Imogen Poots

9

Excellent

I Kill Giants review

The first full-length feature from Anders Walter ably adapts Joe Kelly and Ken Niimura's graphic novel into a simple yet profoundly effective film on adolescence, acceptance and facing one's demons, and no amount of misleading advertising can keep this one down

7

Good

Green Room review

Green Room follows The Ain’t Rights, a punk rock band so desperate for a gig they agree to play to a crowd of white supremacists

7

Good

Green Room review

"Let’s watch a gruesome horror film in the slightly unnerving environment of an underground nightclub" is something you’ll never hear me suggest.

10

Superb

Filth review (Blu-ray)

Swaggering gallusly in the footsteps of disappointing adaptations of Ecstasy and The Acid House and a full 17 years after Danny Boyle's chirpy, cheeky, sanitised Carry On Up The Shooting...

8

Great

The Look of Love review

A breezy romp through the life of Paul Raymond – the entrepreneur who became very rich through his strip joints, adult magazines and numerous properties in London's Soho – Winterbottom's...

8

Great

A Late Quartet review

This is very much an actors piece for middle-aged, middle brow audiences. It's not one for the younger crowd but don't be put off by that. All four leads are superb.

4

Poor

Comes a Bright Day review

Roberts, so good in Submarine, here plays a similar role – that of the shy, put upon young man harbouring a crush on a girl.

7

Good

Jane Eyre review (Blu-ray)

Jane Eyre (Wasikowska) travels to Thornfield Hall to take up her role as governess to the ward of Mr Rochester (Fassbender).

7

Good

Jane Eyre review

Prepare yourselves because this autumn is Bronte season. Hollywood has obviously decided to give Jane Austen a bit of a rest, so now it's the turn of her Northern bretheren...

8

Great