Mel Gibson

8

Great

8

Great

4

Poor

Machete Kills review

At last, Machete Kills, the not-at-all-eagerly awaited sequel to the disappointing movie, Machete, no one really asked for or thought was that good based on the smirksome spoof trailer that...

8

Great

Mad Max Collection review (Blu-ray)

Before there was Riggs, before there was Braveheart, before there was Beaver, there was Max. Mad Max. The post-apocalyptic role that took a young Gibson onto the world stage.

6

Fair

How I Spent My Summer Vacation review

This larky actioner is a good showcase for Gibson. Though he hasn't exactly been Mr Popular in the headlines, How I Spent My Summer Vacation displays his ageing grizzled visage...

4

Poor

The Beaver review (DVD)

For those of you who have been living for the last few years in a cave sans wireless, The Beaver is  Gibson's return to the big screen … as a...

4

Poor

The Beaver review

Walter Black (Gibson) is a man whose personal and professional life is in free-fall due to mental illness.

10

Superb

Lethal Weapon Collection review (Blu-ray)

Remember when, back in the day, Mel Gibson was not a raving, racist, homophobic, misogynistic, alcoholic, wife-abusing antisemite, but actually an actor who was making some pretty decent films? Well,...

6

Fair

Edge of Darkness review (DVD)

When the daughter of veteran Boston policeman Thomas Craven (Gibson) is brutally gunned down in front of him on the steps of his home, everyone assumes the bullet was meant...

6

Fair

The Passion of The Christ review (Blu-ray)

As someone in Viz once wrote, "Have you seen Mel Gibson's remake of The Life of Brian? It isn't as funny as the original..." Somehow, despite the controversy / acclaim...