Louise Bolotin

Louise Bolotin

Louise Bolotin is Screenjabber’s TV critic. She has a penchant for quality drama and quirky documentaries, slums it with EastEnders and pities people who watch reality TV, which might be why she never writes about The X Factor.
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Q&A: Knocked Up Seth Rogen & Paul Judd

Knock knock ... look who's there

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5

Average

Sugarhouse

The colliding of two worlds — that of a well-off man who feels distraught after his wife has left him and a drug addict living in abject poverty — Sugarhouse...

8

Great

Seraphim Falls

Seraphim Falls is a tough film to categorise. At its heart it's a revenge drama. It's also a taut psychological thriller. And a western. And a chase drama.

7

Good

Unknown (DVD)

I'm not averse to the odd psychological thriller, as long as it’s done well, and Director Simon Brand did just that in this excellently written, all-star movie.

4

Poor

The Reaping (DVD)

What is going on with horror movies? First of all, we don’t appear to have had that many. Secondly, what we’ve had has been derivative.

8

Great

Transformers: Series 1 (DVD)

Four million years ago on the distant planet Cybertron, and a race of living robots known as Transformers are at war where the evil Decepticons are being constantly battled by...

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Great

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Great

The Bourne Ultimatum

Here’s a message for everyone who has been bitching and moaning about the poor quality of films released this summer, particularly the less-than-exhilarating "threequels" — you can all shut up now.

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Great

The Caiman

The Caiman, Il Caimano, the Berlusconi Movie. With its many titles, this Italian movie has many personalities to it.