Steve McQueen

6

Fair

12 Years A Slave review (Blu-ray)

A tale of triumph in the face of unspeakable cruelty, a damning portrayal of a decaying society built on the commodification of humanity with a lush, lyrical, visual aestheticism.

6

Fair

12 Years A Slave review

A tale of triumph in the face of unspeakable cruelty, a damning portrayal of a decaying society built on the commodification of humanity with a lush, lyrical, visual aestheticism, only...

10

Superb

9

Excellent

Shame review

Rarely have I seen a relatively dialogue-free opening of a film hold such an intense atmosphere as Shame.

4

Poor

Le Mans review (Blu-ray)

I must start by saying I was eager to see this film. Combining motor racing, the early 70s era and Steve McQueen seemed like a winning combination to me.

2

Dreadful

Hunger

It's ironic that a film about — well, sort of — hunger striker Bobby Sands should have certain critics salivating, but also utterly predictable. It's directed by award-winning artist Steve McQueen.