Film Reviews

980 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 20/06/2018. 209 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

In My Room by Ulrich Köhler

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Ulrich Köhler’s Un Certain Regard contender is a post-apocalyptic romantic drama that holds the viewer’s interest without resorting to killer viruses or zombies  

In My Room

In My Room

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote by Terry Gilliam

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Terry Gilliam’s eagerly awaited take on the universe of the most famous of Miguel de Cervantes’ novels is shot through with his outrageous hallmarks  

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Whitney by Kevin Macdonald

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Kevin Macdonald highlights sexual abuse allegations in his documentary on singer Whitney Houston, showing as a Midnight Screening  

Whitney

Whitney

Lucia's Grace by Gianni Zanasi

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Gianni Zanasi's ecologically minded comedy sees Alba Rohrwacher cast as a surveyor who is visited by the Madonna and tries to stop a real-estate investment  

Troppa grazia

Troppa grazia

The Gentle Indifference of the World by Adilkhan Yerzhanov

18/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Kazakh filmmaker Adilkhan Yerzhanov presents a poetic-realist film exploring love in the absence of freedom, and co-produced by France  

The Gentle Indifference of the World

The Gentle Indifference of the World

Dogman by Matteo Garrone

17/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment  

Dogman

Dogman

Carmen & Lola by Arantxa Echevarria

17/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Arantxa Echevarría’s film oozes originality and authenticity, and strives to ensure that last remaining right: passionate love between Gypsy women  

Carmen y Lola

Carmen y Lola

To the Four Winds by Michel Toesca

17/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Michel Toesca puts his name to a compassionate and very human documentary, painting a portrait of a man who is the ultimate symbol of solidarity with migrants  

Libre

Libre

The Dead and The Others by João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora

17/05/2018

CANNES 2018: João Salaviza co-directs with Renée Nader Messora a film about an indigenous community in Brazil of great visual poetry, with an impeccable balance of drama and intrigue  

Chuva é cantoria na aldeia dos mortos

Chuva é cantoria na aldeia dos mortos

Murder Me, Monster by Alejandro Fadel

17/05/2018

CANNES 2018: The misty Andes, decapitations, a lascivious monster straight out of your worst nightmare, and humour come together in this staggering fantasy-thriller by Argentina’s Alejandro Fadel  

Muere, monstruo, muere

Muere, monstruo, muere