Film Reviews

3272 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/01/2019. 635 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

NUIT NOIRE by Olivier Smolders

17/06/2005

Olivier Smolders’s first full-length feature film, is a kind of nocturnal nightmare, inspired by the narrative model of the Surrealists, a story shattered into a thousand fragments  

NUIT NOIRE

NUIT NOIRE

Dalecarlians by Maria Blom

02/06/2005

A strong and convincing feature debut, a Bergmanesque piece of family reunion with light brushes of humour, set in the picture perfect heart of Sweden, the province of Dalecarlia  

Masjavlar

Masjavlar

Pale Eyes by Jérôme Bonnell

02/05/2005

A film comprised by feeling, light, colour, whispering grass and wind, capturing a presence  

Les yeux clairs

Les yeux clairs

Downfall by Oliver Hirschbiegel

02/05/2005

Clearly, a film about the last days of Hitler in a Germany in ruins and under bombardment, where the concentration camps were still in operation, was always going to be an attention-grabber  

Der Untergang

Der Untergang

After Midnight by Davide Ferrario

22/04/2005

A movie made out of silent images, dreams and feelings, and proofs of devotion and love for the cinema  

Dopo mezzanotte

Dopo mezzanotte

Ultranova by Bouli Lanners

14/04/2005

A film which speaks of things and people from our country sotto voce, with such a mixture of tenderness, absurd mildness and melancholy  

Ultranova

Ultranova

Live and Become by Radu Mihaileanu

06/04/2005

The gap between "Go, live and become" and "You can cry now, if you want" comprises the initiatory journey of young Schlomo, life's painful apprenticeship  

Va, vis et deviens

Va, vis et deviens

I Like to Work (Mobbing) by Francesca Comencini

23/03/2005

Neons, impersonal corridors, open spaces where dark-suited men and women, keep criss-crossing one another all day long : welcome in the new Century's harsh corporate world, Francesca Comencini style  

Mi piace lavorare

Mi piace lavorare

ANDRE VALENTE by Catarina Ruivo

16/03/2005

Catarina Ruivo poetically evokes a difficult moment in childhood, the realisation that adults live in a world of their own  

ANDRE VALENTE

ANDRE VALENTE

Hotel Rwanda by Terry George

16/03/2005

The extraordinary and true story of Paul Rusesabagina, a Hutu married to a Tutsy wife who "while everybody in the world had their eyes shut, he kept his arms wide open"  

Hotel Rwanda

Hotel Rwanda