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.

Tom of Finland by Dome Karukoski

06/06/2017

Dome Karukoski’s biopic reveals the challenges in the life of Finnish artist Touko Laaksonen  

Tom of Finland

Tom of Finland

Based on a True Story by Roman Polanski

01/06/2017

CANNES 2017: The master filmmaker brings us an (excessively) solid psychological thriller about a fragile woman, based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Delphine de Vigan  

D'après une histoire vraie

D'après une histoire vraie

La Chana by Lucija Stojevic

01/06/2017

Lucija Stojevic puts her name to a mesmerising documentary on the life of legendary dancer, La Chana, co-produced by Iceland, Spain and the US  

La Chana

La Chana

Knives Out by Przemyslaw Wojcieszek

31/05/2017

Seasoned Polish director Przemyslaw Wojcieszek returns with a film too political to be financed by state funds  

Knives Out

Knives Out

I Am Not a Witch by Rungano Nyoni

28/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Rungano Nyoni bewitches the Croisette with her debut feature film, a tragic tale which is portrayed magnificently in which the absurd easily moves us to tears  

I Am Not a Witch

I Am Not a Witch

Directions by Stephan Komandarev

27/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Stephan Komandarev’s fourth feature explores some difficult issues in modern-day Bulgaria  

Posoki

Posoki

Djam by Tony Gatlif

27/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Tony Gatlif takes us to the country of rebetiko and a young Greek woman who we follow on a well-defined getaway of irresistible songs and visceral dancing  

Djam

Djam

You Were Never Really Here by Lynne Ramsay

27/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Scottish director Lynne Ramsay brings us a chilling take on New York City with this searingly brutal and superbly staged thriller, starring a tremendous Joaquin Phoenix  

You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here

The Double Lover by François Ozon

26/05/2017

CANNES 2017: François Ozon once again tries his hand at a new genre with the formal virtuosity of an architect, underpinned by unsettling visceral urges  

L'Amant double

L'Amant double

In the Fade by Fatih Akin

26/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Fatih Akin brings us a moving and effective drama about a neo-Nazi attack, a mix between a portrait of a woman, a legal film and a political thriller  

Aus dem nichts

Aus dem nichts