Diane Kruger

4

Poor

Fathers and Daughters review

Mr Crowe is very effective at doing seizures. He has about four of them in this soapy melodrama, his hand beginning to judder under stress and then his whole body...

6

Fair

Seduced and Abandoned review

A fascinating question lies deep at the heart of the simulated reality of James Toback’s faux-documentary exposé of the film industry, Seduced And Abandoned.  It just isn’t the one Toback’s...

6

Fair

Seduced and Abandoned review

This breezy documentary details the efforts Baldwin and Toback go through to acquire financing for their new project together.

2

Dreadful

The Host review (Blu-ray)

Romance and science fiction collide in The Host, another Hollywood adaptation of a Stephanie "Twilight" Meyer novel.

6

Fair

Unknown review (Blu-ray)

Neeson cuts an unlikely figure as an action hero. Tall, ungainly and with big, clompy feet, he doesn’t run, he galumphs.

7

Good

8

Great

Inglourious Basterds Limited Edition (Blu-ray)

Quentin Tarantino copped a lot of shit for this most recent latest big-screen effort. It was widely panned at Cannes, and the big-name critics at most of the major UK...

8

Great

Inglourious Basterds review

Quentin Tarantino is copping a lot of shit for his latest big-screen effort. It was widely panned at Cannes, and the big-name critics at most of the major UK newspapers...

4

Poor

Anything For Her (Pour Elle)

Anything For Her is something of an oddity, taking an established genre, the prison break film, and giving it a unique twist by setting the action outside the jail rather...

4

Poor

National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets (DVD)

Doesn't anyone employ an editor any more? There Will Be Blood is heading towards the three hour mark, Definitely, Maybe weighs in at a padded 111 minutes and this, the...