Film Reviews

4001 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/01/2020. 723 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Sympathy for the Devil by Guillaume de Fontenay

27/11/2019

Guillaume de Fontenay brilliantly recreates the siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian war, telling the story of a war reporter played by Niels Schneider  

Sympathie pour le diable

Sympathie pour le diable

Looted by Rene Pannevis

27/11/2019

Rene Pannevis takes a look at the life of carjackers in an English coastal town in his debut feature about crime and morality  

Looted

Looted

Il grande passo by Antonio Padovan

27/11/2019

Italian director Antonio Padovan’s bittersweet sci-fi tale sees Giuseppe Battiston and Stefano Fresi appearing on screen together for the very first time  

Il grande passo

Il grande passo

Perfect Nanny by Lucie Borleteau

27/11/2019

Karin Viard delivers an exceptional and vertiginous performance in Lucie Borleteau’s adaptation of Leïla Slimani’s novel, which won the Goncourt prize in 2016  

Chanson douce

Chanson douce

1917 by Sam Mendes

27/11/2019

Director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins have created a stunning continuous-shot dash into enemy territory during World War I  

1917

1917

Gutterbee by Ulrich Thomsen

26/11/2019

Urlich Thomsen's second feature examines the clash between a German sausage maker and American bigotry  

Gutterbee

Gutterbee

Between Heaven and Earth by Najwa Najjar

26/11/2019

The private becomes political in Najwa Najjar’s interesting third film, as the writer-director takes a deeper look at complicated relationships in the Middle East  

Between Heaven and Earth

Between Heaven and Earth

Darkness by Emanuela Rossi

26/11/2019

The debut feature by Emanuela Rossi is a post-apocalyptic, feminist take on captivity, abuse within the family and liberation  

Buio

Buio

In the Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand by Dimitris Bavellas

26/11/2019

In Dimitris Bavellas’ second feature, two men embark on a cross-country journey after believing they have been “summoned” by their idol, a 1990s porn star  

In the Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand

In the Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand

Nour by Maurizio Zaccaro

26/11/2019

Maurizio Zaccaro brings to the big screen an episode from the working life of Pietro Bartolo, the Lampedusa doctor who comes to the aid of migrants, in an important and highly affecting account  

Nour

Nour