Bill Murray

8

Great

Zombieland: Double Tap review

A sequel with spirit, Zombieland: Double Tap avoids the typical traps that are becoming steadily more prevalent in this era of flimmaking by being a simple, earnest follow-up with genuine heart and humour, albeit at a slight cost

2

Dreadful

3

Poor

7

Good

The Monuments Men review (Blu-ray)

This monumental tale of the men and women who went into Europe towards the end of World War II in a bid to rescue priceless artworks suffers somewhat from the...

8

Great

Scrooged review (Blu-ray)

It's now 25 years old, and is roundly loathed by film critics across the globe, but Scrooged is one of the best (and funniest) Christmas films ever made.

7

Good

Moonrise Kingdom review

Mr Anderson's oeuvre has left me distinctly nonplussed on occasion. I missed Bottle Rocket and The Fantastic Mr Fox, however, and thought The Darjeeling Limited merely OK, but loathed the...

6

Fair

The Limits of Control review (DVD)

Does The Limits of Control represent a highpoint in Jim Jarmusch’s sometimes patchy career? No. Does it serve any great purpose or tell a life-changing tale? No, far from it.

8

Great

Fantastic Mr Fox (Blu-ray)

Wes Anderson’s latest offering has been hailed as a return to form – even as it marks his first outing in a new form: stop-motion animation.

6

Fair

The Limits of Control

Does The Limits of Control represent a highpoint in Jim Jarmusch’s sometimes patchy career? No. Does it serve any great purpose or tell a life-changing tale? No, far from it.

8

Great

Fantastic Mr Fox

Wes Anderson’s latest offering has been hailed as a return to form – even as it marks his first outing in a new form: stop-motion animation.