France U

4

Poor

5

Average

Looking for Hortense (Cherchez Hortense) review

A wry French drama that will please sophisticated adults, Looking for Hortense is an intelligent and well-written affair that nevertheless fails to beguile. One can't fault the classy players though.

6

Fair

Switch review

Mercurial, enigmatic, difficult, and defiant. All terms applied to former footballer Eric Cantona during his dramatic and legendary sporting career.

4

Poor

Black Gold review

Director Jean-Jacques Annaud has been knocking around for years, and his varied output always looks good and is confidently rendered.

8

Great

Heartbreaker review

Alex Lippi makes his living by breaking up relationships. He's hired by family members and friends of women stuck in dead-end relationships with losers, bums and boring men.

7

Good

Ajami review

"Now I can feel what is about to happen," starts the film in voice over as we are introduced to Ajami's 13-year old moral core, Nasri, as he sketches a...

7

Good

8

Great

Mesrine: Public Enemy #1

Deftly picking up the narrative from Part 1 without so much as a recap, this is not a sequel so much as a conclusion of Jacques Mesrine's life story.

2

Dreadful

Rumba

Mercifully short at 77 minutes - though it feels much longer - totally unfunny, vastly irritating and a pain to sit through - do you need a further recommendation to...

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...