Joaquin Phoenix

8

Great

The Sisters Brothers review

Jacques Audiard's premier English feature scintillates as a tale of ruthlessness, camaraderie and black humour in the very heart of the Gold Rush, and injects yet more new life into the Western genre

4

Poor

Irrational Man review

Don't bother with Woody's offering this year - it's far from his best. This one is full of reheated ideas that have blessed better efforts from him in the past.

4

Poor

Her review (Blu-ray)

Set in an LA of some years to come, a moustachioed Phoenix is the office shlub, fragile after the break-up of his marriage.

10

Superb

The Master review (Blu-ray)

The Master was one of the most discussed, analysed and argued about films of 2012. Battle lines were drawn between those who see Anderson cementing his reputation as the first...

8

Great

I'm Still Here review (Blu-ray)

In October 2008, Joaquin Phoenix announced his retirement from acting to take up a career in music.

8

Great

I'm Still Here review

In October 2008, Joaquin Phoenix announced his retirement from acting to take up a career in music.

8

Great

Two Lovers (DVD)

Leonard Kraditor (Phoenix) is a troubled young man. Not long after a failed suicide attempt, he meets two attractive women and things seem to be looking up.

8

Great

Two Lovers

Leonard Kraditor (Phoenix) is a troubled young man. Not long after a failed suicide attempt, he meets two attractive women and things seem to be looking up.

8

Great

Reservation Road (DVD)

The human conscience is a powerful thing. Couple it with a life altering mistake compounded by a momentary lapse in moral judgment and a person can find themselves gripped by...

5

Average

We Own The Night (DVD)

Another formulaic family drama, with one brother a cop and another brother in league with crims. Like we haven't seen that before.