Viggo Mortensen

7

Good

Green Book review

Green Book balances hefty themes with refreshing levity, formula with expert restrain in emotion; but its indubitable strong points are the herculean performances by Mortensen and Ali

8

Great

Captain Fantastic review

Captain Fantastic takes what could be an excruciating time spent with an annoying hippie family and it into one of the sweetest comedy-dramas you will see

8

Great

The Two Faces of January review (Blu-ray)

The Blu-ray cover for The Two Faces Of January tells us that it's from “The Author of The Talented Mr Ripley”.

5

Average

Everybody Has A Plan review

Mortensen returns to his one-time childhood home of Argentina (thanks, Wikipedia) for this interesting but ultimately unexciting tale in which he leaves his cushy life to replace his dead twin...

5

Average

A Dangerous Method review (Blu-ray)

David Cronenberg has had what can only be described as an eclectic career in film. From the early horror shockers such as Scanners and his remake of The Fly through...

4

Poor

A Dangerous Method review

David Cronenberg has had what can only be described as an eclectic career in film. From the early horror shockers such as Scanners and his remake of The Fly through...

9

Excellent

The Road

Post-apocalyptic films seem to be all the rage in the last year or so. Off the top of my head, there’s been 9, The Age Of Stupid, 2012, as well...

8

Great

Good

Mortensen stars as German literature professor John Halder, a generally "good" man who is inadvertently sucked into the Nazi regime by his views on euthenasia and his inability to resist...

6

Fair

Appaloosa

In an age when cinematic blockbusters rule in all their special-effect laden glory, one could be forgiven for thinking that the venerable western would have gone the way of the...

8

Great

Eastern Promises (DVD)

There was a time when the name David Cronenberg was synonymous with low-budget Canadian horror schlock that resorted to hiring an ex porn actress for marquee value.