Emma Stone

8

Great

Zombieland: Double Tap review

A sequel with spirit, Zombieland: Double Tap avoids the typical traps that are becoming steadily more prevalent in this era of flimmaking by being a simple, earnest follow-up with genuine heart and humour, albeit at a slight cost

8

Great

8

Great

4

Poor

Irrational Man review

Don't bother with Woody's offering this year - it's far from his best. This one is full of reheated ideas that have blessed better efforts from him in the past.

8

Great

The Croods review (Blu-ray)

This latest feature from Dreamworks began life as an Aardman production, with a script from De Micco and Cleese.

6

Fair

The Croods review (DVD)

This latest feature from Dreamworks began life as an Aardman production, with a script from De Micco and Cleese.

2

Dreadful

7

Good

Gangster Squad review (Blu-ray)

Everyone wears a badge,” growls Sgt John O’Mara (Brolin). He's right – my favourite badge from my collection says “No Likey, No Lighty”, but I don’t think this would qualify...

7

Good

The Croods review

This latest feature from Dreamworks began life as an Aardman production, with a script from De Micco and Cleese.

5

Average

The Amazing Spider-Man review

An unnecessary reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man is more average than awesome; more "meh" than "woo hoo". Not that it's a bad film, far from it.