Ben Barnes

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Fair

The Big Wedding review

Who doesn’t have a dysfunctional family? This lot certainly does. In the adaptation from the French film, The Big Wedding is a story of the many complexities of relationships within...

6

Fair

Killing Bono review (DVD)

Killing Bono follows the story of the McCormick brothers, two young Irishmen with lofty aspirations of becoming rock gods.

6

Fair

Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader review (Blu-ray)

Transferring a much-loved book to the big screen is not easy. For every Harry Potter or Lord Of The Rings there's a His Dark Materials or Lemony Snicket.

6

Fair

Killing Bono review

Killing Bono follows the story of the McCormick brothers, two young Irishmen with lofty aspirations of becoming rock gods.

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Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader review ?½

Transferring a much-loved book to the big screen is not easy. For every Harry Potter or Lord Of The Rings there's a His Dark Materials or Lemony Snicket.

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Great

Dorian Gray (Blu-ray)

Remakes and adaptations are often dismissed as lazy filmmaking and sometimes this accusation is justified. But there’s no shame in adapting great literature, especially if it’s done well.

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Great

Dorian Gray

Remakes and adaptations are often dismissed as lazy filmmaking and sometimes this accusation is justified. But there’s no shame in adapting great literature, especially if it’s done well.

5

Average

Easy Virtue (DVD)

Like Mamma Mia! before it, Easy Virtue – Stephan "Priscilla" Elliott’s adaptation of the Noel Coward play – is going to challenge our philosophy at Screenjabber.

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Average

Easy Virtue

Like Mamma Mia before it, Easy Virtue — Stephan "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" Elliott’s adaptation of the Noel Coward play — is going to challenge our philosophy at Screenjabber.

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Fair

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

Those lovely little cherubs from war-torn London are back, initially wistfully remembering their time in Narnia and wishing they could return, then, all of a sudden WHOOSH they're sucked back...