Patricia Clarkson

7

Good

The East review

Marling and Batmanglij, who previously gave us the excellent Sound of My Voice, here have a broader canvas and a bigger budget to play with.

5

Average

One Day review (Blu-ray)

Movies rarely improve upon their source material and this film version of David Nicholls' bestseller is no exception.

6

Fair

Friends With Benefits review (Blu-ray)

Well, it's an improvement on No Strings Attached, but that's hardly an enthusiastic recommendation. Friends With Benefits shares a similar storyline to that insipid and forgettable effort in that it...

5

Average

Friends With Benefits review

Well, it's an improvement on No Strings Attached, but that's hardly an enthusiastic recommendation. Friends With Benefits shares a similar storyline to that insipid and forgettable effort in that it...

5

Average

One Day review

Movies rarely improve upon their source material and this film version of David Nicholls' bestseller is no exception.

8

Great

Easy A review (Blu-ray)

When's the last time you saw a really, REALLY good teen movie? American Pie? Clueless? Heathers? Mean Girls? Yeah, it's been a while, hasn't it – apart from the wonderful...

8

Great

Easy A review

When's the last time you saw a really, REALLY good teen movie? American Pie? Clueless? Heathers? Mean Girls? Yeah, it's been a while, hasn't it – apart from the wonderful...

4

Poor

Legendary review (DVD)

The latest WWE Studios production, the film-making wing of World Wrestling Entertainment, Legendary gets the company's feet wet in drama, stepping out of the action and horror pools that it's...

8

Great

Shutter Island

There are two “light bulb” moments in Shutter Island, director Martin Scorsese’s psychological thriller. The first goes off early in the film where the viewer concludes the film they are...

6

Fair

Whatever Works

If ever a movie could be described as an allegorical rendition of a director’s life, Whatever Works just might top the list.