Forest Whitaker

9

Excellent

9

Excellent

5

Average

The Butler review (Blu-ray)

Applying a Forest Gump-like formula to the history of the civil rights movement in America, The Butler is a worthy but uneven piece left exhausted by the sheer sweep of...

4

Poor

The Butler review

Applying a Forest Gump-like formula to the history of the civil rights movement in America, The Butler is a worthy but uneven piece left exhausted by the sheer sweep of...

8

Great

The Last Stand review (Blu-ray)

When is a western not a western? Well, when it's directed by Korean director Kim Jee-woon, when it's set in modern day smalltown America and when cars replace fast horses...

7

Good

Repo Men review (Blu-ray)

Not, thankfully, a larger remake of Alex Cox's cult classic Repo Man – "now with extra Repo personnel!" – Miguel Sepochnik's blood-splattered sci-fi surprises in a number of ways.

0

Our Family Wedding review ?

A laboured culture clash comedy set in LA that falls flat at every turn, this one drags on and on, seeming much longer than its 97 minutes.

6

Fair

Repo Men review

Not, thankfully, a larger remake of Alex Cox's cult classic Repo Man – "now with extra Repo personnel!" – Miguel Sepochnik's blood-splattered sci-fi surprises in a number of ways.

7

Good

Street Kings (DVD)

David Ayer wrote Training Day, a fine movie about a ruthless corrupt cop. He then wrote and directed Harsh Times, a fine movie about a ruthless cop wannabe who probably...

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.