Reviews

8

Great

9

Excellent

5

Average

The Commuter review

The Commuter is by no means awful, but it’s indistinguishable from the rest and has nothing too memorable to shout about

9

Excellent

Darkest Hour review

Gary Oldman and an ensemble cast captivate in one of the most thoroughly compelling depictions of Churchill in years, crafting a striking image of a man who is born to lead - and undeniably human

0

Small-Screen Jabber 13-19 January

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Britannia,Hits, Hype and Hustle, The Coronation and Before We Die

0

Win Una on Blu-ray

Thanks to Thunderbird Releasing, we have TWO copies of Una on Blu-ray to give away

8

Great

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri makes the whole experience of going to the cinema once again surprisingly refreshing and sets itself to be a big player in the upcoming Academy Awards night.

7

Good

All the Money in the World review

Ridley Scott's examination of an historic kidnapping has emerged from a troubled production as a strong feature in its own right - both as a thriller, and as a tale on the power of greed