Saoirse Ronan

7

Good

Loving Vincent review

Six years and 65,000 hand-made oil paintings give us a take on the life of Vincent van Gogh which is visually breathtaking – and is ultimately a little too focused on being a spectacle

8

Great

Brooklyn review

Brooklyn is a beauty to be sure – a lyrically crafted and very touching tale of a young woman coming out of her shell when embarking on a new life...

10

Superb

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...

4

Poor

How I Live Now review

How I Live Now sees Macdonald – director of Touching The Void, The Last King Of Scotland and State Of Play – take on a young adult novel about a...

8

Great

Byzantium review (Blu-ray)

Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.

2

Dreadful

Justin and the Knights of Valour review

There was a moment during the middle of this film – as our protagonist Justin sparred with his Scottish knight instructor again in what felt the longest Rocky-style improvement montage...

2

Dreadful

The Host review (Blu-ray)

Romance and science fiction collide in The Host, another Hollywood adaptation of a Stephanie "Twilight" Meyer novel.

8

Great

Byzantium review

Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.

10

Superb

Hanna review (Blu-ray)

Hanna takes a familiar chase movie plot and twists it into some interesting new shapes.  Hanna (Ronan) is 16.

10

Superb