Joe Wright serves up a tepid slice of Hitchcockian suspense, with Amy Adams as a paranoid agoraphobe.
Gary Oldman is on career-best form in this standard issue Winston Churchill biopic from director Joe Wright.
Cultural appropriation abound in Joe Wright’s iffy prequel to JM Barrie’s beloved children’s novel.
Any intrigue established in Hanna is smothered by a director unable to overcome his own art house ambitions.
A big budget production sees director Joe Wright losing the reins on a film with some truly dire metaphorical moments.