David Harbour

5

Average

Parkland review

For the first 45 minutes or so, Parkland delivers the goods. It's a tense, well-paced and tightly constructed re-enactment of the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas...

4

Poor

Pan Am: Season 1 review (DVD)

Pan Am is the very definition of "second wave" TV. From very early into the series, you find yourself aware that you're watching a show that really wouldn't have got...

8

Great

End of Watch review (Blu-ray)

Ayler has quite the track record for films set on the streets of Los Angeles, especially concerning the LAPD.

4

Poor

W.E. review

Two scenarios: in one we see the true life account of Wallis Simpson (Riseborough), divorced American socialite abused by her first husband and bored with her second, succumbing to the...

5

Average

The Green Hornet review (Blu-ray)

What we have here is an uninspiring and wholly routine comic book caper with a mundane script, though Gondry brings an impersonal energy to it that will keep the younger...

4

Poor

The Green Hornet review

Well well well, who would've thought that 3D could look so good. After last year's awful Clash Of The Titans with its rotten tacked on 3D work it's refreshing to...