David Gritten

David Gritten

David Gritten has been Saga Magazine’s film critic for 10 years and also writes for the Daily Telegraph. He lived and worked in Los Angeles for 10 years, and edited Halliwell’s film guide for 2008-09. Fred Astaire, Billy Wilder, Martin Scorsese and Pedro Almodóvar are among his film heroes.


Latest Articles from David

Tom Hanks stars in Spielberg's Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies © Jaap Buitendijk DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.  All Rights Reserved.
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Film review: Bridge of Spies

A Cold War thriller starring Tom Hanks as a quiet American hero.

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Steve Jobs is a thrilling biopic on the Apple founder © Universal Pictures
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Film review: Steve Jobs

We recommend an account of the controversial Apple co-founder’s life and career.

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Brooklyn is a touching tale of immigration© Lionsgate UK
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Film review: Brooklyn

A poignant tale of 50s immigration.

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Michael Fassbender stars in Slow West© Lionsgate Home Entertainment UK. All Rights Reserved.
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DVD review: Slow West

Slow West is a taut western and a predicted future classic.

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Amy Winehouse was talented but troubled© Featureflash/Shutterstock.com
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DVD review: Amy

Amy is the heartbreaking story of the talented but tragic singer.

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Daniel Craig stars in the new Bond movie Spectre/© 2015 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Danjaq, LLC and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc
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Film review: Spectre

Spectre shows the 007 franchise is still near the top of its game.

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Suffragette is a winning tale of women's rights/ ©Pathe UK
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Film review: Suffragette

A triumphant tale of women's rights that gets our vote.

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A still from the move 'Pan'
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Film review: Pan

A spectacular movie that offers a unique twist on the Peter Pan story.

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A scene from The Intern starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway.
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The Intern

A Hollywood take on surviving retirement with Robert De Niro.

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