Kim Cattrall

8

Great

Porky's review (Blu-ray)

Released in 1982, Porky’s captured exactly what high school was all about: getting drunk and getting laid.

8

Great

Big Trouble In Little China review (Blu-ray)

Awkwardly marketed and unloved upon its mid-80s release by 20th Century Fox, Big Trouble In Little China directly followed director John Carpenter’s most mainstream release to date, 1984’s warm sci-fi...

0

Sex and The City 2 review (Blu-ray) ?

Has there ever been a film for which a review is as pointless as it is for Sex and the City 2? The audience is ready made and will rush...

10

Superb

The Ghost review (Blu-ray)

In 1839, English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton coined the now famous phrase “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and such is the essence of Roman Polanski’s densely layered political masterpiece,...

4

Poor

The B-Movie Collection review (DVD)

"B-movie" is a term that gets thrown around a little incorrectly these days and seems to have taken on a different meaning.

0

Sex and The City 2 review ?

Has there ever been a film for which a review is as pointless as it is for Sex and the City 2? The audience is ready made and will see...

10

Superb

The Ghost review

In 1839, English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton coined the now famous phrase “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and such is the essence of Roman Polanski’s densely layered political masterpiece,...

4

Poor

Sex & The City: The Movie (DVD)

The four "girls"? Check. Sexy New York locations? Check. Witty asides? Check. Expensive frocks? Check, check and check again: hell, Carrie (Parker) manages around seven changes of outfit in the...

4

Poor

Sex & The City: The Movie

The four "girls"? Check. Sexy New York locations? Check. Witty asides? Check. Expensive frocks? Check, check and check again: hell, Carrie (Parker) manages around seven changes of outfit in the...

6

Fair

The Tiger’s Tail

John Boorman’s latest film is an oddball take on the nature v nurture debate. It's billed as a black comedy but, in truth, it’s neither particularly dark nor particularly funny...