Charlotte Rampling

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.

10

Superb

Never Let Me Go review (Blu-ray)

One of the wonderful things about Never Let Me Go (and there are many) is the fact that it doesn't try to slot itself into one genre.