George MacKay

8

Great

Captain Fantastic review

Captain Fantastic takes what could be an excruciating time spent with an annoying hippie family and it into one of the sweetest comedy-dramas you will see

8

Great

For Those In Peril review (DVD)

Despite starring in a scattering of prominent features, I only really became aware of George MacKay with his fantastic star turn on the massively enjoyable Sunshine on Leith.

8

Great

Sunshine on Leith review (Blu-ray)

It's cliched to trot out that well worn phrase "feelgood movie of the year", but Sunshine on Leith certainly fulfils that remit. I loved it.

6

Fair

Breakfast With Jonny Wilkinson review

Breakfast With Jonny Wilkinson is not, as you might suspect, an interview conducted with the England rugby legend over fried eggs or croissants, but rather a work of fiction in...

8

Great

Sunshine on Leith review

It's cliched to trot out that well worn phrase "feelgood movie of the year", but Sunshine on Leith certainly fulfils that remit. I loved it.

4

Poor

How I Live Now review

How I Live Now sees Macdonald – director of Touching The Void, The Last King Of Scotland and State Of Play – take on a young adult novel about a...

6

Fair

The Boys Are Back review (DVD)

Based on Simon Carr’s memoir, The Boys Are Back in Town, Scott Hicks’ new film puts Clive Owen at the centre of a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings...

6

Fair

The Boys Are Back

Based on Simon Carr’s memoir, The Boys Are Back in Town, Scott Hicks’ new film puts Clive Owen at the centre of a family drama that tugs at the heartstrings...

8

Great

Defiance (DVD)

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising is well known. Only just told is the true story of the Bielski brothers, Jewish partisans in Belarus who took to the forests after avenging the...