Film Reviews

984 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 22/06/2018. 213 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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U - July 22 by Erik Poppe

20/02/2018

BERLIN 2018: Erik Poppe is in competition with a reconstruction of the Utøya tragedy, which is embarrassing on account of both its intentions and its predictability  

Utøya 22. juli

Utøya 22. juli

Ugly by Juri Rechinsky

30/01/2017

Juri Rechinsky’s feature-length fiction debut is part of the Bright Future section of the International Film Festival Rotterdam  

Urod

Urod

Ugly Nasty People by Cosimo Gomez

08/09/2017

VENICE 2017: The debut feature film by Cosimo Gomez shows a gang of disabled people who, after robbing a bank, want to kill each other  

Brutti e cattivi

Brutti e cattivi

Ulidi Baby of Mine by Mateo Zoni

30/11/2011

Ulidi piccola mia

Ulidi piccola mia

L'ultimo terrestre by Gian Alfonso Pacinotti

08/09/2011

L'ultimo terrestre

L'ultimo terrestre

Los últimos días by David Pastor, Àlex Pastor

04/03/2013

An adventure film and "buddy movie" for the second feature by the Pastor brothers, filmed in Spain. A new take on the apocalyptic cinema genre, with the financial crisis as a backdrop.  

Los últimos días

Los últimos días

Ultra by Balázs Simonyi

16/08/2017

Balazs Simonyi's documentary delves into the ultramarathon, a discipline in which athletes continuously run more than 200km or run for 24 hours, and its participants  

Ultra

Ultra

Ultranova by Bouli Lanners

14/04/2005

A film which speaks of things and people from our country sotto voce, with such a mixture of tenderness, absurd mildness and melancholy  

Ultranova

Ultranova

A Uma Hora Incerta by Carlos Saboga

16/10/2015

The second feature by 78-year-old screenwriter and director Carlos Saboga is a story of obsession with political undertones, set in Lisbon during World War Two  

A Uma Hora Incerta

A Uma Hora Incerta

Una by Benedict Andrews

11/10/2016

Benedict Andrews' feature debut and adaptation of David Harrower's play, Blackbird, is a stunning and harrowing study of anger, memory, and love  

Una

Una