Film Reviews

3979 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 06/12/2019. 721 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

The Immortal by Marco D'Amore

05/12/2019

Marco D’Amore directs himself in the big screen spin-off of Gomorrah, dedicated to the series’ most iconic character  

L'immortale

L'immortale

My Morning Laughter by Marko Djordjevic

04/12/2019

Serbian filmmaker Marko Djordjević's debut effort is a highly original piece of psychological realism featuring what is probably the best love scene of the year  

Moj jutarnji smeh

Moj jutarnji smeh

Pastrone! by Lorenzo De Nicola

04/12/2019

Lorenzo De Nicola’s documentary brings to light the surprising and lesser known side of Giovanni Pastrone, the director of the epic 1914 film Cabiria and an all-round inventor and experimenter  

Pastrone!

Pastrone!

Other Side of Silence by Algimantas Puipa

02/12/2019

Lithuanian director Algimantas Puipa’s new film is a slow-paced, emotionally charged story about two brothers at loggerheads  

Kita tylos puse

Kita tylos puse

Once the Dust Settles by John Appel

29/11/2019

Dutch filmmaker John Appel’s feature-length documentary visits Italy, Ukraine and Syria in order to examine the aftermath of disaster  

Once the Dust Settles

Once the Dust Settles

The Coldest Game by Lukasz Kosmicki

29/11/2019

Shot in Poland but with dialogue in English, Łukasz Kośmicki’s movie is a spy-thriller that possesses both the strengths and the weaknesses of a period genre film  

Ukryta gra

Ukryta gra

Mater by Jure Pavlovic

29/11/2019

First-time director Jure Pavlović proves that there is always room for one more mother-daughter psychological drama  

Mater

Mater

Isaac by Jurgis Matulevičius

29/11/2019

Jurgis Matulevičius emerges as a talent to watch thanks to a film that’s bound to ruffle some nationalistic feathers  

Izaokas

Izaokas

Gasman by Arne Korner

28/11/2019

Arne Körner’s ironic coming-of-age film, world-premiered at Cairo, is brimming with black humour and revolves around a thirty-something protagonist who refuses to grow up  

Gasmann

Gasmann

Paradise by Davide Del Degan

28/11/2019

Blending drama and irony, Davide Del Degan’s first fiction film tells of a young murder witness’s disorientation as he makes the most of his new identity and tries to change his life  

Paradise

Paradise