Ethan Hawke

Regression review

Writer-director Amenabar returns to the chiller fold with this inspired by real events tale. It doesn't have quite the intrigue or scares of The Others though.

The Purge review (Blu-ray)

The Purge has a brilliant set-up – in fact, one of the most intriguing in years. Imagine a world where, for one night every year, all laws are suspended.

Before Midnight review

You don't have to have seen Before Sunset (1995) or Before Sunrise (2004) to fully enjoy this third go-round featuring that beguiling couple Jesse and Celine (Hawke and Delpy).

The Purge review

The Purge has a brilliant set-up – in fact, one of the most intriguing in years. Imagine a world where, for one night every year, all laws are suspended.

Sinister review

Sinister is a clever little chiller that seems to be heading one way and then takes you in a quite different, and much nastier, direction.Hawke stars as Ellison Oswalt, a...

The Woman in the Fifth review

Based on Douglas Kennedy's novel, this disjointed drama stars Hawke as American Tom Ricks, recently arrived in Paris so that he can see his estranged daughter.

New York, I Love You review

New York (or rather Manhattan) is my favourite city – it's exciting, exuberant and beguiling all at once, but this portmanteau movie set in the Big Apple lacks all these qualities.

Brooklyn's Finest review (Blu-ray)

Antoine Fuqua scored a major success nine years ago with Training Day, a strong police drama with a knockout performance from Denzel Washington (winning his second Oscar) - but the...