John Hurt

8

Great

7

Good

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor review (DVD)

This is the one. The biggie, the one they unveiled only a week ago, the resolution of the Time War, two Doctors and a previously unknown version all together.

4

Poor

Immortals review (Blu-ray)

Quite why Hollywood is still churning out movies for teenage boys is a mystery. They don't pay to see films any more as they merely choose to download them for free.

6

Fair

Melancholia review (Blu-ray)

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.

9

Excellent

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy review (Blu-ray)

For fans of Le Carre's book there are changes and the book's somewhat meaty storyline has been pared down, but the key events are here (if moved to a different setting).

0

Immortals review ?

Quite why Hollywood is still churning out movies for teenage boys is a mystery. They don't pay to see films any more as they merely choose to download them for free.

6

Fair

Melancholia review

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.

9

Excellent

10

Superb

Harry Potter & Deathly Hallows: Pt 1 review (Blu-ray)

The seventh and penultimate outing of the hugely successful book and film series follows Harry Potter (Radcliffe), Ron Weasley (Grint) and Hermione Granger (Watson) on their hunt for the Horcruxes;...

0

Brighton Rock review ?

This was the Surprise Film at the 2010 London Film Festival. Ha ha. The poor suckers who were there that night doubtless couldn't have been pleased with what they sat through.