Top chick flicks; Girls' night in Get your mates round for an evening of film, music or fun.
SETH Rogen welcomes actor pal Jay Baruchel to Los Angeles and brings him to a house party thrown by James Franco. With the booze flowing and Michael Cera harassing anything in a skirt, Jay puts on a brave face. But soon pandemonium ensues as bright blue beams of light scythe down from the sky and suck up hundreds of people.
Chasing Mavericks, PG, PS19.99 JAY Moriarity (Jonny Weston) is determined to ride the monstrous waves close to his Californian home.
After much pestering, he convinces veteran surfer Frosty Hesson (Gerard Butler) to train him for the epic trial of riding mavericks, which can swell to 50ft, and a father-son bond soon forms.
While Frosty becomes a positive male authority figure for Jay, the youngster enriches his mentor's life too.
Miranda: Series 3, 15, PS19.99 LAUGH yourself silly at another six episodes of the award-winning BBC Two comedy, written by and starring comedian Miranda Hart.
This series, Miranda and Gary (Tom Ellis) struggle to remain just friends then he gets a girlfriend (Naomi Bentley), which convinces Miranda that it is time to move on.
A visit to a chiropractor (Tim Pigott-Smith) ends in embarrassment and a wedding proposal provides a suitable cliffhanger.
A three-disc set comprising all three series is also available.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Nov 4, 2013|
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