Harvey Keitel

6

Fair

Youth review

It's great to see Sir Michael back in a leading role again. Apart from the little seen Last Love, he's not had top billing in a movie since Harry Brown...

5

Average

Youth review

It's great to see Sir Michael back in a leading role again. Apart from the little seen Last Love, he's not had top billing in a movie since Harry Brown...

8

Great

The Piano review (Blu-ray)

Campion's romantic drama is a beautiful film that is visually-stunning and heartfelt, but yet manages to resist the pitfalls of sentimentality and cliché.

7

Good

Moonrise Kingdom review

Mr Anderson's oeuvre has left me distinctly nonplussed on occasion. I missed Bottle Rocket and The Fantastic Mr Fox, however, and thought The Darjeeling Limited merely OK, but loathed the...

10

Superb

Taxi Driver review

To mark the 35th anniversary of this iconic piece of film history, Taxi Driver has been re-released with a full makeover; a full 4k digital restoration with no cracks or...

0

Little Fockers review (Blu-ray & DVD) ?

This sorry follow up to Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers is relentlessy awful, a dire comedy devoid of wit and intelligence, though some of the wince inducing humour...

0

Little Fockers review ?

If you've already composed your Top 10 Worst Movie list for this year then be prepared to rip it up and start over.

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...

4

Poor

National Treasure: Book of Secrets

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...

6

Fair

One Last Dance (DVD)

A soulful lead performance by Francis Ng as a disillusioned hit man is the main reason to see One Last Dance, a Singapore-set tribute to Hong Kong gangster movies from...