Film Reviews

3153 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 23/10/2018. 591 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Stan & Ollie by Jon S. Baird

23/10/2018

Steve Coogan and John C Reilly get into a fine mess in Jon S Baird’s touching portrait of comedians living on past glories  

Stan & Ollie

Stan & Ollie

Lords of Chaos by Jonas Åkerlund

23/10/2018

In telling the story of Norwegian black-metal band Mayhem, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund makes his most traditional film yet  

Lords of Chaos

Lords of Chaos

Bayoneta by Kyzza Terrazas

22/10/2018

Mexican director Kyzza Terrazas's second film, co-produced by Finland and premiered at Rome Film Fest, focuses on a former boxer racked with guilt, the cause of which is revealed slightly too late  

Bayoneta - viimeinen isku

Bayoneta - viimeinen isku

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead. by Ben Wheatley

22/10/2018

British director Ben Wheatley revels in a festive family drama in his most conventional film yet  

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead.

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead.

The Dead Queen by António Ferreira

22/10/2018

António Ferreira revisits the tragic medieval love story of Don Pedro and Inês de Castro in his new film, now on general release in Portugal  

Pedro e Inês

Pedro e Inês

Klimt & Schiele - Eros and Psyche by Michele Mally

22/10/2018

In Vienna, the European capital of thought and the arts, the sensual artistic visions of two geniuses meet. An event documentary that begins its world tour on 22 October in Italy and Sweden  

Klimt & Schiele. Eros e Psiche

Klimt & Schiele. Eros e Psiche

Timebox by Nora Agapi

22/10/2018

Memory, relevance and one's relationship with one's home are discussed in Nora Agapi's debut feature, screening out of competition at Astra  

Timebox

Timebox

Butterfly by Alessandro Cassigoli, Casey Kauffman

19/10/2018

Alessandro Cassigoli and Casey Kauffman direct an interesting documentary about the sporting pursuits of Irma Testa – the first Italian boxer to qualify for the Olympics  

Butterfly

Butterfly

Ceres by Janet Van den Brand

19/10/2018

Dutch artist Janet van den Brand directs a beautiful first feature film with a poetic and realistic documentary about children growing up on a farm  

Ceres

Ceres

Outlaw King by David Mackenzie

19/10/2018

Scottish helmer David MacKenzie is at London with a shorter cut of his movie about how Robert the Bruce went from being an aristocratic lord to an outlaw  

Outlaw King

Outlaw King