Iain Glen

6

Fair

7

Good

6

Fair

The Iron Lady review (Blu-ray)

Truth be told, The Iron Lady isn't much to shout about. In portraying the former British Prime Minister, vilified and admired in equal measure by the UK population, director Lloyd...

5

Average

The Iron Lady review

Truth be told, The Iron Lady isn't much to shout about. In portraying the former British Prime Minister, vilified and admired in equal measure by the UK population, director Lloyd...

6

Fair

6

Fair

Harry Brown review (Blu-ray)

The British urban landscape and the youths that are generated by it have become a fascination for films recently, with movies such as Adulthood, Kidulthood, Eden Lake and Shifty.

6

Fair

Harry Brown

The British urban landscape and the youths that are generated by it have become a fascination for films recently, with movies such as Adulthood, Kidulthood, Eden Lake and Shifty all...

2

Dreadful

Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution (DVD)

Working neither as a drama with laughs or a comedy with a point, Mrs Ratcliffe’s Revolution takes a fascinating true story and then has no idea what to do with it.

7

Good

The Last Legion

Comparisons to Ridley Scott’s Gladiator are inevitable for any modern sword-and-sandals epic, with only the recent 300 proving it could stand up to a grizzly Russell Crowe (commercially at least),...

7

Good

Resident Evil: Extinction

Like so many people, I blanked Resident Evil: Apocalypse from mind out of sheer cerebral self-preservation. The first Rez Evil film is generally regarded as decent-ish, certainly for a game-to-movie adaptation.