Michael Fassbender

Steve Jobs review

Here's the third attempt in as many years to bring the story of the Apple cofounder to the big screen – and easily the best, thanks to a crackling script from Sorkin and a vivid central performance by Fassbender.

Macbeth review

The Scottish Play. If you’re the superstitious sort, or are making stilted, pseudo-intellectual, small talk at a middle class dinner party while The Buena Vista Social Club album makes for...

12 Years A Slave review (Blu-ray)

A tale of triumph in the face of unspeakable cruelty, a damning portrayal of a decaying society built on the commodification of humanity with a lush, lyrical, visual aestheticism.

The Counsellor review (2-disc Blu-ray)

After having four of his novels adapted into films, McCarthy – at the ripe old age of 80 – opted to try his hand at screenwriting.

12 Years A Slave review

A tale of triumph in the face of unspeakable cruelty, a damning portrayal of a decaying society built on the commodification of humanity with a lush, lyrical, visual aestheticism, only...