London Lite Friday, 21 August 2009 DvD releases The Lucky Ones ROAD movie about three soldiers returning from Iraq who drive across America when a connecting flight is cancelled. Tim Robbins and Rachel McAdams star. (Momentum, 15.99, cert 15) The kiLLing ROOm CHLO SEVIGNY stars in this disturbing thriller about a young psychologist who finds herself caught up in a controversial government human experiment programme. (Momentum, 12.99, cert 15) PAUL JOSEPH POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite 1 17 Again (12) 2 Knowing (15) 3 Paul Blart: Mall Cop (PG) 4 Two Lovers (15) 5 Duplicity (12) 6 The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (12) 7 Watchmen (18) 8 Let The Right One In (15) 9 Gran Torino (15) 10Marley & Me (PG) Source: Lovefilm.com TOP 10 RENTALDVDs sound&Lite BY GEORGInA LITTLEjOhn Celebration: Megrahis hand is held up by Seif al-Islam Gaddafi as he lands in Tripoli, Libya, to a large crowd of supporters, some waving Scottish flags OUtcry AS AL-mEgrAHi iS givEn A HErOS wELcOmE in LibyA THE heros welcome given to Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi as he landed in Libya was today branded sickening and stomach-churning. He arrived home to be greeted by thousands cheering and waving Scottish flags, but the scene provoked an outcry from victims families and the US government. Russell Brown, Labour MP for Dumfries, called the spectacle stomach-churning. He said: I have never been ashamed to see my countrys flag waved before, but to see it misused to celebrate mass murder is outrageous. This man is convicted of murder- ing 270 people in my part of Scotland and that conviction stands. He urged the Scottish National Party to explain why it has freed a man who showed no remorse for the crimes he committed. Megrahis release also sparked a diplomatic war of words between ministers in London and the SNP in Edinburgh over which government should take the blame for the furore. The convicted terrorist, who is dying of cancer, was yesterday freed on compassionate grounds by Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill. And while Downing Street claims the controversial decision was made by the Scottish administration alone, the son of Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi today praised London for allowing his freedom. Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, who dis- cussed the case with Business Secretary Lord Mandelson only weeks ago when the two met in Corfu, thanked both the British and Scottish governments for his release. He said: This is a courageous stance from the British and Scottish govern- ments. We have turned the page. His gratitude sparked suspicions of a secret deal which could benefit British oil firms seeking to invest in Libya. But Foreign Secretary David Miliband, dismissing the claims, said: Thats a slur both on myself and on the Government. We have been scru- pulous in saying this decision should be made by the Scottish authorities. The release of Megrahi, 57, convicted of the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am jet over Lockerbie in Scotland, was described as a mistake by US president Barack Obama. Stomach churning: fury at return of Lockerbie bomber H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html