Stephen Frears

8

Great

Florence Foster Jenkins review

The true story of a society heiress and patron of the arts who wanted to perform at Carnegie Hall, but no one has managed to tell her she can't sing

9

Excellent

Florence Foster Jenkins review

The true story of a society heiress and patron of the arts who wanted to perform at Carnegie Hall, but no one has managed to tell her she can't sing

4

Poor

The Program review

There's nothing to get stuck into with this drama about the Lance Armstrong scandal. Foster gives a commanding but resolutely unsympathetic portrayal of the disgraced cyclist – eager for first...

8

Great

Philomena review (Blu-ray)

Steve Coogan in actually quite good dramatic actor shock. Actually, Philomena – the adaptation of Martin Sixsmith’s book The Lost Child of Philomena Lee – is more than just Coogan...

8

Great

Philomena review

Steve Coogan in actually quite good dramatic actor shock. Actually, Philomena – the adaptation of Martin Sixsmith’s book The Lost Child of Philomena Lee – is more than just Coogan...

3

Poor

Lay the Favourite review

If you're into betting and gambling then this effort might offer some mild interest to you. If however, you're not one who dabbles then there's precious little reward for you here.

8

Great

Tamara Drewe review (Blu-ray)

Once a country girl, Tamara Drewe (Arterton) went to London to make her fortune and got a nose job and a newspaper column.

8

Great

Tamara Drewe review

Once a country girl, Tamara Drewe (Arterton) went to London to make her fortune and got a nose job and a newspaper column.

4

Poor

Cheri (DVD)

Michelle Pfeiffer, still as gorgeous as ever, comes to terms with the ageing process in this costume drama that marks the reteaming after 20 years with her Dangerous Liaisons collaborators,...

4

Poor

Cheri

Michelle Pfeiffer, still as gorgeous as ever, comes to terms with the ageing process in this costume drama that marks the reteaming after 20 years with her Dangerous Liaisons collaborators,...