Brad Pitt

The Big Short review

Financial markets are incredibly complicated, and to most people are an impenetrable mystery. And yet the very small number of people who do understand them deal daily with figures which...

The Counsellor review (2-disc Blu-ray)

After having four of his novels adapted into films, McCarthy – at the ripe old age of 80 – opted to try his hand at screenwriting.

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...

The Counsellor review

After having four of his novels adapted into films, McCarthy – at the ripe old age of 80 – opted to try his hand at screenwriting.

World War Z review (3D Blu-ray)

World War Z arrived in cinemas after a much-troubled production. First, fans of Max Brook’s highly-regarded novel were up in arms when it emerged that the book’s multiplicity of survivors’...

World War Z review

Vultures have been circling the lumbering mega-budget production of World War Z almost since the film went into pre-production.

Killing Them Softly review (Blu-ray)

McNairy and Mendelsohn are a couple of low-life hoodlums who raid a mob-run poker game headed by Liotta. Pitt plays the hard-ass hitman brought in to teach them a lesson.