Chris O'Dowd

7

Good

Loving Vincent review

Six years and 65,000 hand-made oil paintings give us a take on the life of Vincent van Gogh which is visually breathtaking – and is ultimately a little too focused on being a spectacle

7

Good

4

Poor

The Program review

There's nothing to get stuck into with this drama about the Lance Armstrong scandal. Foster gives a commanding but resolutely unsympathetic portrayal of the disgraced cyclist – eager for first...

6

Fair

Cuban Fury review (Blu-ray)

They don’t make dance films like they used to. Remember the cheesiness of Flashdance, Dirty Dancing and the teen-orientated musicals with their big song and dance sequences? They now belong...

6

Fair

This Is 40 review (Blu-ray)

This Is 40 really means This Is 40. It’s wholly intended for that age demographic and will hold no appeal whatsoever for anyone not in the middle-age bracket.

5

Average

Epic 3D review

Epic doesn't quite live up to its title. It's merely average, which seems to be par for the course from studio Blue Sky, the people behind such films as Rio,...

6

Fair

The Sapphires review (DVD)

It’s 1958, the camera pans down from an azure sky to a long shot of two girls running in the fields.

8

Great

Friends With Kids review

A lot of people have described Friends With Kids as the Bridesmaids renuion movie. Well it's not. It's better than that.

10

Superb

Bridesmaids review (Blu-ray)

Let's get a couple of things straight from the start: Bridesmaids is not a chick flick, nor is it a rom-com.

10

Superb