Film Reviews

3878 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/10/2019. 729 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Marghe and Her Mother by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

18/10/2019

Shot in Basilicata, in the Italian language, Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s latest work takes a look at Generation Z, but it lacks the urgency of the Iranian director’s previous films  

Marghe e sua madre

Marghe e sua madre

Collective by Alexander Nanau

18/10/2019

Alexander Nanau’s masterful and captivating documentary, revealed in Venice, investigates the incredible irregularities of the Romanian healthcare system  

Colectiv

Colectiv

Dilili in Paris by Michel Ocelot

16/10/2019

Michel Ocelot's animation brings to life dozens of famous people from Belle Époque-era Paris  

Dilili à Paris

Dilili à Paris

The Platform by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia

16/10/2019

Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message  

El hoyo

El hoyo

Splitting the Sop by Diarmuid Galvin

16/10/2019

Diarmuid Galvin's directorial debut is an informative piece about the significance of road bowling in Irish culture and heritage  

Splitting the Sop

Splitting the Sop

Blind Spot by Patrick-Mario Bernard, Pierre Trividic

16/10/2019

Patrick Mario Bernard and Pierre Trividic put their names to an unusual and intriguing, metaphorical film about a man wrestling with a gift of invisibility gone wrong  

L'Angle mort

L'Angle mort

Us Among The Stones by Dictynna Hood

16/10/2019

Three generations of an eccentric family meet for a reunion at their old Dartmoor home, in DR Hood’s follow-up to 2011’s Wreckers  

Us Among The Stones

Us Among The Stones

Motherland by Tomas Vengris

15/10/2019

Lithuanian filmmaker Tomas Vengris' first feature is the story of a mother bringing her US-born son to her homeland for the first time in 1992  

Gimtine

Gimtine

Camille by Boris Lojkine

15/10/2019

Boris Lojkine’s film beautifully tells the story of the bright, moving and tragic destiny of young French photojournalist Camille Lepage  

Camille

Camille

The Goya Murders by Gerardo Herrero

15/10/2019

Aided by a game Maribel Verdú, Gerardo Herrero delivers CSI: Spanish Romantic Painters edition  

El asesino de los caprichos

El asesino de los caprichos