Film Reviews

3136 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 16/10/2018. 591 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Jerichow by Christian Petzold

06/01/2009

German director Christian Petzold continues his exploration of ambling lives in a bankrupt society and consolidates his reputation as one of Northern Europe’s finest auteurs  

Jerichow

Jerichow

Jessica Forever by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel

13/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel attempt to push boundaries in a first feature film that borders on science fiction and realism  

Jessica Forever

Jessica Forever

Jesús by Fernando Guzzoni

21/09/2016

SAN SEBASTIAN 2016: Having risen to prominence with Dog Flesh, Fernando Guzzoni is back with a dark and bitter film, directed with great skill  

Jesús

Jesús

Jeunesse by Justine Malle

13/11/2012

The debut feature film for Justine Malle, daughter of the deceased Louis Malle, was presented at Alice in the City  

Jeunesse

Jeunesse

A Jew Must Die by Jacob Berger

05/08/2016

LOCARNO 2016: Swiss-British director Jacob Berger brings us a film based on the novel of the same name by Swiss writer Jacques Chessex  

Un juif pour l'exemple

Un juif pour l'exemple

The Jewel by Andrea Molaioli

01/03/2011

Il gioiellino

Il gioiellino

Jibril by Henrika Kull

28/02/2018

BERLIN 2018: Henrika Kull's first feature film is the story of a romance that develops while one of the characters is in prison  

Jibril

Jibril

Jimmie by Jesper Ganslandt

01/02/2018

In Jesper Ganslandt’s film, which opened the 47th edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Voices section, Northern Europeans are forced to flee  

Jimmie

Jimmie

Jimmy P. - Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian by Arnaud Desplechin

13/05/2013

Arnaud Desplechin opens up new horizons with an elegant and soothing film starring top-league players Benicio del Toro and Mathieu Amalric.  

Jimmy P. - Psychothérapie d’un Indien des Plaines

Jimmy P. - Psychothérapie d’un Indien des Plaines

Jimmy’s Hall by Ken Loach

23/05/2014

CANNES 2014: Social, militant and political, the latest film by Ken Loach is a well-finished historical drama that will please a broad audience  

Jimmy’s Hall

Jimmy’s Hall