Film Reviews

3191 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 12/11/2018. 600 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Irina by Nadejda Koseva

12/11/2018

Nadejda Koseva's first feature is an impressive story about a woman from the provinces who becomes a surrogate for a couple from Sofia  

Irina

Irina

They Shall Not Grow Old by Peter Jackson

09/11/2018

In his new film, Peter Jackson breathes extraordinary life into archive footage of World War I soldiers on the Western Front  

They Shall Not Grow Old

They Shall Not Grow Old

The Eternal Road by Antti-Jussi Annila

08/11/2018

Antti Jussi Annila’s dramatic fictional film, nominated to represent Finland at the Oscars and starring Tommi Korpela, tells the story of an overlooked period of history  

Ikitie

Ikitie

Take It or Leave It by Liina Trishkina-Vanhatalo

08/11/2018

With her first feature, selected as the Estonian Oscar submission, Liina Trishkina-Vanhatalo reveals some very promising talent in her exploration of fatherhood  

Võta või jäta

Võta või jäta

Friedkin Uncut by Francesco Zippel

08/11/2018

Italian director Francesco Zippel has made a fun and light-hearted introduction to the cinema of William Friedkin  

Friedkin Uncut

Friedkin Uncut

The Little Comrade by Moonika Siimets

08/11/2018

Moonika Siimets' well-executed first feature employs a child’s perspective to focus on Soviet oppression in Estonia at the beginning of the 1950s  

Seltsimees laps

Seltsimees laps

Ötzi and the Mystery of Time by Gabriele Pignotta

07/11/2018

Best Film in the Elements +6 section at Giffoni Film Festival, Gabriele Pignotta's English-language film stars the Irish actor Michael Smiley  

Ötzi e il Mistero del Tempo

Ötzi e il Mistero del Tempo

The Witness by Mitko Panov

07/11/2018

Macedonian-Swiss director Mitko Panov presents his latest feature film, a manhunt in the heart of the Balkans  

The Witness

The Witness

No Obvious Signs by Alina Gorlova

07/11/2018

Ukrainian filmmaker Alina Gorlova's second feature-length documentary is a harrowing account of one woman's PTSD rehabilitation  

Yavnykh proyaviv nemaye

Yavnykh proyaviv nemaye

Back Home by Magdalena Lazarkiewicz

07/11/2018

Magdalena Lazarkiewicz’s harsh and poignant film follows the re-appearance of a young woman who strays from her ultra-Catholic family  

Powrót

Powrót