Film Reviews

3093 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/09/2018. 600 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Saf by Ali Vatansever

21/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: In his sophomore feature, Istanbulite Ali Vatansever observes how aggressive urbanisation is altering both his city and his country through the eyes of a simple but broken man  

Saf

Saf

Gwen by William McGregor

20/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: A young girl is forced to grow up too fast in British director William McGregor’s haunting feature debut  

Gwen

Gwen

Rosie by Paddy Breathnach

20/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Irish director Paddy Breathnach takes aim at the homelessness crisis in Ireland in his new drama  

Rosie

Rosie

The Factory by Yury Bykov

20/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Russian helmer Yuri Bykov once again deals with corruption in his homeland in a social drama that blends thriller and action-packed heist elements within a claustrophobic environment  

Zavod

Zavod

Farming by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

19/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje's violent feature debut is an autobiographical tale of a black British experience  

Farming

Farming

The Stone Speakers by Igor Drljača

19/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Igor Drljača explores particular places in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and their narratives that compete or fit in with the existing nationalistic discourses in the country  

Kameni Govornici

Kameni Govornici

The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia by Arturo Infante

19/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Filmmaker and screenwriter Arturo Infante directs a science fiction comedy about the emancipation of women in modern-day Cuba  

El viaje extraordinario de Celeste García

El viaje extraordinario de Celeste García

My Last Year as a Loser by Urša Menart

19/09/2018

Urša Menart's feature debut is, paradoxically, a film about an interesting character that does not manage to be interesting itself  

Ne bom več luzerka

Ne bom več luzerka

Look at Me by Nejib Belkadhi

19/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Tunisian filmmaker Nejib Belkadhi directs a family drama about the process of rebuilding a relationship between a father and his autistic son  

Regarde-moi

Regarde-moi

The Dig by Ryan Tohill, Andrew Tohill

19/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Northern Irish brothers Andrew Tohill and Ryan Tohill present their first film at Toronto, a detective story about a former prisoner’s redemption  

The Dig

The Dig