David Morse

6

Fair

Concussion review

Peter Landesman has not made a lot of films before, and here it shows. What could have been an important and heartbreaking film feels clunky and oddly paced.

8

Great

World War Z review (3D Blu-ray)

World War Z arrived in cinemas after a much-troubled production. First, fans of Max Brook’s highly-regarded novel were up in arms when it emerged that the book’s multiplicity of survivors’...

9

Excellent

World War Z review

Vultures have been circling the lumbering mega-budget production of World War Z almost since the film went into pre-production.

6

Fair

Mother and Child review

At the risk of sounding sexist, this picture could be decidedly labelled a "woman's film". It deals with three individuals, all wrestling with female crises over motherhood and adoption.

8

Great

Drive Angry review (Blu-ray)

Subtlety is not one of director Lussier's strong points. After 2009's horror flick My Bloody Valentine 3D and now his second foray into the third dimension (for its theatrical release),...

8

Great

Drive Angry 3D review

Subtlety is not one of director Lussier's strong points. After 2009's horror flick My Bloody Valentine 3D and now his second foray into the third dimension, this is clearly becoming...

8

Great

The Hurt Locker (DVD)

Making a war film is always a dangerous game, especially when it’s still raging on. Embellish or present the politics inconsistently and entire nations will be angered at their misrepresentation.

8

Great

The Hurt Locker

Making a war film is always a dangerous game, especially when it’s still raging on. Embellish or present the politics inconsistently and entire nations will be angered at their misrepresentation.

6

Fair

Disturbia

Many are describing Disturbia as Rear Window with a teenage spin. There’s a good reason for that: Disturbia IS Rear Window with a teenage spin.