Olivia Williams

7

Good

Sabotage review (Blu-ray)

It's a shame that audiences no longer have much of an appetite for Big Arnie's macho heroics – they flock to fluffy superheroes now.

7

Good

Anna Karenina review

Wright's new take on the oft told Tolstoy classic is vibrant and energetic, making it easily accessible to a 21st century audience.

8

Great

Wild Bill review

One can’t say expectations were high for this. Wild Bill is an East End drama about a drug dealer just out on parole, written and directed by actor Dexter Fletcher...

4

Poor

Broken Lines review

Broken Lines is a first for many of those involved. It's the debut feature from director Sallie Aprahamian, and the first screenplay from actors Dan Fredenburgh and Doraly Rosa.

4

Poor

Hanna review

Joe Wright's movie has received glowing reviews from certain critics, which is a mystery. His sure footed direction, though visually bold with some arresting shots, misses the mark overall.

10

Superb

The Ghost review (Blu-ray)

In 1839, English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton coined the now famous phrase “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and such is the essence of Roman Polanski’s densely layered political masterpiece,...

10

Superb

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll review (Blu-ray)

According to Ian Dury, there are a couple of ways to avoid death. One of these, the Essex-born punk legend asserted, was to be magnificent.

10

Superb

The Ghost review

In 1839, English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton coined the now famous phrase “the pen is mightier than the sword”, and such is the essence of Roman Polanski’s densely layered political masterpiece,...

10

Superb

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll

According to Ian Dury, there are a couple of ways to avoid death. One of these, the Essex-born punk legend asserted, was to be magnificent.

7

Good

Flashbacks of a Fool (DVD)

Daniel Craig steps out of the tuxedo and turns up in a nostalgic and bittersweet drama about a fading Hollywood star.