Denzel Washington

Fences review

Fences feels too simplistic in production and style, but showcases intense, dramatic performances from Washington and Davis

2 Guns review

After offerings such as Tango & Cash, Lethal Weapon and, more recently, The Heat, the latest buddy cop action/comedy comes from the world of a relatively unknown graphic novel.

Malcolm X review (Blu-ray)

His lead role in, and as, Malcolm X earned Washington an Oscar nomination, but this not his greatest performance and this is not a great movie – but it is...

Safe House review (Blu-ray)

Matt Weston (Reynolds) is a young CIA operative based in Cape Town. His day job consists of guarding and keeping watch of the governments top secret safe house, used to...

Safe House review

Matt Weston (Reynolds) is a young CIA operative based in Cape Town. His day job consists of guarding and keeping watch of the governments top secret safe house, used to...

Unstoppable review (Blu-ray)

A storyline that sets a driverless train (a coaster) through the American wilds of Pennsylvania wreaking havoc as it thrashes through small towns, deserves praise for providing action without depending...

Unstoppable review

A storyline that sets a driverless train (a coaster) through the American wilds of Pennsylvania wreaking havoc as it thrashes through small towns, deserves praise for providing action without depending...

The Book of Eli review (Blu-ray)

Memo to all those God-loving Christians who live in America's Bible Belt – would you care to see a movie in which Denzel Washington quotes from the holy scriptures while kicking...