Maggie Grace

Aftermath review

Arnie's back, but not as we know him, in this gripping pot-boiler based on the true story of a man who loses his wife and daughter in a plane crash

Lockout review (Blu-ray)

Many films with a credit for Luc Besson have been sheer brain poison over the past few years and almost register on the "shit film" scale – up there with...

Lockout review

Sneaking into cinemas without the fanfare that it rightly deserves is Lockout. Now, many films with a credit for Luc Besson have been sheer brain poison over the last few...

Taken (DVD)

Not to be confused with the Spielberg mini-series of the same name, Taken sees ex-CIA black-ops agent Bryan (Neeson) calling on all his special forces training to recover his teenage...

Taken

Not to be confused with the Spielberg mini-series of the same name, Taken sees ex-CIA black-ops agent Bryan (Neeson) calling on all his special forces training to recover his teenage...

The Jane Austen Book Club

Despite the ‘inspiration’ behind this film being so very English, The Jane Austen Book Club is a most American movie. And that’s not meant in a good way.