David Gritten has been Saga Magazine's film critic for 10 years.
David Gritten was Saga Magazine’s film critic for 13 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.
The poignant tale of how fame engulfed its creator, A.A. Milne and his son.
An enchanting animation, a restoration of Dunkirk and Terrence Malick’s latest.
Dame Judi Dench re-visits the role of Queen Victoria in Victoria and Abdul.
A modern western with a star that may remind you of actors like Gary Cooper.
Detroit is ‘a vivid reconstruction of an historical event’ that happened in the summer of 1967, writes our film critic.
Final Portrait has 'immense charm and a host of terrific performances.'
Has David Lowery re-invented the ghost story genre? David Gritten takes a look.
A true-life story about an artist who finds her calling.
Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic is a masterpiece, says our film critic.