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.

Their Finest by Lone Scherfig

14/10/2016

Danish director Lone Scherfig returns to the United Kingdom for this classy period drama set in London  

Their Finest

Their Finest

Trespass Against Us by Adam Smith

14/10/2016

An outlaw struggles to leave his criminal life and domineering father behind in Adam Smith’s feature debut  

Trespass Against Us

Trespass Against Us

At War with Love by Pierfrancesco Diliberto

14/10/2016

Pif directs and stars in a dramatic comedy with a historical setting, one of the pre-opening films of the Rome Film Fest  

In guerra per amore

In guerra per amore

Lost in Paris by Fiona Gordon, Dominique Abel

14/10/2016

The Belgian-Canadian duo of Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon are back with just as daring and ludicrous a comedy as their previous ventures  

Paris pieds nus

Paris pieds nus

The Autopsy of Jane Doe by André Øvredal

13/10/2016

A seemingly dead corpse proves to be a hell of a lot of trouble for coroner Tommy Tilden and his son, Austin, in André Øvredal’s first English-language film  

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

My Father from Sirius by Einari Paakkanen

13/10/2016

The touching Finnish documentary about a man confronting his father’s beliefs, directed by Einari Paakkanen, had its international premiere at the Warsaw Film Festival  

Isäni tähtien takaa

Isäni tähtien takaa

Willy 1er by Zoran Boukherma, Ludovic Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. Thomas

13/10/2016

This stunning feature film debut, directed by a young quartet of directors, which was discovered in Cannes’ ACID, will hit French cinemas on 19 October, thanks to UFO  

Willy 1er

Willy 1er

Land of the Little People by Yaniv Berman

13/10/2016

Israeli filmmaker Yaniv Berman's feature debut is a violent fairy tale exploring the social circumstances emerging from Israel's political situation  

Medinat Hagamadim

Medinat Hagamadim

Antenna by Arik Rothstein

12/10/2016

Israel’s Arik Rotstein has brought his first feature film, an engaging family drama sprinkled with humour, to the Warsaw Film Festival  

Antenna

Antenna

The Odyssey by Jérôme Salle

12/10/2016

With a story featuring the contrasting paths of Captain Cousteau and his family, Jérôme Salle has made an adventure film set on the high seas  

L'Odyssée

L'Odyssée