Mark Strong

6

Fair

Miss Sloane review

Miss Sloane is John Madden's attempt at bringing to the big screen the political drama and atmosphere that made David Fincher's House of Cards memorable

6

Fair

Low Winter Sun review (DVD)

Some TV shows are a victim of their time. Low Winter Sun is as much a victim here as the corrupt cop murdered in the opening scenes of an impressive...

6

Fair

Welcome to the Punch review

A brave stab at a fully-British action film, Welcome to the Punch is an ambitious step forward from writer/director Creevy’s first feature, 2008’s Shifty.

7

Good

John Carter review

If you are finding yourself asking "John who", do not fear – you are one of the many filmgoers who are unfamiliar with the long running sci-fi character created by Edgar...

4

Poor

Black Gold review

Director Jean-Jacques Annaud has been knocking around for years, and his varied output always looks good and is confidently rendered.

8

Great

The Guard review (Blu-ray)

Boldly trashing the tourist image of County Galway, The Guard presents rural Ireland as a hotbed of joyriding, hidden arms caches, Country and Western loving terrorists, bent coppers, sex, drugs...

5

Average

Green Lantern review (3D Blu-ray)

In a time when superhero movies are fighting for supremacy at the summer box office, Green Lantern felt more than a little lightweight on its initial release.

4

Poor

Green Lantern review (DVD)

Yet another addition to the ever growing mass of superhero movies, Green Lantern is a workmanlike effort that fails to cast a spell.

9

Excellent

6

Fair

The Eagle review (Blu-ray)

The Eagle is an epic Roman adventure set in the year 140AD and follows the Roman commander Marcus Flavius Aquila (Tatum) recently discharged from the army due to injury.