Film Reviews

4001 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 22/01/2020. 721 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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A Balkan Noir by Drazen Kuljanin

17/10/2017

Dražen Kuljanin's dynamic thriller inserts us into the hearts and minds of protagonists who either suffer or inflict physical and psychological damage  

A Balkan Noir

A Balkan Noir

A Beautiful Summer by Pierre Creton

15/07/2019

Pierre Creton gently weaves a compassionate work of fiction that has all the makings of a documentary, set in the heart of a small community brought together by circumstance  

Le Bel Été

Le Bel Été

A Bright Light – Karen and the Process by Emmanuelle Antille

19/04/2018

Emmanuelle Antille presents her latest project – a portrait of one of the most iconic (and private) artists in the history of music - at the Visions du Réel Film Festival  

A Bright Light – Karen and the Process

A Bright Light – Karen and the Process

A Bump Along the Way by Shelly Love

15/07/2019

Shelly Love's debut feature is an entertaining comedy, bolstered by a lively performance by Northern Irish actress Bronagh Gallagher  

A Bump Along the Way

A Bump Along the Way

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards by Stefano Sollima

06/07/2012

Police brutality in an explosive portrayal of Italy that rarely makes it to the big screen.  

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards

A Certain Kind of Silence by Michal Hogenauer

10/07/2019

Czech director Michal Hogenauer’s first feature film takes a sterile approach to telling a perverse story about families and manipulation (and maybe something else)  

Tiché doteky

Tiché doteky

A Dark-Dark Man by Adilkhan Yerzhanov

24/09/2019

A co-production between France and Kazakhstan, Adilkhan Yerzhanov’s latest offering is an exquisitely shot crime film studded with humour that aims to shed light and hope on a grim situation  

A Dark-Dark Man

A Dark-Dark Man

A Decent Man by Hadrian Marcu

01/10/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romanian filmmaker Hadrian Marcu makes his feature debut with this intimate yet acerbic portrait offering a reflection on what it means to be a man in today’s world  

Un om la locul lui

Un om la locul lui

A Distant Neighbourhood by Sam Garbarski

16/11/2010

A 50-year-old man is suddenly transported back to his childhood in post-war France. Based on Jiro Taniguchi’s manga book, Sam Garbarski’s film is a beautiful journey into the past  

Quartier lointain

Quartier lointain

A Dog Barking at the Moon by Xiang Zi

15/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Writer-director Xiang Zi’s accomplished feature debut sheds a sometimes surreal light on a contemporary Chinese family with skeletons in the closet  

A Dog Barking at the Moon

A Dog Barking at the Moon