Gael García Bernal

8

Great

8

Great

No review (DVD)

In 1973, Chile’s armed forces staged a coup against President Salvador Allende and General Augusto Pinochet took control of the government.

10

Superb

Casa de mi Padre review

“If it sounds Spanish man, that’s what it is – a Spanish movie.” And so opens exactly that – a Spanish movie set in a Mexican-Western setting, starring none other...

0

Mammoth review ?½

Lukas Moodysson's first English speaking movie is an overlong bore - nothing but an exercise in mundanity for the first hour and a half with some unconvincing dramatics thrown in...

4

Poor

Letters to Juliet review (Blu-ray)

Sophie (Seyfried) is a fact checker – it’s like researcher, apparently – for a New York magazine for whom she seems to specialise in romantic stories.

6

Fair

The Limits of Control review (DVD)

Does The Limits of Control represent a highpoint in Jim Jarmusch’s sometimes patchy career? No. Does it serve any great purpose or tell a life-changing tale? No, far from it.

6

Fair

The Limits of Control

Does The Limits of Control represent a highpoint in Jim Jarmusch’s sometimes patchy career? No. Does it serve any great purpose or tell a life-changing tale? No, far from it.

8

Great

Chevolution

Chevolution is a remarkable documentary, fully polished, accessible and absolutely assured in its execution. It is a Che film with a difference that, appearing after pictures like The Motorcycle Diaries...

7

Good

Blindness

Author José Saramago’s decision to protect the rights to his 1998 Nobel Prize winning novel was a rare and brave gesture.

8

Great

The Science of Sleep

After the playfully love-it-or-hate-it nature of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Michel Gondry returns… with another playfully love-it-or-hate-it film.