Emile Hirsch

8

Great

Prince Avalanche review

Green returns to his indie roots with this sweet, warm remake of an Icelandic comedy about a pair of road workers.It's 1988, a year after fire has devastated a swathe...

8

Great

Savages review (Blu-ray)

When the film opens with a masked figure going Henry-the-eighth on three handcuffed guys with a chainsaw, rarely do you expect a comedy.

6

Fair

The Darkest Hour review (Blu-ray)

This sci-fi actioner is produced by Russian Timur Bekmambetov – best known for the Day Watch and Night Watch flicks, as well as the terrific Wanted.

8

Great

Killer Joe review

Chris (Hirsch) is a trailer-trash drug dealer whose own mother has stolen his stash, leaving him deeply in hock to some very bad men.

7

Good

Milk

Oscar-nominated Milk is one of those worthy political films that comes out every year or so, just in time for the awards season.

4

Poor

The Air I Breathe (DVD)

Life is a series of interconnected events. But hey, you've all seen Crash and Babel and Magnolia, so you already know that.

4

Poor

The Air I Breathe

Life is a series of interconnected events. But hey, you've all seen Crash and Babel and Magnolia, so you already know that.

2

Dreadful

Speed Racer

If ever proof was needed that the Wachowski Brothers are a pair of one-hit wonders, then Speed Racer is it.

9

Excellent

Into The Wild (DVD)

Director Sean Penn has a very serious aura about him these days. When he’s not off campaigning about this and that he’s starring in dark "Oscar-worthy" movies like Mystic River.

6

Fair

Into The Wild

Happiness is only real when it’s shared. Well, in the long-term many of us might agree, but Christopher McCandless didn’t and so his journey to Alsaka began.