Caroline Goodall

7

Good

6

Fair

0

The Dressmaker review

If a wayward tone takes your fancy then The Dressmaker certainly delivers – it's all over the place, veering from broad comedy to tragic drama without any shame.  It keeps you...

4

Poor

The Cold Light of Day review (Blu-ray)

Cavill is Will, a young San Francisco-based entrepreneur visiting his family for a sailing holiday in Spain.

8

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.

3

Poor

Driving Aphrodite (aka My Life in Ruins)

With the usually failsafe comic technique of culture-clash, combined with the Noughties’ favourite kind of anti-heroine - an unlucky-in-love career woman - you’d be forgiven for expecting Driving Aphrodite to...

8

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.