Damian Lewis

8

Great

Our Kind of Traitor review

It seems that if you want to translate a John le Carré novel to the screen properly these days, you need to hire a woman named Sue to direct it

4

Poor

The Silent Storm review

British actor Damian Lewis transforms into a crazy Scotsman for his latest lead role in the drama The Silent Storm

8

Great

Our Kind of Traitor review

It seems that if you want to translate a John le Carré novel to the screen properly these days, you need to hire a woman named Sue to direct it

7

Good

5

Average

The Sweeney review

Modern-day updates of awesome old TV shows have been something of a mixed bag in recent times, with many promising much but then actually being all that good (I am...

6

Fair

4

Poor

Will review

Director Perry has had moderate success as a documentary director. She garnered critical success at the Sundance Film Festival for her 2006 feature, The Fall of Fujimori, a study of...

8

Great

The Escapist (DVD)

As the title suggests, The Escapist — gritty, tense, beautifully performed — is a prison saga.

6

Fair

Life: Season 1 (DVD)

This cops-and-murders series drama is about the weirdest thing I have watched in a while. Charlie Crews (Lewis) is a detective-come-con-come-detective again, having been wrongly incarcerated for 12 years for...

8

Great

The Escapist

It's a good week for homegrown product, what with The Edge of Love (literary, brooding, beautifully performed) and The Escapist (gritty, tense, equally beautifully performed).