Film Reviews

4557 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 26/11/2020. 605 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

On the Water by Peeter Simm

25/11/2020

Peeter Simm’s new feature is a pleasant feel-good dramedy, characterised by a whimsical sense of humour and a charismatic young lead  

Vee peal

Vee peal

The Penultimate by Jonas Kærup Hjort

25/11/2020

Jonas Kærup Hjort’s debut feature is a complex, Kafkaesque piece rich in absurdity, black humour and symbolism  

Den Næstsidste

Den Næstsidste

Kindred by Joe Marcantonio

25/11/2020

Joe Marcantonio’s debut feature is an outstanding psychological thriller, able to keep viewers on thin ice for 90 minutes  

Kindred

Kindred

Caliber 9 by Toni D'Angelo

25/11/2020

Toni D'Angelo offers up a pacy sequel to the 1970s crime movie Caliber 9, adapting it to the modern criminal world though failing to convey the atmosphere of its predecessor  

Calibro 9

Calibro 9

When I'm Done Dying by Nisan Dağ

24/11/2020

Turkish writer-director Nisan Dağ's second feature is an intriguing drama set in Istanbul's local hip-hop subculture  

Bir Nefes Daha

Bir Nefes Daha

Vera de verdad by Beniamino Catena

24/11/2020

Beniamino Catena’s first work embarks on a poetic search for possible synchronic connections between space and time, but is ultimately too confused to satisfy sci-fi fans  

Vera de verdad

Vera de verdad

Karnawal by Juan Pablo Félix

24/11/2020

In his debut feature, a film built primarily on anticipation, Juan Pablo Félix follows the rhythm and some complicated family dynamics  

Karnawal

Karnawal

Sanremo by Miroslav Mandic

24/11/2020

Miroslav Mandić examines the possibility of romance blossoming in a nursing home, flying in the face of dementia  

Sanremo

Sanremo

Nothing But the Sun by Arami Ullón

24/11/2020

Arami Ullón’s powerful second feature film finally allows the hitherto silenced culture of the Ayoreo people to express itself freely  

Apenas el sol

Apenas el sol

The Last Hillbilly by Diane-Sara Bouzgarrou, Thomas Jenkoe

23/11/2020

Diane Sara Bouzgarrou and Thomas Jenkoe’s documentary gifts the viewers with a poetic, puzzling and disorienting account of a family living in the heart of the Appalachians  

The Last Hillbilly

The Last Hillbilly

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