Film Reviews

3255 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 11/12/2018. 628 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Of Gods and Men by Xavier Beauvois

05/07/2010

A sumptuous French film about a group of monks well integrated in a Muslim world who must confront their faith as mortal danger approaches. Winner of the Grand Prize at Cannes 2010  

Des hommes et des dieux

Des hommes et des dieux

Of Horses and Men by Benedikt Erlingsson

16/06/2014

The original feature-length film is entertaining and subtly cruel with various images that remain imprinted in the mind  

Hross í oss

Hross í oss

Of Sheep and Men by Karim Sayad

12/09/2017

TORONTO 2017: Karim Sayad's film follows two Algerian men struggling to survive in a society of contrasts and contradictions  

Des moutons et des hommes

Des moutons et des hommes

Of Snails and Men by Tudor Giurgiu

13/07/2012

Tudor Giurgiu's second feature brings comedy to a film industry dominated by internationally awarded but domestically unpopular dramas. Make way for the 1990s and for strange job-saving solutions!  

Despre Oameni si Melci

Despre Oameni si Melci

Offenders by Dejan Zecevic

06/03/2018

Dejan Zečević's eighth film is an arthouse drama-thriller with shades of horror, supported by some marvellous black-and-white cinematography and an electronic score  

Izgrednici

Izgrednici

Ogres by Léa Fehner

16/03/2016

The winner of the Audience Award at Rotterdam, the director’s remarkable and galvanising second feature film hits French theatres today, under the distribution of Pyramide  

Les Ogres

Les Ogres

Oh La La Pauline! by Emilie Brisavoine

27/11/2015

The debut feature film by young French director Emilie Brisavoine catapults us into the private sphere of an unconventional family  

Pauline s’arrache

Pauline s’arrache

Old Boys by Toby MacDonald

20/11/2018

British filmmaker Toby MacDonald tackles the topics of “Britishness” and masculinity in his debut feature, a lightweight, comedic take on Cyrano de Bergerac, set in an all-boys boarding school  

Old Boys

Old Boys

Oleg and the Rare Arts by Andrés Duque

02/02/2016

In his new documentary, Andrés Duque regales us with the creative portrait of brilliant Russian musician Oleg Karavaychuk  

Oleg y las raras artes

Oleg y las raras artes

The Olive Tree by Icíar Bollaín

15/04/2016

The seventh film by Icíar Bollaín has fairy tale and road movie undertones whilst broaching the subjects of roots, struggle, ecology, family ties and the preservation of heritage  

El olivo

El olivo