Sam Rockwell

8

Great

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri makes the whole experience of going to the cinema once again surprisingly refreshing and sets itself to be a big player in the upcoming Academy Awards night.

6

Fair

8

Great

The Way Way Back review (Blu-ray)

Declaring itself to be from the same studio that made Little Miss Sunshine and Juno, The Way Way Back comes with the credence of uber-cool indie film making.

8

Great

The Way Way Back review

Declaring itself to be from the same studio that made Little Miss Sunshine and Juno on all the ads, The Way Way Back comes with the credence of uber-cool indie...

6

Fair

Seven Psychopaths review (Blu-ray)

This is a standard crime tale with a difference. In seeking to cheekily subvert the tired cliches, writer-director McDonagh cleverly envelops the silly narrative with a kind of sardonic commentary...

4

Poor

The Sitter review (Blu-ray)

Is this the last film in which we're going to see a fat Jonah Hill? It was cleary made before 21 Jump Street, which features the slimmed-down version.

6

Fair

Cowboys & Aliens review (Blu-ray Triple Play)

I can imagine the first marketing meeting: The film's called Cowboys AND Aliens (two genres in one), it stars James Bond AND Han Solo/Indiana Jones (delete as applicable) and it's...

6

Fair

Cowboys & Aliens review

I can imagine the first marketing meeting: The film's called Cowboys AND Aliens (two genres in one), it stars James Bond AND Han Solo/Indiana Jones (delete as applicable) and it's...

7

Good

Conviction review (DVD)

Based on real events, Conviction tells the story of Betty Anne Waters (Swank), a mother of two and sister to Kenny (Rockwell) who is imprisoned for life without parole for...

7

Good

Conviction review

Based on real events, Conviction tells the story of Betty Anne Waters (Swank), a mother of two and sister to Kenny (Rockwell) who is imprisoned for life without parole for...