Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

1. After Earth2-single_stars

Family ties… Will and Jaden Smith play a father and son team stranded on a hostile, long-abandoned Earth in this futuristic sci-fi thriller from Signs helmer M Night Shyamalan. 


2. Behind the Candelabra4-single_stars

All that glitters… There are highs and lows for Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in this portrayal of the tempestuous relationship between flamboyant pianist Liberace and his younger lover.

3. Fast and Furious 63-single_stars

Speed limit… Vin Diesel and his crew are pulled back together in a bid to take down a skilled mercenary organisation in this sixth instalment of the full-throttle action franchise.

4. The Big Wedding1-single_stars

Marriage of inconvenience… A long-divorced couple pretend to be happily married in this starry US comedy, which boasts a line-up including Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon, Diane Keaton and Robin Williams. 

5. Iron Man 34-single_stars

Suited and booted… Robert Downey Jr throws on his armour-plated superhero suit once again to see off a formidable threat in the form of Ben Kingsley!

6. Star Trek Into Darkness4-single_stars

Set phasers to stun… Kirk, Spock and the rest of the Enterprise crew are back in this warp-speed paced sequel to JJ Abrams’ 2009 blockbuster – but is their new foe what he seems?

7. Oz the Great and Powerful3-single_stars

Not in Kansas anymore… Sam Raimi takes James Franco on a trip along the Yellow Brick Road in this prequel to 1939’s classic fantasy adventure The Wizard of Oz, exploring the origins of the eponymous figure.

8. Django Unchained4-single_stars

Wild west… A freed slave joins forces with a German bounty hunter as he seeks to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner in Quentin Tarantino’s sharpshooting Western revenge thriller.

9. Summer in February3-single_stars

Three’s a crowd… Dominic Cooper, Dan Stevens and Emily Browning head the cast of this true-life tale of a love triangle in the artistic community of Edwardian Cornwall.

10. Olympus Has Fallen3-single_stars

Presidential peril… Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman are at the centre of a national crisis when terrorists attack the White House.

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