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TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK.

1 Angels and Demons (12A, 138 mins) A new entry at the top of the charts.

Secret societies and the Catholic church clash with Tom Hanks in the lead role 2. Star Trek (12A, 126 mins) Slipping from number one is this must for all Trekkies - the re-imagining of the series, which explores the formative years of Kirk, Spock and their interplanetary cohorts 3. Coraline (PG, 100 mins) This stunning animation about a young girl who moves to a new apartment and discovers a secret door leading to a parallel reality has dropped a spot over the past week, but still remains charming 4. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (12A, 107 mins) Hanging on in the top five, this comic-book adaptation starring Hugh Jackman is a former chart-topper 5. Hannah Montana: The Movie (U, 102 mins) Miley Cyrus plays a clumsy teenager struggling to fit in, but she also has a secret identity as pop superstar 6. Fighting (15, 105 mins) Despite the blunt title, this is actually quite a sophisticated take on modern maleness 7. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (12A, 100 mins) Rom-com inspired by Dickens' A Christmas Carol, with Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner 8. State of Play (12A, 127 mins) Starring Russell Crowe, State of Play is adapted from the BBC mini-series about the tug-of-war between morality and sensationalist headlines 9. Monsters vs Aliens (PG, 94 mins) The former chart-topper is the latest DreamWorks film which pits Reese Witherspoon's giant woman against a horde of evil aliens 10. 17 Again (12A, 101mins) Zac Effron stars in this body-swap comedy in which 37-year-old Matthew Perry gets the chance to relive his school years properly
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Date:May 23, 2009
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