Film Reviews

3258 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 14/12/2018. 631 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

The Hidden City by Víctor Moreno

15/11/2018

Spanish director Víctor Moreno competes for the Giraldillo de Oro with a fascinating sensory journey, which focuses on an urban symphony of sounds and images  

La ciudad oculta

La ciudad oculta

X&Y by Anna Odell

15/11/2018

Swedish filmmaker Anna Odell’s second directorial outing is a stimulating ride teetering between the sublime and the ridiculous  

X&Y

X&Y

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald by David Yates

14/11/2018

The second episode in the spin-off saga that kicked off with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a grand but somewhat disappointing spectacle  

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Happy Sad by Ibon Cormenzana

13/11/2018

After a decade away, producer Ibon Cormenzana has returned to the director’s chair with a drama about the need to express one’s feelings, starring Roberto Álamo  

Alegría Tristeza

Alegría Tristeza

An Army of Lovers by Ingrid Ryberg

13/11/2018

Swedish director Ingrid Ryberg has crafted a vivid account of the 1970s gay rights movement in her home country  

En Armé av Älskande

En Armé av Älskande

El Rey by Alberto San Juan, Valentín Álvarez

13/11/2018

Alberto San Juan and Valentín Alvarez transform the controversial, combative and successful play by El Teatro de Barrio into a brave new film  

El Rey

El Rey

Carga by Bruno Gascon

13/11/2018

Portuguese director Bruno Gaston tackles human trafficking in a violent feature debut that brings together an international cast  

Carga

Carga

Irina by Nadejda Koseva

12/11/2018

Bulgarian director Nadejda Koseva's first feature is an impressive story about a woman from the provinces who becomes a surrogate for a couple from Sofia  

Irina

Irina

They Shall Not Grow Old by Peter Jackson

09/11/2018

In his new film, Peter Jackson breathes extraordinary life into archive footage of World War I soldiers on the Western Front  

They Shall Not Grow Old

They Shall Not Grow Old

The Eternal Road by Antti-Jussi Annila

08/11/2018

Antti Jussi Annila’s dramatic fictional film, nominated to represent Finland at the Oscars and starring Tommi Korpela, tells the story of an overlooked period of history  

Ikitie

Ikitie