Mark Duplass

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...

4

Poor

Black Rock review

Director and actor Aselton came up with the idea for Black Rock because: “I’d never even thrown a punch in real life.

10

Superb

Zero Dark Thirty review (Blu-ray)

Bigelow’s astonishing new film Zero Dark Thirty takes vast, significant and often obfuscated events of America’s ‘war on terror’ as its subject, attempting to show in forensic detail and with...

6

Fair

Jeff, Who Lives At Home review (DVD)

Channelling the spirit of 80s and 90s indie movies comes Jeff, Who Lives At Home – a delightful little confection from the Duplass Brothers.

8

Great

Jeff, Who Lives At Home review

Channelling the spirit of 80s and 90s indie movies comes Jeff, Who Lives At Home – a delightful little confection from the Duplass Brothers.

8

Great

Mars review

The world can be depressing and joyless place at times but while it’s important to cover the more serious aspects of life in film, just occasionally it’s nice to be...

6

Fair

Cyrus review

This is a much darker proposition than the trailer might suggest. It's certainly not a knockabout comedy with vulgarity and sweetness wrapped up in it but a far blacker, more...

6

Fair

Greenberg review

Noah Baumbach's movie takes another look at personal relationships, exposing the tension and sadness underneath the surface of character's feelings.

6

Fair

Humpday

A glance at the synopsis - hell, even the poster - of Humpday will send off 'bromance' alarms. Indeed, its high concept plot about the relationships between male friends is...