Edward Norton

The Grand Budapest Hotel review (Blu-ray)

Fiennes is one of the finest dramatic actors around, but he really gets to give his comedy muscles a workout in Anderson's brilliant, quirky, delightfully funny and wholly original The...

The Bourne Legacy review

It's impossible not to compare this reboot to the masterful trilogy featuring Matt Damon. After all, we are told that his character is alive and well in the opening scenes,...

Moonrise Kingdom review

Mr Anderson's oeuvre has left me distinctly nonplussed on occasion. I missed Bottle Rocket and The Fantastic Mr Fox, however, and thought The Darjeeling Limited merely OK, but loathed the...

Leaves of Grass review (DVD)

Stuffy Professor Bill Kincaid (Norton) lives his life in the world of academia, specifically classical philosophy.

Pride and Glory (DVD)

When Screenjabber reviewer Craig McPherson saw Pride and Glory last year, he wasn’t impressed. Having missed it, I was interested to see it for myself, not least because Edward Norton...

The Incredible Hulk (DVD)

A quick trawl around the web will bring up a lot of passion as far as the Incredible Hulk is concerned.

Pride and Glory

If there’s any value to be gleaned from Pride and Glory it’s that even movies built around a pairing of top tier actors with a strong supporting cast can be...

The Incredible Hulk

A quick trawl around the web will bring up a lot of passion as far as the Incredible Hulk is concerned.