Evan Rachel Wood

7

Good

The Ides of March review (Blu-ray)

Steve Meyers (Gosling) is working on a primary campaign for presidential candidate Mike Morris (Clooney). With Morris’s clean-cut image and experienced campaign manager Paul Zara (Hoffman) also involved, the crucial...

7

Good

The Ides of March review

Steve Meyers (Gosling) is working on a primary campaign for presidential candidate Mike Morris (Clooney). With Morris’s clean-cut image and experienced campaign manager Paul Zara (Hoffman) also involved, the crucial...

6

Fair

The Conspirator review

Redford is a fine director and The Conspirator is a watchable costume drama worthy of his talents, but it ultimately won't be recognised as one of his more memorable efforts.

4

Poor

Battle For Terra review (DVD)

You have to admire anyone who makes a feature length animation these days. Quite rightly, the comparisons with Pixar are bound to be at the forefront of people’s minds, and...

6

Fair

Battle For Terra

You have to admire anyone who makes a feature length animation these days. Quite rightly, the comparisons with Pixar are bound to be at the forefront of people’s minds, and...

6

Fair

Whatever Works

If ever a movie could be described as an allegorical rendition of a director’s life, Whatever Works just might top the list.

8

Great

The Wrestler (DVD)

Darren Aronofsky's latest existential adventure is about the troubles faced by a retired wrestler. Lonely and unable to achieve anything outside of the ring, wrestling is the only world he understands.

3

Poor

The Life Before Her Eyes

Uma Thurman certainly knows how to pick some stinkers. As well as appearing in the worst film of 1997 (Batman & Robin) and the worst of 1998 (The Avengers) she...

8

Great

The Wrestler

Darren Aronofsky's latest existential adventure is about the troubles faced by a retired wrestler. Lonely and unable to achieve anything outside of the ring, wrestling is the only world he understands.

5

Average

Across The Universe (DVD)

Set to the music and more importantly lyrics of The Beatles, the film unfolds across various platforms and ends up being an over-stylised, overproduced unfulfilling collection of sequences and set-ups.