Kate Hudson

The Reluctant Fundamentalist review

Flawed but ambitious, this arresting drama deserves a watch. It stars Ahmed as Changez Khan, a lecturer in Lahore, extolling anti-Western sentiments to his students, under suspicion of being involved...

Something Borrowed review (Blu-ray)

What is the major problem with Something Borrowed? Nothing. This is a film that sits like a large, perfectly shined lump of blandness, asks for nothing from the audience, and...

The Killer Inside Me review (DVD)

What do we find so fascinating about the dark side of the human psyche? While the televised 'social experiment' that was Big Brother may have descended into reality-TV farce, films...

The Killer Inside Me review

What do we find so fascinating about the dark side of the human psyche? While the televised 'social experiment' that was Big Brother may have descended into reality-TV farce, films...

Nine

Rob Marshall is the ideal director for this film version of the Broadway musical. He imbues the film with a relentless energy and the musical numbers, in the same vein...

Bride Wars (DVD & Blu-ray)

Do you take this film to be your 90-minute companion? To watch and to enjoy for the duration of your union? I would suggest you answer “no”, and switch off ...

My Best Friend’s Girl (DVD)

Once predicted as the next big thing after her terrific turn in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous, Kate Hudson has since become disposable fodder for the generic romantic comedy, trading in...

Bride Wars

Do you take this film to be your 90-minute companion? To watch and to enjoy for the duration of your union? I would suggest you answer “no”, and run out...