Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Iron Man 2
  2. Tough exterior… Robert Downey Jr. dons Tony Stark’s suit of powered armour to do battle with some new enemies, including whip-cracking Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke), in this superhero sequel.

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  3. Predators
  4. Hide and shriek… Adrian Brody heads the cast of this sci-fi/horror franchise relaunch as the mercenary leader of a ragtag group of humans being hunted by a fearsome alien race.

  5. Get Him to the Greek
  6. Excess baggage… This comedy sees a hapless record company intern charged with getting outlandish rocker Aldous Snow (played by outlandish comic Russell Brand) from Britain to a concert at L.A.’s Greek Theatre.

  7. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  8. Recurring nightmare… Psychotic dream stalker Freddy Krueger brings terror to a new batch of youngsters in this horror franchise reboot.

  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. Alice in Wonderland
  12. Friends reunited… Tim Burton’s fantasy adventures sees the Alice of Lewis Caroll’s classic stories return to the magical land of her childhood and reunite with her old friends in a bid to end the Red Queen’s reign of terror.

  13. A Christmas Carol
  14. Christmas spirits… Jim Carrey voices Ebenezer Scrooge, and several other characters, in this animated adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic morality tale about an old miser. Bah! Humbug!

  15. Killers
  16. Marriage of inconvenience… This comedy thriller sees the idyllic life of married couple Spencer (Ashton Kutcher) and Jen (Katherine Heigl) rocked when Spencer’s contract-killing days catch up with him.

  17. StreetDance 3D
  18. Moving on up… Featuring Britain’s Got Talent alumni George Sampson, Diversity and Flawless, this British film follows a street dance crew and a group of ballet students as they are forced to dance together in preparation for a dance contest.

  19. Robin Hood
  20. Riding through the glen… Russell Crowe battles with Norman invaders and an English accent in this Robin Hood origins story from director Ridley Scott.

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