Jodie Foster

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

7

Good

7

Good

10

Superb

Elysium review (Blu-ray)

For the Greeks of antiquity, Elysium was paradise, a land in the afterlife where heroes and those blessed by the gods could rest for eternity, their lives untouched by sorrow...

9

Excellent

Elysium review

For the Greeks of antiquity, Elysium was paradise, a land in the afterlife where heroes and those blessed by the gods could rest for eternity, their lives untouched by sorrow...

7

Good

Carnage review (Blu-ray)

There have been several exceptional dramas confined to one location in the past with such great examples like Twelve Angry Men and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe.

6

Fair

Carnage review

There have been several exceptional dramas confined to one location in the past with such great examples like Twelve Angry Men and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe.

4

Poor

The Beaver review (DVD)

For those of you who have been living for the last few years in a cave sans wireless, The Beaver is  Gibson's return to the big screen … as a...

4

Poor

The Beaver review

Walter Black (Gibson) is a man whose personal and professional life is in free-fall due to mental illness.

10

Superb

Taxi Driver review

To mark the 35th anniversary of this iconic piece of film history, Taxi Driver has been re-released with a full makeover; a full 4k digital restoration with no cracks or...