Ari Graynor

6

Fair

The Guilt Trip review (DVD)

In her younger days, back in the heady 60s and 70s, Babs starred in some pretty good comedies – Funny Girl, The Owl and the Pussycat and What's Up, Doc?...

6

Fair

The Guilt Trip review

In her younger days, back in the heady 60s and 70s, Babs starred in some pretty good comedies – Funny Girl, The Owl and the Pussycat and What's Up, Doc?...

4

Poor

The Sitter review (Blu-ray)

Is this the last film in which we're going to see a fat Jonah Hill? It was cleary made before 21 Jump Street, which features the slimmed-down version.

6

Fair

What’s Your Number? review (Blu-ray)

Ally Darling (Faris) is having a bad day. She has just broken up with her latest boyfriend and has been fired from her job.

4

Poor

8

Great

Holy Rollers review

Every summer, the cinema tends to be dominated by blockbusters involving superheroes, or giant robots, or some other manner of explosive franchise based movie.

7

Good

Conviction review (DVD)

Based on real events, Conviction tells the story of Betty Anne Waters (Swank), a mother of two and sister to Kenny (Rockwell) who is imprisoned for life without parole for...

7

Good

Conviction review

Based on real events, Conviction tells the story of Betty Anne Waters (Swank), a mother of two and sister to Kenny (Rockwell) who is imprisoned for life without parole for...

8

Great

Whip It review

When did you last see a sports film about indie misfits? Let’s face it: sports movies for teenagers are either weepy Disney underdog stories or badly-written rebel-goes-good tripe like (shudder)...

0

Youth in Revolt ?

If you haven't tired yet of seeing Michael Cera playing a dorky dweeb then you'll be more tolerant of this mild and meandering comedy, a big disappointment from director Arteta,...