Michael Sheen

Admission review

Billed as yet another comedy ostensibly concerned with the perils of modern parenting, Admission is never as sharp as you’d hope with Fey spearheading proceedings, but its charming cast and...

Midnight in Paris review (DVD)

So now it's Owen Wilson's turn to adopt the Woody Allen role in the writer-director's latest offering, that of the flustered individual dealing awkwardly with his wayward lovelife and troubled entanglements.

Resistance review

Set in a the Welsh Valley in 1944-45, Resistance takes place in an alternate history where D-Day has failed and the German Army has successfully counter attacked and invaded the...

Midnight in Paris review

So now it's Owen Wilson's turn to adopt the Woody Allen role in the writer-director's latest offering, that of the flustered individual dealing awkwardly with his wayward lovelife and troubled entanglements.

My Last Five Girlfriends

Tearfully, Duncan (Patricks) is writing a letter to his last five girlfriends. They have hurt him irreparably and he feels he has no choice but to end it all.

The Damned United (Blu-ray)

Michael Sheen, bless 'im – isn't he grand at playing real-life roguish figures? After his admirable stints as Kenneth Williams, Tony Blair and David Frost, here he is as football manager...