Films directed by Joe Wright

Darkest Hour

By Trevor Johnston

Gary Oldman is on career-best form in this standard issue Winston Churchill biopic from director Joe Wright.

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Pan

By Clarisse Loughrey

Cultural appropriation abound in Joe Wright’s iffy prequel to JM Barrie’s beloved children’s novel.

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Hanna

By Adam Woodward

Any intrigue established in Hanna is smothered by a director unable to overcome his own art house ambitions.

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The Soloist

By Lorien Haynes

A big budget production sees director Joe Wright losing the reins on a film with some truly dire metaphorical moments.

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Atonement

By Lorien Haynes

Joe Wright’s World War Two weepie is a near masterpiece that only lacks the substance of great performances.

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