Steve Buscemi

6

Fair

The Cobbler DVD review

Oddly dark comedy starring Sandler as a sad Jewish cobbler who can walk a mile in other men's shoes when he uses his missing fathers repair machine

8

Great

Barton Fink review

In this dark comedy from the Coen Brothers, playwright Barton Fink (John Turturro) develops the worst case of writer's block

8

Great

Time Out of Mind review

Writer-director Moverman certainly isn't one for crowd-pleasers. His previous two double duty efforts were The Messenger and Rampart, both effective to be sure but hardly fun.

4

Poor

10

Superb

Fargo review (Remastered Blu-ray)

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8

Great

Monsters University review (Blu-ray)

It has often been suggested that the not-so well-hidden secret to Pixar’s success is story. The studio's films can go from action spectacle to heart-warming to hilarious, and it usually...

2

Dreadful

Grown Ups 2 review

There's a scene about halfway through Grown Ups 2 where Sandler tells his buddies: "We're irrelevant. We're useless.

7

Good

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone review (Blu-ray)

A capable cast and just enough humour means this predictable comedy isn’t spellbinding but won’t leave you asking for your money back.

6

Fair

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone review

A capable cast and just enough humour means this predictable comedy isn’t spellbinding but won’t leave you asking for your money back.

7

Good

Hotel Transylvania review (Blu-ray)

I hope you are sitting down, because something truly shocking is about to happen. I am going to moderately praise a film which prominently features Sandler.