Film Reviews

3083 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/09/2018. 597 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Blonde Animals by Maxime Matray, Alexia Walther

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Presented in the International Film Critics’ Week, Maxime Matray and Alexia Walther’s movie is an eccentric and surreal adventure with a hidden romantic streak  

Bêtes blondes

Bêtes blondes

Unremember by Flavia Castro

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Largely autobiographical, Flavia Castro’s Orizzonti-presented film is a seamless blend of personal and societal histories of Brazil after the fall of the military dictatorship  

Deslembro

Deslembro

At Eternity's Gate by Julian Schnabel

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Inadvertently following in Loving Vincent’s footsteps, Julian Schnabel presents a gentle tale about Vincent van Gogh that, save for gorgeous visuals, brings little new to the table  

At Eternity's Gate

At Eternity's Gate

School's Out by Sébastien Marnier

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: French director Sébastien Marnier gives an apocalyptic tone to a disturbing conundrum involving school kids  

L'Heure de la sortie

L'Heure de la sortie

The Announcement by Mahmut Fazil Coskun

03/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Turkish director Mahmut Fazıl Coşkun presents a blistering deadpan comedy about a failed military coup attempt in Turkey  

Anons

Anons

What You Gonna Do When the World's On Fire? by Roberto Minervini

03/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Roberto Minervini's new film about racial division in the United States is an authentic and well-observed documentary  

What You Gonna Do When the World's On Fire?

What You Gonna Do When the World's On Fire?

The Sisters Brothers by Jacques Audiard

02/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Jacques Audiard continues his exploration of violence and emotion with a very effective twilight western set in America in 1851  

The Sisters Brothers

The Sisters Brothers

Tumbbad by Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi

02/09/2018

VENICE 2018: The first Indian film (Swedish co-production) to open the International Critics’ Week is an adventure film that surrenders its soul to Hollywood fakery  

Tumbbad

Tumbbad

Adam & Evelyn by Andreas Goldstein

02/09/2018

VENICE 2018: The first feature by producer and author Andreas Goldstein is an adaptation of the well-known and beloved novel of the same name by Ingo Shulze  

Adam und Evelyn

Adam und Evelyn

Tel Aviv on Fire by Sameh Zoabi

02/09/2018

VENICE 2018: A fine and funny comedy by Sameh Zoabi about the tribulations of a soap-opera writer caught in the crossfire of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict  

Tel Aviv Boeret

Tel Aviv Boeret