Film Reviews

4667 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 01/03/2021. 534 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Moon, 66 Questions by Jacqueline Lentzou

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Greek writer-director Jacqueline Lentzou makes a unique film on a tough subject through a playful approach, benefiting from Oscar-worthy performances by the two leads  

Selene 66 Questions

Selene 66 Questions

Ninjababy by Yngvild Sve Flikke

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Yngvild Sve Flikke takes pregnancy clichés and beats them to death with a Jo staff  

Ninjababy

Ninjababy

From Where They Stood by Christophe Cognet

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Christophe Cognet immerses himself in a meticulous investigation, analysing the very rare clandestine photographs taken by deportees themselves in the death camps  

A pas aveugles

A pas aveugles

Memory Box by Khalil Joreige, Joana Hadjithomas

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: In Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige's sweet but – oh, the irony – hardly memorable film, a girl gets to meet her teenage mother, but without any Marty McFly-like complications  

Memory Box

Memory Box

The White Fortress by Igor Drljača

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Bosnian filmmaker Igor Drljača's new crime-drama, which turns into a romance, is his most accomplished, touching and thought-provoking film yet  

Tabija

Tabija

Stop-Zemlia by Kateryna Gornostai

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: This ambitious first feature by Ukrainian filmmaker Kateryna Gornostai immerses the viewer in the teenage world of its characters, played by non-professional youngsters  

Stop-Zemlia

Stop-Zemlia

We by Alice Diop

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Alice Diop pieces together an ambitious patchwork documentary on Paris’s deprived suburbs, crafting an interlacing which questions humanity, time and modern-day collective identity  

Nous

Nous

Copilot by Anne Zohra Berrached

01/03/2021

BERLINALE 2021: Anne Zohra Berrached's third feature is an enthralling drama starring Roger Azar and Canan Kir  

Geliebt

Geliebt

The Diver Inside by Günter Schwaiger

26/02/2021

With his first fiction film, Austria’s Günter Schwaiger sounds the alarm on how abuse also causes profound collateral damage in children  

Der Taucher

Der Taucher

Creation Stories by Nick Moran

26/02/2021

Nick Moran’s Alan McGee biopic features a dynamic performance by Ewen Bremner but ultimately could have taken a more straightforward approach  

Creation Stories

Creation Stories

Privacy Policy