Anne-Marie Duff

7

Good

Suffragette review

This solid drama marks Mulligan's best screen work to date. She's mightily impressive here as the downtrodden laundry worker who has been continuously oppressed, her eyes slowly opened to the...

6

Fair

Closed Circuit review

This contemporary British thriller begins with a bang. A bomb detonates at London's Borough Market maiming and killing many innocents.

7

Good

The Last Station review (Blu-ray)

The Last Station tells the story of Russian writer Leo Tolstoy's (Plummer) final years – his struggles with his tempestuous wife Sofya (Mirren); his yearning for peace and solitude; his...

7

Good

The Last Station

The Last Station tells the story of Russian writer Leo Tolstoy's (Plummer) final years – his struggles with his tempestuous wife Sofya (Mirren); his yearning for peace and solitude; his...

6

Fair

Nowhere Boy

"I'm gonna start a rock 'n' roll band." While much of the advertising for Nowhere Boy, artist Sam Taylor Wood's John Lennon biopic, has focused on the young Liverpudlian's first...

8

Great

Is Anybody There? (DVD)

When two-time Oscar winner Sir Michael Caine describes his latest performance as his best ever, you’d be a fool not to take note.

0

French Film ?

Eric Cantona as a smug, cigarette-smoking movie director waxing lyrical about love and relationships is the funniest thing about this dreary romcom.

8

Great

Is Anybody There?

When two-time Oscar winner Sir Michael Caine describes his latest performance as his best ever, you’d be a fool not to take note.

9

Excellent

Garage (DVD)

After I'd sat through this movie I could do little more than sit in silence and mumble to myself "that was such a good film" over and over again.

8

Great

The Waiting Room

If theres a more likeable British actor than Ralf Little I've yet to encounter him. A working class man's Kris Marshall, he has yet to rise significantly above his role...