Jason Isaacs

Greengrass/Damon thriller suffers collective memory loss.
Compactly built, with a steady gaze that pick out weaknesses and a head that is both literally and metaphorically hard, Matt Damon makes perfect sense as the leading man for Paul Greengrass.
An ineffectual portrait of moral capitulation.
In Good, Brazilian director Vicente Amorim’s vague study of an intellectual’s moral capitulation to Germany’s Nazi regime, Viggo Mortensen has a halting voice, sloped shoulders and lank hair that falls across his glasses: he’s trying awfully hard...
Bourne leaves no legacy for Singelton’s asinine thriller.
Eight days before Abduction debuted in the US, director John Singleton boasted that a sequel is a certainty, regardless of how the action-thriller performs at the box office. 'I don't think we have to worry about that," Singleton told the Los...
Novelty ringtones, myspace, Internet fridges, fitness boot camps, R&B blingsters from R. Kelly to P. Diddy – there are a lot popular modern phenomena I just don’t get. High on the list, below Dan Brown’s books but above Josh Hartnett’s...
Very discomforting... it starts as a comedy, swings into major violence and tragedy, then we go into farce.
David Thewlis has a gawkiness to him that`s perfectly suited to his character in Divorcing Jack ... he`s a newspaper columnist (Dan Starkey) who has a big mouth and a drinking problem... which leads him to stray from his wife and get involved...