Film Reviews

3203 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 19/11/2018. 604 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Ink of Yam by Tom Fröhlich

26/10/2018

German director Tom Fröhlich explores the difficult situation in Jerusalem from a novel, relevant perspective  

Ink of Yam

Ink of Yam

Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back) by Tom Edmunds

26/10/2018

Tom Edmunds makes his feature debut with a hilarious dark comedy about a young man who is unable to take his own life so hires a professional killer to do it for him  

Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back)

Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back)

Commander Arian by Alba Sotorra

26/10/2018

Spain's Alba Sotorra immerses herself in the Syrian war, closely following one of the women struggling for a dignified future and gender equality in this tumultuous setting  

Comandante Arian, una historia de mujeres, guerra y libertad

Comandante Arian, una historia de mujeres, guerra y libertad

Sometimes Always Never by Carl Hunter

25/10/2018

From a Frank Cottrell-Boyce script, Carl Hunter makes a stylish debut film about grief, family – and Scrabble  

Sometimes Always Never

Sometimes Always Never

Empire Hotel by Ivo Ferreira

25/10/2018

Ivo Ferreira's thriller is a nocturnal odyssey set in the slums of Macao about the disappearance of Portuguese identity and gentrification  

Hotel Império

Hotel Império

Clergy by Wojciech Smarzowski

24/10/2018

Wojciech Smarzowski’s new film has broken the Polish box-office record with its critical eye cast on one of the most influential institutions in the country  

Kler

Kler

Étangs Noirs by Timeau De Keyser, Pieter Dumoulin

24/10/2018

The debut feature by Belgian filmmakers Timeau De Keyser and Pieter Du-moulin is a minimalistic and enigmatic story in an urban setting, harking back to the works of the Dardenne brothers  

Étangs Noirs

Étangs Noirs

Only You by Harry Wootliff

24/10/2018

Harry Wootliff’s debut feature takes a conventional romance and morphs it into a tale about childless couples  

Only You

Only You

Jan Palach by Robert Sedlácek

24/10/2018

Robert Sedláček reconstructs the final months of a Czechoslovak student’s life before he sets himself on fire in protest against the Soviet occupation  

Jan Palach

Jan Palach

The White Crow by Ralph Fiennes

24/10/2018

Ralph Fiennes’ third directorial outing recounts the defection of Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev as a Cold War ballet  

The White Crow

The White Crow