Film Reviews

916 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 23/05/2018. 159 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Jerichow by Christian Petzold

06/01/2009

German director Christian Petzold continues his exploration of ambling lives in a bankrupt society and consolidates his reputation as one of Northern Europe’s finest auteurs  

Jerichow

Jerichow

Jimmie by Jesper Ganslandt

01/02/2018

In Jesper Ganslandt’s film, which opened the 47th edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Voices section, Northern Europeans are forced to flee  

Jimmie

Jimmie

Jimmy P. - Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian by Arnaud Desplechin

13/05/2013

Arnaud Desplechin opens up new horizons with an elegant and soothing film starring top-league players Benicio del Toro and Mathieu Amalric.  

Jimmy P. - Psychothérapie d’un Indien des Plaines

Jimmy P. - Psychothérapie d’un Indien des Plaines

Jimmy’s Hall by Ken Loach

23/05/2014

CANNES 2014: Social, militant and political, the latest film by Ken Loach is a well-finished historical drama that will please a broad audience  

Jimmy’s Hall

Jimmy’s Hall

Júlia ist by Elena Martín

15/06/2017

Elena Martín succeeds in combining original subject matter with narrative strength in her directorial debut, in which she talks about essential steps forward… and perhaps backwards  

Júlia ist

Júlia ist

Julia's Disappearance by Christoph Schaub

24/09/2009

An initiation into the art of growing old with humour from the ages of 14 to 80, all the symptoms of early or late decline are revealed with refreshing irony in this feel-good comedy  

Giulias Verschwinden

Giulias Verschwinden

Julieta by Pedro Almodóvar

07/04/2016

Pedro Almodóvar’s new film is a stylised ode to depression, with glimmers of talent but an overdose of self-indulgence, wallowing in misfortune and tragedy  

Julieta

Julieta

Jupiter's Moon by Kornél Mundruczó

19/05/2017

CANNES 2017: This thrill ride of a film by Kornél Mundruczó blends Christlike fantasy with the topics of migrants and a society on the brink of becoming a police state  

Felesleges ember

Felesleges ember

Just The Wind by Benedek Fliegauf

10/09/2012

A rural thriller set against a backdrop of racism in which a Gypsy family from the great plains is being pursued by killers. Jury Grand Prix at the Berlinale and finalist for the LUX Prize 2012.  

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Csak a szél