Jeff Goldblum

8

Great

Hotel Artemis review

With a compelling premise, a delightfully colourful and caring cast and a gripping if somewhat plain plot with enough beats and small elements to keep you guessing, Hotel Artemis gives much-needed life to the ‘Neo noir’ genre and proves once more that small indie films can punch above their weight

5

Average

6

Fair

8

Great

8

Great

Invasion of The Body Snatchers review (Blu-ray)

It’s unfair to call this version of Finney’s novel a remake, as the 1956 original version bares minimal resemblance to this film.

8

Great

6

Fair

Adventures in Zambezia review (DVD)

Being pleasantly surprised doesn't happen often enough these days, but kids' animation Adventures in Zambezia manages to deliver fun, good scripting and lovey animation in its 80-minute runtime.

8

Great

Jurassic Park Trilogy review (Blu-ray)

The man who gave us the original thrill-ride blockbuster – Jaws – brings dinosaurs back to life with the first true blockbuster trilogy of the CGI age.

9

Excellent

Jurassic Park review

When I was five I got a book about dinosaurs for Christmas. It was full of illustrations of colourful and exotic creatures with ridiculously long names.

7

Good

Morning Glory review (DVD)

Without doubt, Rachel McAdams is the best thing in Morning Glory. That isn't meant as a slight to her co-stars, instead it means she finally breaks out of her supporting...