Gillian Anderson

6

Fair

8

Great

Viceroy's House review

Gurinder Chadha's foray into history gives us an impactful if slightly cliched final product, and a film that may say as much about our future as it does India's past

7

Good

The Fall: Series 1 review (Blu-ray)

It's a grey, wet, miserable Belfast where The Fall takes place, one where seemingly normal family man Paul (Dornan) can fall under the radar as he stalks women, invades their...

7

Good

Shadow Dancer review

Journalist Bradby’s 1998 debut novel gets the big screen treatment in Marsh’s Shadow Dancer. Set in the months prior to the 1994 ceasefire, this British thriller is rooted within an...

4

Poor

Johnny English Reborn review

Spare a thought for Mr Atkinson's co-stars here. West did five seasons of that TV masterpiece The Wire, Anderson was in cult fave The X-Files while Schiff had seven classy...

4

Poor

Boogie Woogie review

Wow! That could be a Tracy Emin-like character! Look! That’s a real Damien Hirst! Zap! That might be based on Sarah Lucas! Kapow! That art-collector, could he be based on...

6

Fair

How To Lose Friends & Alienate People (DVD)

How To Lose Friends & Alienate People is based on the memoirs of Brit journo, Toby Young, who entered the bland and fickle world of celebrity when he landed a...

6

Fair

6

Fair

How To Lose Friends & Alienate People

Sidney Young (Pegg) is a disillusioned young journalist. At once enthralled and repulsed by celebrity, he gets his revenge for not being famous by sniping at those who are.

6

Fair