James McAvoy

8

Great

Atomic Blonde review

Spy thrillers always have convoluted, muddled plots that never quite add up. From Bond to Bourne and even the classic Le Carre and Tom Clancy stories, spy thrillers are exciting...

6

Fair

5

Average

6

Fair

4

Poor

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

Trance review (Blu-ray)

Simon (McAvoy) works for an art auction house. But he has massive gambling debts. So he becomes the inside man for a gang of art theives, headed by Franck (Cassel).

8

Great

Trance review

Simon (McAvoy) works for an art auction house. But he has massive gambling debts. So he becomes the inside man for a gang of art theives, headed by Franck (Cassel).

6

Fair

Welcome to the Punch review

A brave stab at a fully-British action film, Welcome to the Punch is an ambitious step forward from writer/director Creevy’s first feature, 2008’s Shifty.

9

Excellent

X-Men: First Class review (Triple-Play Blu-ray)

For some children, eagerly awaiting the next comic for the latest exciting instalment in the lives of Bendyman, Metalface and Firewoman was the highlight of their week.