U

2

Dreadful

The Emoji Movie review

The Emoji Movie is an exercise in corporate advertising at its most shameless, and will leave you feeling 'meh' at best and worrying for our future as a species at worst

10

Superb

City Lights review (Blu-ray)

The films of Charlie Chaplin never fail to be charming. No matter how silly and outrageously slapstick they are, they each have the power in their cinematic cores to connect...

6

Fair

The Circus review (Blu-ray)

Charlie Chaplin's 1928 classic The Circus has always had a bit of a mixed reputation. Some say it's among Chaplin's greatest films – one of the original taglines even goes...

4

Poor

Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer review (DVD)

The poster and cover art for Adventures of a Dragonslayer leave a lot be desired when you actually sit down and watch it.

6

Fair

Blessed review (DVD)

Starring the Danny Trejo of British television James Nesbitt (because he's in everything), Blessed is a touching tale of one man who loses everything he cares for in his life...

8

Great

The Dam Busters: Special Edition review (Blu-ray)

What can be said about this fine, fine film that hasn't been already since its release in 1955? The Dam Busters is not only one of the greatest war films...

6

Fair

The Fantastic Four: Complete 1978 Series review (DVD)

The short-lived 1978 series of The Fantastic Four contains an apt four hours of animated superhero action created by Marvel's legendary Stan Lee, who also wrote most of the episodes.

4

Poor

Prince Valiant review (Blu-ray)

Henry Hathaway was never really much of a director, let's be honest. He focused mainly on action films that were average at best, sans a few exceptions like the flame-throwing...

8

Great

Microcosmos: Special Edition (DVD)

While subsequent TV series and David Attenborough's ever-increasing output have, no doubt, stolen some of its thunder, Microcosmos is still a stunning movie.