Nick Frost

5

Average

4

Poor

The Huntsman: Winter’s War review

Winter’s War is far colder than it should be as it fills its almost two-hour runtime with a series of attempts at comedy that are both painfully unfunny and surprisingly offensive.

6

Fair

Cuban Fury review (Blu-ray)

They don’t make dance films like they used to. Remember the cheesiness of Flashdance, Dirty Dancing and the teen-orientated musicals with their big song and dance sequences? They now belong...

7

Good

The World's End review

The third and final part of Wright and Pegg’s Blood & Ice-cream trilogy, The World’s End has a tough act following the rom/zom/com Shaun of the Dead and buddy-comedy/action/cop/folk-horror mash-up...

5

Average

Ice Age 4: Continental Drift review

Ice Age was a bit of a surprise back in 2002 and now a mere 10 years later we embark on our fourth adventure with Sid, Manny and Diego, this...

10

Superb

10

Superb

10

Superb

6

Fair

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...