Rhys Ifans

8

Great

Under Milk Wood review

Anyone who has ever spent a languorous, hungover Saturday cocooned under the duvet with their significant other, lulled by the mellifluous, hypnotic tones of Richard Burton as they half-listen to...

5

Average

The Amazing Spider-Man review

An unnecessary reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man is more average than awesome; more "meh" than "woo hoo". Not that it's a bad film, far from it.

6

Fair

Anonymous review (Blu-ray)

In recent years, the debate over whether Shakespeare was really the author of all his plays and sonnets seems to have become a worldwide phenomenon.

6

Fair

Anonymous review

In recent years, the debate over whether Shakespeare was really the author of all his plays and sonnets seems to have become a worldwide phenomenon.

6

Fair

Mr Nice review (Blu-ray)

Bernard Rose's film from Howard Marks' autobiography is an odd beast - larky but long, watchable but unpersuasive, agreeable but never too likeable.

5

Average

Mr Nice review

Bernard Rose's film from Howard Marks' autobiography is an odd beast - larky but long, watchable but unpersuasive, agreeable but never too likeable.

7

Good

Greenberg review (Blu-ray)

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

7

Good

Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang review (Blu-ray)

Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.

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.

7

Good

Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang review

Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.