Eddie Marsan

8

Great

Tyrannosaur review

Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.

9

Excellent

Junkhearts review

You're in for a grim ride with this psychological drama, the first feature film from director Tinge Krishnan.

0

London Boulevard review (DVD) ?

Monahan won an Oscar for his screenplay of The Departed and here makes his directorial debut in a parallel milieu of dodgy gangsters, bad behaviour and double dealings.

0

London Boulevard review ?½

William Monahan won an Oscar for his screenplay of The Departed and here makes his directorial debut in a parallel milieu of dodgy gangsters, bad behaviour and double dealings.

4

Poor

The Disappearance of Alice Creed review (DVD)

What it must be to be rich. The things you could buy, the places you could go, the kidnappers you could attract...

6

Fair

Sherlock Holmes review (DVD)

Downey Jr plays that most British of sleuths, Sherlock Holmes, in this new take on an old franchise, with Law as his long-suffering sidekick, Watson.

4

Poor

The Disappearance of Alice Creed review

What it must be to be rich. The things you could buy, the places you could go, the kidnappers you could attract...

6

Fair

Sherlock Holmes

Downey Jr plays that most British of sleuths, Sherlock Holmes, in this new take on an old franchise, with Law as his long-suffering sidekick, Watson.

6

Fair

Me and Orson Welles

I had never heard of the actor Christian McKay before this movie, but by god does he give a wonderful interpetation of Orson Welles - it's easily one of the...

8

Great

The Red Riding Trilogy (DVD)

Fans of David Peace’s Red Riding series of novels might wonder why the televisual treatment of the author’s work has turned the quartet of books into a trilogy.