Film Reviews

4093 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 24/02/2020. 678 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness by Massoud Bakhshi

27/01/2020

In his second feature, a largely European majority production, Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi creates a redoubtable and thrilling TV procedural with a female touch  

Yalda

Yalda

Yalom’s Cure by Sabine Gisiger

11/08/2014

The latest effort from Zurich director Sabine Gisiger, thrilled the audience at Locarno thanks to its genuine potrait of an extraordinary character  

Yalom’s Cure

Yalom’s Cure

Yao by Philippe Godeau

22/01/2019

Philippe Godeau directs a benevolent road movie set in Senegal about the misadventures of a Frenchman played by Omar Sy and a local teenager  

Yao

Yao

Yara by Abbas Fahdel

09/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: The Locarno Film Festival has hosted the world premiere of the new movie by Iraqi filmmaker Abbas Fahdel, which draws its inspiration from Buñuel and Bresson  

Yara

Yara

Yardie by Idris Elba

21/02/2018

BERLIN 2018: The Wire star Idris Elba adapts Victor Headley’s cult novel for the big screen, showing promise that he’ll be as good behind the camera as he is in front of it  

Yardie

Yardie

The Year of the Discovery by Luis López Carrasco

24/01/2020

Luis López Carrasco gives a voice to the victims of the lesser known events of 1992, a celebrated year in Spain, offering a re-reading of history in a documentary which demands the truth be told  

El año del descubrimiento

El año del descubrimiento

Year of the Monkey by Vladimir Blazevski

17/07/2018

Vladimir Blaževski offers a fundamentally humanistic, touching and colourful film about the escapades of a runaway chimpanzee and his friends across Macedonia  

Godina na majmunot

Godina na majmunot

Years of Construction by Heinz Emigholz

14/02/2019

BERLIN 2019: Using meticulous methods, artist-director Heinz Emigholz documents a five-year journey into light and space  

Years of Construction

Years of Construction

Yesterday by Danny Boyle

25/06/2019

Director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis have all The Beatles’ lyrics, but this high-concept "Yellow Submarine" doesn’t have faith in anything but schmaltz  

Yesterday

Yesterday

Yesterday Never Ends by Isabel Coixet

05/02/2013

In every single way: socially and personally. Two standalone characters find themselves in this situation in a brave, audacious and very painful film on the terrible moment we are going through.  

Ayer no termina nunca

Ayer no termina nunca