Eddie Marsan

8

Great

Atomic Blonde review

Spy thrillers always have convoluted, muddled plots that never quite add up. From Bond to Bourne and even the classic Le Carre and Tom Clancy stories, spy thrillers are exciting...

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.

10

Superb

Filth review (Blu-ray)

Swaggering gallusly in the footsteps of disappointing adaptations of Ecstasy and The Acid House and a full 17 years after Danny Boyle's chirpy, cheeky, sanitised Carry On Up The Shooting...

7

Good

Jack the Giant Slayer review (Blu-ray)

This large budget family adventure flopped big-time in the US after a troubled making. It's a traditional CGI affair, ambitious and enjoyable; its failure to lure in audiences somewhat unjust.

7

Good

The World's End review

The third and final part of Wright and Pegg’s Blood & Ice-cream trilogy, The World’s End has a tough act following the rom/zom/com Shaun of the Dead and buddy-comedy/action/cop/folk-horror mash-up...

6

Fair

Jack the Giant Slayer review

This large budget family adventure flopped big-time in the US after a troubled making. It's a traditional CGI affair, ambitious and enjoyable; its failure to lure in audiences somewhat unjust.

10

Superb

8

Great

Tyrannosaur review (Blu-ray)

Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.

8

Great

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows review

It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since Ritchie threw the deerstalker out with the kitchen sink and rebooted the great detective’s cinematic canon.

8

Great

Tyrannosaur review

Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.