Liam Cunningham

3

Poor

The Childhood of a Leader review

Post-WW1 drama starring Robert Pattinson and Liam Cunningham as two Americans living in France, dealing with the aftermath of the war

8

Great

The Guard review (Blu-ray)

Boldly trashing the tourist image of County Galway, The Guard presents rural Ireland as a hotbed of joyriding, hidden arms caches, Country and Western loving terrorists, bent coppers, sex, drugs...

8

Great

The Guard review

Boldly trashing the tourist image of County Galway, The Guard presents rural Ireland as a hotbed of joyriding, hidden arms caches, Country and Western loving terrorists, bent coppers, sex, drugs...

0

Perrier's Bounty review

Ah, the tortured history of the urban gangster thriller. Back in the 1930s, films like Little Caeser were reknowned for their gritty realism and street tough language, frequently re-telling real...

6

Fair

Harry Brown review (Blu-ray)

The British urban landscape and the youths that are generated by it have become a fascination for films recently, with movies such as Adulthood, Kidulthood, Eden Lake and Shifty.

6

Fair

Harry Brown

The British urban landscape and the youths that are generated by it have become a fascination for films recently, with movies such as Adulthood, Kidulthood, Eden Lake and Shifty all...

6

Fair

Blood: The Last Vampire

Blood: The Last Vampire is the story of Saya, a half-human half-demon, who to the outside world looks 16, but is in reality centuries old.

8

Great

The Escapist (DVD)

As the title suggests, The Escapist — gritty, tense, beautifully performed — is a prison saga.

2

Dreadful

Hunger

It's ironic that a film about — well, sort of — hunger striker Bobby Sands should have certain critics salivating, but also utterly predictable. It's directed by award-winning artist Steve McQueen.

8

Great

The Escapist

It's a good week for homegrown product, what with The Edge of Love (literary, brooding, beautifully performed) and The Escapist (gritty, tense, equally beautifully performed).