Film Reviews

2932 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 13/07/2018. 581 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Second Time Around by Dora García

13/07/2018

Spanish director Dora Garcia creates an exciting conceptual documentary open to interpretation amidst the backdrop of the Argentinian dictatorship  

Segunda vez

Segunda vez

Jumpman by Ivan I. Tverdovsky

13/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Ivan I Tverdovsky's third feature is his most dynamic and technically polished, but also least humane and touching, film to date  

Podbrosy

Podbrosy

Redemption by Joseph Madmony, Boaz Yehonatan Yaakov

12/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Israeli filmmaker Joseph Madmony's fourth feature is a touching and thought-provoking film that won the Ecumenical Jury Prize and Best Actor Award  

Geula

Geula

Summerhouse by Damir Cucic

12/07/2018

Croatian director Damir Cucic delves into the heart of some strange face-to-face encounters with a blind man recording violent memories in a deserted hotel  

Ljetnikovac

Ljetnikovac

The New End by Leonel Dietsche

12/07/2018

The plot of Leonel Dietsche’s dystopian debut feature is based on an interesting core idea but ultimately goes nowhere  

Ende Neu

Ende Neu

John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection by Julien Faraut

11/07/2018

Julien Faraut directs a fascinating documentary on the world of tennis, the art of movement and the interior workings of the game, starring the iconic John McEnroe  

John McEnroe - L'empire de la perfection

John McEnroe - L'empire de la perfection

Cutterhead by Rasmus Kloster Bro

10/07/2018

Rasmus Kloster Bro debuts at Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival with a claustrophobic huis clos with no obvious way out  

Cutterhead

Cutterhead

Family Idiots by Michael Klier

10/07/2018

Michael Klier's family portrait, screened at the Munich Film Festival, is a story rich in humanism, modest yet deeply moving in its nuanced way of going back to basics  

Idioten der Familie

Idioten der Familie

Everything Always All the Time by Philipp Eichholtz

10/07/2018

Philipp Eichholtz’s light-hearted comic fantasy, world-premiered at Munich, is an entertaining watch, despite some clumsy attempts at psychological depth  

Kim hat einen Penis

Kim hat einen Penis

King Skate by Simon Safránek

09/07/2018

KARLOVY VARY 2018: Shown as part of the Special Events, Šimon Šafránek’s entertaining first feature documentary is a loving portrayal of the surprising skateboarding phenomenon in Czechoslovakia  

Zobák a jeho parta

Zobák a jeho parta