James Badge Dale

2

Dreadful

2

Dreadful

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi review

Make no mistake, the men and women that survived this ordeal are heroes. They pulled through one of the most fearsome attacks on foreign nationals in Libya.

8

Great

The Walk review

We only get one life, although quite a few of the world's religions might disagree. As such, it's always a puzzle to see people put that single, solitary life at risk.

6

Fair

5

Average

Parkland review

For the first 45 minutes or so, Parkland delivers the goods. It's a tense, well-paced and tightly constructed re-enactment of the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas...

8

Great

World War Z review (3D Blu-ray)

World War Z arrived in cinemas after a much-troubled production. First, fans of Max Brook’s highly-regarded novel were up in arms when it emerged that the book’s multiplicity of survivors’...

4

Poor

9

Excellent

World War Z review

Vultures have been circling the lumbering mega-budget production of World War Z almost since the film went into pre-production.

4

Poor

The Grey review

"It's a thriller. It's a horror film. It's a character-driven drama of men struggling to survive," says producer Jules Daly of The Grey.

9

Excellent

Shame review

Rarely have I seen a relatively dialogue-free opening of a film hold such an intense atmosphere as Shame.