Film Reviews

3492 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 22/04/2019. 713 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Maiden by Alex Holmes

11/03/2019

Alex Holmes' newest film is a standard talking-heads/archive-footage documentary, but tells a very engaging, inspirational and important story  

Maiden

Maiden

Diabolik sono io by Giancarlo Soldi

11/03/2019

Giancarlo Soldi’s docufilm, due to hit Italy as a special event from 11 to 13 March, focuses on the mysterious disappearance of the first designer to give a face to the famous Italian comic book hero  

Diabolik sono io

Diabolik sono io

The Queen's Corgi by Ben Stassen, Vincent Kesteloot

11/03/2019

Ben Stassen and nWave confirm their position as the ‘Belgian Pixar’ with an entertaining 3D film that speaks to young and old generations alike  

Royal Corgi

Royal Corgi

Baby Jane by Katja Gauriloff

08/03/2019

Katja Gauriloff’s lesbian melodrama might be based on a popular novel but fails entirely on its own  

Baby Jane

Baby Jane

Girl in Flight by Sandra Vannucchi

08/03/2019

Sandra Vannucchi's first feature, which was nominated for the 2018 Young Audience Award, is a simple yet intense story about a young girl torn between following her dreams and her mother's depression  

La fuga

La fuga

70 Big Ones by Koldo Serra

08/03/2019

The characters in Koldo Serra’s zesty, tense and rhythmic film about a robbery have fun, surprise us and make us laugh in some rather extreme situations  

70 binladens

70 binladens

Escape from Raqqa by Emmanuel Hamon

07/03/2019

Originally a documentary filmmaker, Emmanuel Hamon directs a very realistic ensemble thriller about an attempt to rescue a woman wanting to flee Daesh  

Exfiltrés

Exfiltrés

Guerilla by György Mór Kárpáti

07/03/2019

György Mór Kárpáti directs a promising, atmospheric and minimalist first feature about a guerilla in full flight through the heart of the forest in 1849  

Guerilla

Guerilla

In Touch by Pawel Ziemilski

07/03/2019

In his tender documentary, Paweł Ziemilski investigates what “staying in touch” really means  

In Touch

In Touch

C'è tempo by Walter Veltroni

06/03/2019

Walter Veltroni focuses on good feeling and hope in a story about a rainbow researcher and a young film-lover, honouring Truffaut and Bertolucci in the process  

C'è tempo

C'è tempo