Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Prometheus
  2. Space race… Ridley Scott journeys back into the Alien universe for his return to sci-fi, this time following a team of explorers who encounter a sinister threat.


  3. Snow White and the Huntsman
  4. Reflected glory… Kristen Stewart is deemed fairer than Charlize Theron by a talking mirror in this action-adventure spin on the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale.

  5. Rock of Ages
  6. Don’t Stop Believin’… Adapted from a Broadway musical, this rock ‘n’ roll romantic comedy sees a cast including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Russell Brand and Tom Cruise performing hits from the likes of Bon Jovi and Guns N’ Roses.

  7. Avengers Assemble
  8. Team effort… Joss Whedon unites some of Marvel’s most noteworthy superheroes to save Earth from a deadly onslaught launched by Thor’s adoptive brother, Loki.

  9. Taken
  10. Tough love… Liam Neeson’s ex-CIA agent doesn’t let dozens of bad guys stand in the way of rescuing his abducted daughter from sex-traffickers in this furious action thriller.

  11. The Hunger Games
  12. Survival of the fittest… This action-adventure fantasy adaptation of Suzanne Collins bestselling novel sees Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) pitted against other youngsters in a televised battle to the death.

  13. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
  14. Brits abroad… A group of pensioners – played by an all-star line up of British acting talent that includes Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and Bill Nighy – embark on a new life in India in this uplifting comedy.

  15. The Dictator
  16. Desperate despot… Borat and Bruno star Sacha Baron Cohen mixes comedy and controversy again in his latest feature-length outing, this time as the tyrant Admiral General Aladeen.

  17. American Pie: Reunion
  18. Last slice… Nine years on from their last big-screen outing, the original American Pie characters get together for a raucous school reunion. Expect sexual shenanigans and drunken debauchery.

  19. The Woman In Black
  20. Spooked… Things go bump in the night for Daniel Radcliffe in this horror-thriller about an Edwardian solicitor who travels to a remote village where the locals are terrorised by an unknown entity.

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