Ralph Fiennes

Hail, Caesar! review

Funny, smart, accessible, wonderfully observed and stylishly shot, Hail, Caesar! is up there with the Coen Brothers' best

Hail, Caesar! review

Funny, smart, accessible, wonderfully observed and stylishly shot, Hail, Caesar! is up there with the Coen Brothers' best.

Spectre review

Spectre is an up-to-date celebration of everything that is Bond, James Bond; and if it is the final outing for both Craig and Mendes, then they can go out with their heads held high

The Grand Budapest Hotel review (Blu-ray)

Fiennes is one of the finest dramatic actors around, but he really gets to give his comedy muscles a workout in Anderson's brilliant, quirky, delightfully funny and wholly original The...

Great Expectations review (Blu-ray)

Charles Dickens' 13th novel has been the subject of over a dozen film and TV adaptations, including a celebrated 1946 version by David Lean that is often ranked as one...

Coriolanus review (Blu-ray)

Shakespeare's play is not one of his most popular or best loved, but it is coldly compelling - just like its lead character.

Wrath of the Titans review

Well, it's better than its predecessor, but that's not much of a recommendation. 2010's Clash of the Titans was rubbish, whereas Wrath is merely tolerable.