Film Reviews

3651 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/07/2019. 708 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Persona non grata by Roschdy Zem

17/07/2019

Roschdy Zem continues his directorial adventures with an unusual film noir set in the South of France, a place riddled with economic corruption and blackmail  

Persona non grata

Persona non grata

Electric Girl by Ziska Riemann

16/07/2019

After its premiere in the competition section of the Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken this January, the second feature by Ziska Riemann has been released in German cinemas  

Electric Girl

Electric Girl

The Revolution by Joseph Troia

16/07/2019

The first work by Naples’ Joseph Troia marks a brave and original debut, shored up by convincing performances, watertight writing and an attentive directorial approach  

La Rivoluzione

La Rivoluzione

Smile by Steffen Köhn

15/07/2019

Steffen Köhn's debut feature is an ambitious project in theory, but the final result is a chaotic potpourri full of clichés  

Smile

Smile

Jihad Jane by Ciaran Cassidy

15/07/2019

Ciaran Cassidy's first feature, an Irish-Dutch-Swedish co-production, tells the absurd story of two radicalised American women, Colleen LaRose and Jamie Paulin Ramirez  

Jihad Jane

Jihad Jane

A Beautiful Summer by Pierre Creton

15/07/2019

Pierre Creton gently weaves a compassionate work of fiction that has all the makings of a documentary, set in the heart of a small community brought together by circumstance  

Le Bel Été

Le Bel Été

A Bump Along the Way by Shelly Love

15/07/2019

Shelly Love's debut feature is an entertaining comedy, bolstered by a lively performance by Northern Irish actress Bronagh Gallagher  

A Bump Along the Way

A Bump Along the Way

Extra Ordinary by Mike Ahern, Enda Loughman

12/07/2019

Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman’s film pays tribute to the great comedy horrors, enlivening them with refreshing black humour  

Extra Ordinary

Extra Ordinary

Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway by Miguel Llansó

12/07/2019

Spain’s Miguel Llansó pays homage to the afrofuturism of Nollywood cinema with his extraordinary science-fiction satire on capitalism and the fear of artificial intelligence  

Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway

Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway

Cemetery by Carlos Casas

11/07/2019

This total, hypnotic immersion into the jungle, hot on the trail of the elephant graveyard, comes courtesy of Spanish filmmaker Carlos Casas, and his new work unveiled in competition at FIDMarseille  

Cemetery

Cemetery