Liev Schreiber

6

Fair

8

Great

Spotlight review

Journalists crop up in movies all the time – usually portrayed as a braying pack of wolves, out for blood (and, in the olden days, wearing a hat with a "Press"...

5

Average

The Butler review (Blu-ray)

Applying a Forest Gump-like formula to the history of the civil rights movement in America, The Butler is a worthy but uneven piece left exhausted by the sheer sweep of...

4

Poor

The Butler review

Applying a Forest Gump-like formula to the history of the civil rights movement in America, The Butler is a worthy but uneven piece left exhausted by the sheer sweep of...

2

Dreadful

7

Good

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...

8

Great

Goon review (Blu-ray)

Goon is, like its protagonist, gloriously stupid. It’s very much a case of Zoolander on ice. Ice hockey, that is – not that there’s much hockey involved.

8

Great

Goon review

Goon is, like its protagonist, gloriously stupid. It’s very much a case of Zoolander on ice. Ice hockey, that is – not that there’s much hockey involved.

8

Great

The Scream Trilogy review (Blu-ray)

Looking back on these films is interesting. Scream hit our screens in 1996, at a time when the horror genre was somewhat in the doldrums. The Freddy Krueger franchise appeared...

7

Good

Salt review (Blu-ray)

Amazing what a chance comment can do, isn't it? According to the "legend" behind perfectly-adequate spy thriller Salt, Angelina Jolie once made a flippant comment about her desire to play...