Film Reviews

3815 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 20/09/2019. 716 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Our Wonderful Lives by Fabienne Godet

18/12/2018

Fabienne Godet explores the world of rehab in a fiction feature with great finesse, incontestable depth and striking intensity  

Nos vies formidables

Nos vies formidables

Out by György Kristóf

22/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Slovak filmmaker György Kristóf unveils his first feature; a film of substantial formal quality that straddles the gap between social realism and absurdist parable  

Out

Out

Out of Blue by Carol Morley

17/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: British director Carol Morley adapts Martin Amis’s Night Train with mixed results  

Out of Blue

Out of Blue

Out of Nature by Ole Giæver, Marte Vold

10/02/2015

Following a selection at Toronto, Ole Giæver’s second feature, co-directed by Marte Vold, has been shown in the Berlinale Panorama  

Mot naturen

Mot naturen

Out Stealing Horses by Hans Petter Moland

10/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Norway’s Hans Petter Moland takes on countryman Per Petterson’s much-loved and hard-to-adapt bestseller with beautiful results, thanks to trusty Swede Stellan Skarsgård  

Ut og stjæle hester

Ut og stjæle hester

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

An Outpost of Progress by Hugo Vieira da Silva

17/02/2016

BERLIN 2016: Portuguese director Hugo Vieira da Silva broaches the subject of colonialism with a free narrative, strong vision, references to silent film and elements of the absurd  

Posto-Avançado do Progresso

Posto-Avançado do Progresso

Outside the Law by Rachid Bouchareb

21/05/2010

Hors-la-loi

Hors-la-loi

Overseas by Yoon Sung-a

14/08/2019

Yoon Sung-a paints the portrait of an almost invisible female economic migration, that of the young Filipino women who go live abroad to work for rich foreigners in order to feed their families  

Overseas

Overseas

The Oxford Murders by Álex de la Iglesia

16/01/2008

Mysterious murders and a mathematician-led investigation full of logic and passion in this cold thriller by popular Spanish director Álex de la Iglesia, starring Elijah Wood and John Hurt  

Los crímenes de Oxford

Los crímenes de Oxford