Film Reviews

3492 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 19/04/2019. 716 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Ben X by Nic Balthazar

19/03/2008

The remarkable adventure of a Flemish film phenomenon. This unusual debut feature won multiple awards at the Montreal Film Festival and has sold to 32 countries.  

Ben X

Ben X

Heart of Fire by Luigi Falorni

14/02/2008

Feuerherz

Feuerherz

Lady Jane by Robert Guédiguian

14/02/2008

Lady Jane

Lady Jane

Katyń by Andrzej Wajda

11/02/2008

The master of Polish cinema revisits a historical event in this film nominated for the 2008 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, which screened out of competition at the Berlinale  

Katyń

Katyń

Quiet Chaos by Antonello Grimaldi

05/02/2008

Quiet chaos is pain that is not manifested externally, says Nanni Moretti, the star of this drama directed by Antonello Grimaldi, in competition at the Berlinale  

Caos calmo

Caos calmo

The Oxford Murders by Álex de la Iglesia

16/01/2008

Mysterious murders and a mathematician-led investigation full of logic and passion in this cold thriller by popular Spanish director Álex de la Iglesia, starring Elijah Wood and John Hurt  

Los crímenes de Oxford

Los crímenes de Oxford

Estrellita by Metod Pevec

05/12/2007

Metod Pevec had made a moral fable on pain and reconciliation, in a society that seems fascinated with a fledgling capitalism that undermines the harmony of human relationships  

Estrellita

Estrellita

Garage by Lenny Abrahamson

05/12/2007

Exportable Irish cinema has traditionally been concerned with the ‘troubles’ in the region and understandably so given the preponderance of the conflict in daily lives  

Garage

Garage

Cowboy by Benoît Mariage

05/12/2007

A classic comic film in three parts, Cowboy is more unconventional in its exploration of the central protagonist’s tormented soul  

Cowboy

Cowboy

[REC] by Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza

16/11/2007

" A horror story told live and in real time, beginning with the perspective of a single video camera immersed in the action, as if it were a fake news story"  

[REC]

[REC]