Film Reviews

4440 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 28/09/2020. 601 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

My Heart Goes Boom! by Nacho Álvarez

24/09/2020

Colourful, vivacious and altogether joyous guilty pleasure from Nacho Álvarez, based on the songs of Raffaella Carrà — who taught us such important lessons as ‘making love is better in the south’  

Explota explota

Explota explota

Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan by Julien Temple

24/09/2020

Julien Temple pays tribute to the frontman of The Pogues with a documentary that has the drunken energy that was a trademark of its subject  

Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan

Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan

Appearances by Marc Fitoussi

23/09/2020

Marc Fitoussi strips the social varnish of expatriates’ circles in a film with a hidden bottom that reveals a thriller hidden under a comedy of manners and offers another great role to Karin Viard  

Les Apparences

Les Apparences

Last Days of Spring by Isabel Lamberti

23/09/2020

Isabel Lamberti’s first full-length film is a dexterous reconstruction of a true story brought to life by the original protagonists: a family living in Madrid’s shanty town, La Cañada Real  

La última primavera

La última primavera

Just Like A Woman by Amro Hamzawi

22/09/2020

Headlining a film for the very first time, Nora Hamzawi seizes the opportunity to impose her own unique style in an offbeat sociological comedy directed by her brother Amro  

Éléonore

Éléonore

Movida by Alessandro Padovani

22/09/2020

Alessandro Padovani’s debut documentary, victorious at the 14th SalinaDocFest, portrays an Italian province facing depopulation through the eyes of its youngest inhabitants  

Movida

Movida

Another Round by Thomas Vinterberg

22/09/2020

Thomas Vinterberg finds his funny bone again with an excellent concept movie in which getting drunk is a cure-all  

Druk

Druk

Ane Is Missing by David Pérez Sañudo

22/09/2020

David Pérez Sañudo displays great cinematic skill, sensitivity and depth in his first full-length feature  

Ane

Ane

An Optical Illusion by Juan Cavestany

21/09/2020

Juan Cavestany whisks us away to the very confines of reality with a film that constantly switches genres and which pays little heed to convention – or the guidebooks  

Un efecto óptico

Un efecto óptico

The Garden by Ragnar Bragason

21/09/2020

Seven years after Metalhead, Ragnar Bragason returns to Toronto with the big-screen version of his own 2012 stage play  

Gullregn

Gullregn

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