Film Reviews

3495 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 26/04/2019. 706 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Benjamin by Simon Amstell

22/03/2019

The new outing by comedian Simon Amstell is a semi-autobiographical, satirical comedy, currently on general release in the UK, courtesy of Verve Pictures  

Benjamin

Benjamin

Everything Must Fall by Rehad Desai

21/03/2019

The latest movie by South African sociopolitical documentarian Rehad Desai chronicles the opposition to an array of social issues in his home country  

Everything Must Fall

Everything Must Fall

Ojos Negros by Marta Lallana, Ivet Castelo

21/03/2019

This astoundingly mature debut, a group effort directed by two very young graduates of Barcelona’s Pompeu Fabra University, exudes a phenomenal sensitivity  

Ojos Negros

Ojos Negros

Pain & Glory by Pedro Almodóvar

21/03/2019

This 21st film by Pedro Almodóvar exudes the intense emotions that have shaped his life, and features Antonio Banderas as the mirror-image of the director behind Talk To Her and All About My Mother  

Dolor y gloria

Dolor y gloria

The Reformist by Marie Skovgaard

21/03/2019

Marie Skovgaard’s fascination with the woman behind Europe’s first mosque run by female imams is contagious  

Reformisten

Reformisten

Movements of a Nearby Mountain by Sebastian Brameshuber

20/03/2019

Sebastian Brameshuber returns with a stripped-back documentary on a Nigerian mechanic recycling spare car parts in a remote part of Austria  

Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs

Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs

Casanova, Last Love by Benoît Jacquot

20/03/2019

In this twilit film by Benoît Jacquot, Vincent Lindon plays a surprising Casanova, disarmed by the push and pull of Stacy Martin  

Dernier amour

Dernier amour

Good Day’s Work by Martin Turk

20/03/2019

Life’s little, but inexorable, accidents are explored in Martin Turk’s minimalist drama, which screened at Sofia  

Dobar dan za posao

Dobar dan za posao

Peitruss by Max Jacoby

19/03/2019

The second feature film by Luxembourger Max Jacoby crosses the divide between crime thriller, film noir and psychological drama  

Peitruss

Peitruss

My Heart Belongs to Daddy by Sofia Aronsen Haugan

19/03/2019

This intimate documentary by Norwegian newcomer Sofia Haugan uses warmth and humour to delve into the relationship between a drug-addicted father and his daughter  

Røverdatter

Røverdatter