Stephen Campbell Moore

4

Poor

Red Joan review

Despite the compelling question it seeks to pose, Red Joan lacks the charm to draw the spectator in and have them partake in the main character's dilemma. Character drama and historical commentary that could have made the film richer than its premise ended up bogging it down in what feels like a collage of familiar, underdeveloped plots that never became more than a sum of parts.

7

Good

The Ones Below review

The Ones Below is a nice little four-handed psychological thriller that has more than a touch of the Hitchcocks about it

7

Good

The Ones Below review

How well can we ever know the people who live around us? That's the theme of this nice little four-handed psychological thriller that has more than a touch of the Hitchcocks...

4

Poor

Johnny English Reborn review

Spare a thought for Mr Atkinson's co-stars here. West did five seasons of that TV masterpiece The Wire, Anderson was in cult fave The X-Files while Schiff had seven classy...

0

Season of the Witch review ?½

It's been 10 years since Cage and director Sena collaborated on the unmemorable and unexciting Gone in 60 Seconds – but alas, their teamwork hasn't sharpened over the years.

3

Poor

The Bank Job (DVD)

The heist movie is a classic mainstay of British cinema, with its love of the underdog and the ability to make even the most violent cockney criminals seem wry and endearing.

3

Poor

The Bank Job

The heist movie is a classic mainstay of British cinema, with its love of the underdog and the ability to make even the most violent cockney criminals seem wry and endearing.