Big Screen – this week’s top ten at the cinema…

  1. The Sweeney
  2. Law and disorder… Ray Winstone and Ben Drew (better known as musician Plan B) play tough-nut law enforcers in this feature-length reworking of the 1970s TV crime drama.


  3. ParaNorman
  4. Dead funny… A misunderstood kid appears to be the only person capable of saving his town from ghoulish spectres and zombies in this freakishly fun family animation.

  5. Anna Karenina
  6. Novel approach… Keira Knightley plays the titular socialite who engages in a life-changing affair in this adaptation of the classic Leo Tolstoy classic romantic tragedy.

  7. Lawless
  8. Banned of brothers… A brotherhood of bootleggers (Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf and Jason Clarke) take on a corrupt lawman (Guy Pearce) in this gangster epic set in Prohibition-era America.

  9. Dredd
  10. Judgment Day… 2000 AD comic strip character Judge Dredd is brought to life by actor Karl Urban in this sci-fi thriller, which sees the titular law enforcer tasked with bringing order to a high-rise slum.

  11. Hope Springs
  12. Heart of the matter… Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones star in this gentle comedy about a middle-aged couple hoping to revive their waning marriage.

  13. Brave
  14. Fighting spirit… Disney Pixar’s latest release charts the fortunes of a determined princess out to undo a dark curse.

  15. Total Recall
  16. Identity crisis… Colin Farrell thinks he’s Arnold Schwarzenegger in this remake of the 1990 sci-fi thriller about a man with muddled memories.

  17. The Possession
  18. Box fresh… Based on a true story (apparently), this supernatural thriller follows a young girl who acquires a mysterious box containing a malicious spirit.

  19. Ted
  20. Furry friend… Years after being magically brought to life, a foul-mouthed, heavy-drinking teddy bear (voiced by Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane) is shunned by his long-term human companion (Mark Wahlberg).

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