Film Reviews

2940 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/07/2018. 588 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Hablar by Joaquín Oristrell

12/06/2015

Joaquín Oristrell helms this experiment based around ad-libbing actors, using the spoken word as a weapon of social protest, and shooting in a single take  

Hablar

Hablar

Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse by Lukas Feigelfeld

20/10/2017

The psychologically tense, visually-arresting and mind-blowingly creepy folk horror film is a strong feature debut by Lukas Feigelfeld  

Hagazussa: Der Hexenfluch

Hagazussa: Der Hexenfluch

Hail, Caesar! by Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

12/02/2016

BERLIN 2016: The Berlinale opened with a film that brings together the humour of the Coen brothers (and Clooney, Fiennes, Swinton and Tatum) in all its glory to celebrate the joy of film  

Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar!

The Hairdresser by Doris Dörrie

14/02/2010

Die Friseuse

Die Friseuse

Halfway by Geoffrey Enthoven

02/12/2014

Geoffrey Enthoven’s new film, following the acclaimed Come as You Are, had the honour of bringing the 52nd Gijón International Film Festival to a close, out of competition  

Halfweg

Halfweg

Hand Gestures by Francesco Clerici

11/02/2015

BERLIN 2015: Starring in the documentary by Francesco Clerici is artist Velasco Vitali, engrossed in creating a sculpture in the Battaglia Artistic Foundry  

Il gesto delle mani

Il gesto delle mani

Handle with Care by Arild Andresen

09/11/2017

Norwegian filmmaker Arild Andresen explores the bond between a father and son, taking a helpless widower and his very young adopted child to Colombia  

Hjertestart

Hjertestart

Hannah by Andrea Pallaoro

08/09/2017

VENICE 2017: Charlotte Rampling stars in Andrea Pallaoro's drama, his second film after his debut Medeas, which competed in the Horizons section at Venice four years ago  

Hannah

Hannah

The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki by Juho Kuosmanen

19/05/2016

CANNES 2016: An atmospheric nose-dive into black and white in the wake of a boxer on the brink of victory for Finnish director Juho Kuosmanen’s debut feature  

Hymyilevä Mies

Hymyilevä Mies

Happily Ever After by Tatjana Božic

31/01/2014

Humorous but uncompromising, the film shows the director retracing her steps to former relationships all over Europe  

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After