Film Reviews

2981 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 14/08/2018. 588 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Into the Inferno by Werner Herzog

18/10/2016

After Telluride and Toronto, the new documentary by the great German director, which will be available on Netflix from 28 October, hits the Rome Film Festival  

Into the Inferno

Into the Inferno

Free Fire by Ben Wheatley

18/10/2016

A deal to buy a stash of guns descends into a hellish bloodbath in Ben Wheatley’s gripping action-comedy  

Free Fire

Free Fire

The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me by Wilhelm Sasnal, Anka Sasnal

17/10/2016

Polish filmmakers Wilhelm and Anka Sasnal's third feature film moves The Stranger to the Baltic Sea but retains its essence  

The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me

The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me

The Saint by Andrius Blazevicius

17/10/2016

Lithuania’s Andrius Blazevicius' social-realist drama about the everyday life of an unemployed man had its world premiere in the 1-2 Competition of the Warsaw Film Festival  

Šventasis

Šventasis

Night of a 1000 Hours by Virgil Widrich

17/10/2016

The supernatural whodunit by Austrian director Virgil Widrich has no patience for the conventions of realism  

Die Nacht der 1000 Stunden

Die Nacht der 1000 Stunden

Sun, Heart, Love by Daniele Vicari

17/10/2016

Daniele Vicari presents his fifth fictional film at the Rome Film Fest, a simple and dramatic story of survival set against the backdrop of everyday life  

Sole, cuore, amore

Sole, cuore, amore

Denial by Mick Jackson

17/10/2016

Directed by Mick Jackson, the film on the trial that pitted an American academic against British negationist historian David Irving is in the festival’s official selection  

Denial

Denial

Clair Obscur by Yesim Ustaoglu

17/10/2016

Turkish director Yesim Ustaoglu is back with another relatable representation of contemporary women's inner conflict  

Tereddut

Tereddut

A Kid by Philippe Lioret

17/10/2016

French director Philippe Lioret's eighth feature film is a touching exploration of personal identity and the search for love  

Le Fils de Jean

Le Fils de Jean

True Crimes by Alexandros Avranas

14/10/2016

Alexandros Avranas misses the target in his second film, critically assisted by the clunky mix of US and European approaches to production  

True Crimes

True Crimes