Australia MA15+

6

Fair

9

Excellent

I, Daniel Blake review

I, Daniel Blake is one of Ken Loach's best films in years, a scathing "tribute" to Broken Britain and a wake-up call that it's not too late to fix things

9

Excellent

7

Good

5

Average

The Boss review

There is no doubting that Melissa McCarthy is talented. She can play sweet and kooky (just look at her seven seasons as Sookie St James on Gilmore Girls) or just...

6

Fair

52 Tuesdays review

A strange combination of ethics and sleaze is probably the most accurate way to describe Hyde’s 52 Tuesdays.

8

Great

Patrick review

David Cronenberg is probably the best-known exponent of body horror, but first-time feature director Hartley – best known for the Ozploitation documentary Not Quite Hollywood – brings us body horror...

4

Poor

The Taste Of Money review

A loose spiritual sequel to his more melodramatic, and more satisfying, torrid 2010 film The Housemaid (which memorably ended with the lead character immolating herself in front of her rich...

8

Great

Man of Tai Chi review

With Ben Affleck now firmly established as a more-than-credible director, it’s the turn of another Hollywood A-lister to turn his hand to the megaphone.

8

Great

100 Bloody Acres review

Aussie horror came of age with Wolf Creek, which was a hit around the world. Then The Loved Ones took FrightFest by storm in 2010.