Louise Bolotin

Louise Bolotin

Louise Bolotin is Screenjabber’s TV critic. She has a penchant for quality drama and quirky documentaries, slums it with EastEnders and pities people who watch reality TV, which might be why she never writes about The X Factor.
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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

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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

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

5

Average

Renegades review

A troubled production period gives rise to a competently-made yet ultimately rather forgettable action romp, with Luc Besson's name behind it – but none of his colour

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Small-Screen Jabber 6-12 January

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Hard Sun, Working Class White Men, Kiri and David Bowie Night

Daniel Akinbola's Top 10 films of 2017

Screenjabber contributor Daniel Akinbola picks his best films of 2017

Connor Bolton's Top 10 films of 2017

Screenjabber contributor Connor Bolton picks his best films of 2017