Film Reviews

3492 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 19/04/2019. 714 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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C'è chi dice no by Gian Battista Avellino

06/04/2011

C'è chi dice no

C'è chi dice no

C'è tempo by Walter Veltroni

06/03/2019

Walter Veltroni focuses on good feeling and hope in a story about a rainbow researcher and a young film-lover, honouring Truffaut and Bertolucci in the process  

C'è tempo

C'è tempo

C'est déjà l'été by Martijn Maria Smits

28/06/2010

C'est déjà l'été

C'est déjà l'été

C'est l'amour by Paul Vecchiali

10/11/2015

The expert yet youthful Paul Vecchiali launches his latest film in Europe, which, like all his other films, challenges convention, styles and narrative flows  

C'est l'amour

C'est l'amour

C'est la vie! by Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano

15/09/2017

TORONTO 2017: Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano present an accomplished ensemble/social comedy, a meticulously crafted film that exudes both humour and humanity  

Le Sens de la fête

Le Sens de la fête

Caesar Must Die by Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani

13/02/2012

Criminals perform Shakespeare in a Roman prison. A fascinating film unveiled at the 62nd Berlinale.  

Cesare deve morire

Cesare deve morire

Cages by Nicolás Pacheco

16/11/2018

The encouraging directorial debut from Seville-born Nicolás Pacheco combines a strong anti-abuse message with polished aesthetics and a splash of Spanish costumbrismo  

Jaulas

Jaulas

Cahier africain by Heidi Specogna

09/08/2016

LOCARNO 2016: Heidi Specogna embraces the camera to stand strong with those whose only weapon is courage, the courage to keep hoping in a possible future  

Cahier africain

Cahier africain

The Caiman by Nanni Moretti

24/04/2006

Now that the elections are over and Silvio Berlusconi lost, it is simpler, away from all the political controversy and prejudice, to see Nanni Moretti’s tenth film for what it really is  

Il Caimano

Il Caimano

Caina by Stefano Amatucci

25/11/2016

Italian director Stefano Amatucci's first film is a bleak, dystopian condemnation of the hypocritical perversion that Europe has turned itself into  

Caina

Caina