Billy Bob Thornton

Parkland review

For the first 45 minutes or so, Parkland delivers the goods. It's a tense, well-paced and tightly constructed re-enactment of the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas...

Puss in Boots review (Blu-ray)

Spin-off movies from animation franchises traditionally take the direct to video route, with the animation and voice talent downgraded.

Eagle Eye

The last time LaBeouf and Caruso teamed up was for Disturbia, an entertaining but slightly pedestrian reworking of the classic Hitchcock thriller Rear Window.

Mr Woodcock (DVD)

On paper this should be a real stinker. Seemingly reprising his role in last year's limp School for Scoundrels (or was it this year? I can’t even remember), Thornton plays...

Mr Woodcock

On paper, this should be a real stinker. Seemingly reprising his role in last year's limp School for Scoundrels (or was it this year? I can’t even remember), Thornton plays...

School For Scoundrels

Despite the name and the similar central premise, this updated School For Scoundrels bears about as much similarity to the original 1960 movie as Russell Brand does to a comedian.