Charlotte Rampling

7

Good

The Little Stranger review

Lenny Abrahamson lends his adaptational talents to a 2009 ghost story novel, the result being a film that stands out with aplomb in a genre where it is increasingly difficult to be unique

6

Fair

6

Fair

Jeune & Jolie review (Blu-ray)

Ozon's latest is an elegant, well-constructed affair about a 17-year-old girl who secretly works as a prostitute, hiding her line of work from her fellow college students and her family.

7

Good

Jeune et Jolie (Young and Beautiful) review

Ozon's latest is an elegant, well-constructed affair about a 17-year-old girl who secretly works as a prostitute, hiding her line of work from her fellow college students and her family.

4

Poor

The Eye of the Storm review (DVD)

It's been 10 years since we last saw a movie from veteran Aussie director Schepisi. It Runs in the Family featuring the Douglas clan was his last film credit, though...

4

Poor

The Eye of the Storm review

It's been 10 years since we last saw a movie from veteran Aussie director Schepisi. It Runs in the Family featuring the Douglas clan was his last film credit, though...

6

Fair

Cleanskin review (Blu-ray)

Cleanskin is a well-made action thriller with a little too much flab. In attempting to give the lead characters some depth and address serious issues about terrorism in the UK...

5

Average

Cleanskin review

Cleanskin is a well-made action thriller with a little too much flab. In attempting to give the lead characters some depth and address serious issues about terrorism in the UK...

6

Fair

Melancholia review (Blu-ray)

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.

6

Fair

Melancholia review

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.