Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Centurion
  2. Bloody battle… Neil Marshall (The Descent) directs this historical action thriller about a group of Roman soldiers fighting for their lives after their legion is wiped out in a brutal ambush.


  3. Sherlock Holmes
  4. Partners in crime… Sleuth Holmes (Robert Downey Jr) and stalwart sidekick Watson (Jude Law) are on the trail of a serial killer who appears to have risen from the dead in Guy Ritchie’s period thriller.

  5. The Blind Side
  6. Back on track… This American drama features an Oscar-winning performance from Sandra Bullock as a woman who helps to nurture a homeless teenager to sporting glory.

  7. Shutter Island
  8. Mind games… Leo DiCaprio plays a US marshal sent to investigate the disappearance of a patient from a remote psychiatric hospital in Martin Scorsese’s dark thriller.

  9. Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
  10. Child scare… This fantasy sequel, set during World War Two, sees the magical nanny arrive on a family farm to help a hectic young mother cope with her three boisterous children and their two spoiled cousins.

  11. Where the Wild Things Are
  12. Bedtime story… A little boy discovers a whole world of monsters in his closet in Spike Jonze’s adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s much-loved children’s storybook.

  13. Clash of the Titans
  14. Greek tragedy… This big-budget remake of the 1981 fantasy classic stars Avatar’s Sam Worthington as Perseus, the demi-god charged with rescuing Argos (the Greek city, not the catalogue-based retail chain) from vengeful Hades and the monstrous Kraken.

  15. Remember Me
  16. Heart of the matter… Twilight’s Robert Pattinson and Lost’s Emilie de Ravin head the cast of this romantic drama about a couple who have both suffered terrible family tragedies.

  17. It’s Complicated
  18. Three’s a crowd… This romantic comedy sees Jane (Meryl Streep) begin an affair with her married ex-huband (Alec Baldwin) while simultaneously getting closer to a lovelorn architect (Steve Martin). It’s complicated!

  19. Whip It
  20. Get your skates on… Drew Barrymore makes her directorial debut with this comedy drama about a teenage misfit (Juno’s Ellen Page) who escapes the misery of her small-town life by joining a roller derby team.

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