Film Reviews

3411 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 22/02/2019. 692 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Adam's Apples by Anders Thomas Jensen

15/05/2006

A intriguing moral tale of good against evil told with a typical black humour which has converted Danish cinemagoers and festival audiences all through 2005  

Adams Aebler

Adams Aebler

The Caiman by Nanni Moretti

24/04/2006

Now that the elections are over and Silvio Berlusconi lost, it is simpler, away from all the political controversy and prejudice, to see Nanni Moretti’s tenth film for what it really is  

Il Caimano

Il Caimano

Into Great Silence by Philip Gröning

24/04/2006

A forgotten dimension for Western audiences, invested with a sea of visual and sonorous signs...  

Die Grosse Stille

Die Grosse Stille

Northern Light by David Lammers

11/04/2006

Pictures can say more than a thousand words, but what if one does not want to speak?  

Langer Licht

Langer Licht

The Secret Life of Words by Isabel Coixet

11/04/2006

Words have a life, and this life lies entirely in the "spoken", in the challenge of the unspeakable. Precisely like cinema, which confronts that which cannot be adequately expressed  

La vida secreta de las palabras

La vida secreta de las palabras

Song of Songs by Josh Appignanesi

22/03/2006

Josh Appignanesi’s austere chamber piece set in London’s Orthodox Jewish community provides another training ground for Natalie Press  

Song of Songs

Song of Songs

Romanzo Criminale by Michele Placido

17/03/2006

Placido’s film liberally recounts the real life events of the Magliana Gang, which between 1977 and 1992 ran the most ambitious criminal operation ever seen in Rome  

Romanzo Criminale

Romanzo Criminale

Volver by Pedro Almodovar

16/03/2006

Three generations of women who survive wind, fire, madness, superstition and even death through their kindness, lies and an endless vitality  

Volver

Volver

Renaissance by Christian Volckman

07/03/2006

A futuristic thriller in 3D and in black-and-white, set in Paris circa 2054, a fascinating mix of graphics and "motion capture" techniques. A voyage at supersonic speed in a quest of immortality  

Renaissance

Renaissance

Snow white by Samir

22/02/2006

With a beautiful fairytale of love, ballasted by hip-hop and cocaine, Samir surprises and challenges, in depicting the attraction of superficiality and the scorched earth of drug-taking  

Snow white

Snow white