettes stranded on a tropical island – which may not be as deserted as it first seems.


  3. Hugo
  4. Unlocking the past… Set in 1930s Paris, Martin Scorsese’s fantasy adventure sees a young orphan set out to unravel a personal mystery.

  5. Puss in Boots
  6. Feline funny… This Shrek spin-off prequel joins the titular fearless feline – and a ragtag assortment of friends – on an adventure prior to his first encounter with everyone’s favourite big-screen ogre.

  7. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1
  8. Labour pains… The first part of the final instalment in Stephenie Meyer’s romantic fantasy franchise sees the worlds of Bella, Edward and Jacob rocked by Bella’s pregnancy!

  9. Happy Feet Two
  10. Dancing on ice… The sequel to 2006’s toe-tapping animation sees dancing penguin Mumble’s son struggling to find his own true talent – in the face of a new threat to the penguin population!

  11. The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn
  12. Character driven… Steven Spielberg helms this performance-capture action adventure in which Hergés classic character Tintin and friends embark on quest to find a sunken ship.

  13. The Lion King
  14. Circle of life… Disney’s award-winning 1994 animation about an exiled lion cub claws its way into the DVD chart, having recently recaptured the hearts of cinemagoers in 3D.

  15. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  16. Scrap metal… This third instalment of the sci-fi franchise joins Sam Witwicky as he and the Autobots battle to stop the Decepticons from activating a devastating Cybertronian technology. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley pouts throughout.

  17. The Hangover Part II
  18. Best forgotten… This comedy sequel sees the ‘Woolpack’ quartet reunite in Thailand for a pre-wedding brunch they’ll never forget – and possibly never remember.

  19. The Smurfs
  20. True blue… The little blue stars of the 1980 kids’ animation series get a big-screen outing in this family comedy starring Hank Azaria and Neil Patrick Harris.

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