Jeffrey Tambor

6

Fair

6

Fair

4

Poor

The Hangover Part 3 review

If a film is being sold to you as a comedy, you expect to go along to the cinema, sit as comfortably as you can in your seat and then...

6

Fair

Win Win review (DVD)

This one presents no real stretch for Giamatti, though he still gives a fine performance as Mike Flaherty, an attorney stressed out that his New Jersey business is quietly going under.

7

Good

The Hangover Part II review (Triple-Play Blu-ray)

Yep, the wolfpack are back for more misadventures – this time their shenanigans taking them to busy and bustling Bangkok as opposed to Vegas, but the same comic beats and...

6

Fair

Mr Popper's Penguins review

Penguins + Carrey = box office. That’s the simple but undoubtedly correct mathematical equation 20th Century Fox has come up with for this summer’s family-friendly comedy.

8

Great

Paul review (Blu-ray)

In a world where perfectly good foreign-language movies are shoved through the Hollywood mangle just for the benefit of people who can’t cope with subtitles (or subplots, or subtlety), it’s...

7

Good

The Hangover Part II review

Yep, the wolfpack are back for more misadventures – this time their shenanigans taking them to busy and bustling Bangkok as opposed to Vegas, but the same comic beats and...

6

Fair

Win Win review

This one presents no real stretch for Giamatti, though he still gives a fine performance as Mike Flaherty, an attorney stressed out that his New Jersey business is quietly going under.

8

Great

The Invention of Lying (DVD)

The Invention of Lying opens with commentary from Gervais, as if checking the sound system: “Testing; testing; testing” – an entirely appropriate start for this film.