Robin Williams

7

Good

Boulevard review

A middle-aged, married banker is forced to confront his long held secret when a young hustler comes into his life

4

Poor

The Butler review

Applying a Forest Gump-like formula to the history of the civil rights movement in America, The Butler is a worthy but uneven piece left exhausted by the sheer sweep of...

6

Fair

The Big Wedding review

Who doesn’t have a dysfunctional family? This lot certainly does. In the adaptation from the French film, The Big Wedding is a story of the many complexities of relationships within...

8

Great

World's Greatest Dad review (DVD)

While most know Bob Goldthwait for his screeching turn in the Police Academy movies, for the past 19 years he’s turned himself into a director.

8

Great

World's Greatest Dad review

While most know Bob Goldthwait for his screeching turn in the Police Academy movies, for the last 19 years, he’s turned himself into a director.

0

Shrink review (DVD) ?

Shrink is a shapeless ensemble drama – tired, plastic and dull, a poor man's Crash set in LA portraying the trials and tribulations of a group of disparate and unhappy...

0

Shrink review ?

Shrink is a shapeless ensemble drama – tired, plastic and dull, a poor man's Crash set in LA portraying the trials and tribulations of a group of disparate and unhappy...

0

Old Dogs review ½

Inane, witless, excruciating - there, that's all you need to know about this wretched "comedy" that was rightly up for a number of razzies this year.

6

Fair

Night At The Museum 2 (Blu-ray)

Here comes a family-friendly sequel to one of the biggest family-friendly hits of 2006. It's got a bigger playground this time (Washington's Smithsonian Institute) and a bigger cast of familiar...

6

Fair

Night At The Museum 2

Here comes a family-friendly sequel to one of the biggest family-friendly hits of 2006. It's got a bigger playground this time (Washington's Smithsonian Institute) and a bigger cast of familiar...