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Reviews Featuring Ralph Fiennes
A poor mans Pretty Woman that, despite J-Lo putting her all into the part, has far too much sickly sweetness and not enough genuine wit to drag it into the "half-decent" category.
This is a fine creepy killer thriller, with Hannibal back to his best plus another outstanding killer on the loose.
This is an outstanding collection of three films featuring the iconic Dr Lecter. One of the best DVD buys on the market.
Beautifully-made deep and moving story of one mans struggle with his past and with mental illness.
An intelligent, thought-provoking and highly watchable look at one of the biggest scandals in TV history.
Always dark, often grimy, and never particularly interesting. Give it a go from the rental store, but dont waste your money on buying it.
The luvvies cant get enough on it, but its fair to say Joe Public remains undecided and rightly so. Still, there are worse ways to pass two-and-a-half hours.
Not the best Potter movie, but entertaining enough to keep us going until the next one.
An uneven movie with some great, subtle performances, The Reader has no easy answers and leaves us wondering about the borderline of moral reprehensibility.
One of the best films of the year that a lot of people still havent seen, this tale of two hit men trying to be tourists is a dark comedy of the darkest variety.
A tense Iraq war film that fuses explosive action with emotional and thought-provoking drama to make a must-see movie.
Spielberg's greatest work is compulsory viewing
Calling Clash of the Titans a 'run of the mill actioner' would be too kind to this vacuous, pretty boy swords and sandals borefest. And what has happened to Liam Neeson - why did his agent allow him to appear with big hair and a shiny, silver jumpsuit?
Gervais and Merchant and the young cast do some things right with this feel-good Kitchen Sinker but the clichéd storytelling and heavy-handed lessons on life let it down.
A dawdling story, acting that won't blow you away and a runtime that far outstays its welcome still don't detract enough from HP7's good points to make it fun for all the family (except Dads, Uncles, Grandads etc.)
A fitting end to the hugely popular series sees Harry Potter re-find the magic it had recently lost in previous instalments. Unfortunately though, this landmark leaves most of the British film industry unemployed.
Different Director, more of the same. Wrath of the Titans is boring confusing and unspectacular and hopefully signals the end for this failed franchise.
Craig and Mendes put in an above average turn in the Bond series. Some great action sequences sit uneasily next to some extremely mediocre ones but the story and the fascinating bunch of characters keep things interesting.