Film Reviews

3141 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/10/2018. 586 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Papi Chulo by John Butler

18/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Irish director John Butler rains on his own parade in this dubious Californian buddy-buddy tale  

Papi Chulo

Papi Chulo

Wild Rose by Tom Harper

18/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: In Tom Harper's film, Jessie Buckley delivers an exhilarating performance as an ex-convict who dreams of country-music stardom  

Wild Rose

Wild Rose

Angelo by Markus Schleinzer

18/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Inspired by the controversial figure of Angelo Soliman, Austrian director Markus Schleinzer delivers a historical drama on the acceptance of the other, which feels extremely contemporary  

Angelo

Angelo

Greta by Neil Jordan

17/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Neil Jordan’s latest psychological thriller, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe and Isabelle Huppert, delves into the world of a young waitress hunted by a mysterious woman  

Greta

Greta

Out of Blue by Carol Morley

17/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: British director Carol Morley adapts Martin Amis’s Night Train with mixed results  

Out of Blue

Out of Blue

Float Like a Butterfly by Carmel Winters

17/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Irish director Carmel Winters delivers plenty of blows as she tackles toxic masculinity in a picturesque Ireland  

Float Like a Butterfly

Float Like a Butterfly

Widows by Steve McQueen

17/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Steve McQueen offers a classy Friday-night popcorn movie with a few blemishes, screening as a Gala Presentation  

Widows

Widows

Where Hands Touch by Amma Asante

14/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Amma Asante denounces racial intolerance in Nazi Germany with a story of forbidden love between a black teenager and a member of the Hitler Youth  

Where Hands Touch

Where Hands Touch

ANIARA by Pella Kågerman, Hugo Lilja

14/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Pella Kågerman and Hugo Lilja’s feature debut is a nihilistic ode to humankind’s existentialism, as the apocalypse edges closer than ever  

ANIARA

ANIARA

Still Recording by Ghiath Ayoub, Saeed Al Batal

14/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Saeed Al Batal and Ghiath Ayoub use the Syrian Civil War to show the importance of making films as documentary evidence  

Lissa Ammetsajjel

Lissa Ammetsajjel