Beautiful life-like-messy drama with funny and touching moments, but should have been half an hour shorter. Great performance by Giamatti, and supporting role star cast.
Funny satire about five British wannabe Muslim terrorists.
Not a single original or funny moment, not one decent actor, not worth anyone's while.
Captivating and impressive story, good acting, beautiful cinematography. A bit long, and fizzles out a little towards the end.
A robber and a psychopath have a dinner party. In the hands of a skilled writer and director that premise could have made a fantastic thriller. But unfortunately the story is weak, and Hyde Pierce reminds too much of his character Niles from the show Frasier.