Danny Huston

8

Great

8

Great

4

Poor

Hitchcock review (DVD)

Alfred Hitchcock is name synonymous with cinema. Hitchcock’s metaphorical, and in some cases literal, shadow looms large over some of the most revered, significant contributions to the history of cinema.

8

Great

Boxing Day review (DVD)

British writer-director Rose returns once again to the world of Leo Tolstoy by closing out his trilogy of films based on the author's works with this version of the story...

8

Great

Boxing Day review

British writer-director Rose returns once again to the world of Leo Tolstoy by closing out his trilogy of films based on the author's works with this version of the story...

4

Poor

A Monster In Paris review (Blu-ray)

With Pixar stuttering for the first time in their illustrious career – indeed, Cars 2 being overlooked for an Oscar was about the only decision the Academy got right –...

4

Poor

A Monster In Paris review

With Pixar stuttering for the first time in their illustrious career – indeed, Cars 2 being overlooked for an Oscar was about the only decision the Academy got right –...

6

Fair

The Conspirator review

Redford is a fine director and The Conspirator is a watchable costume drama worthy of his talents, but it ultimately won't be recognised as one of his more memorable efforts.

8

Great

6

Fair

Edge of Darkness review (DVD)

When the daughter of veteran Boston policeman Thomas Craven (Gibson) is brutally gunned down in front of him on the steps of his home, everyone assumes the bullet was meant...