Film Reviews

Home Film Reviews
The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at THN.

‘Deerskin (La Daim)’ Review: Dir. Quentin Dupieux (2019) [Cannes]

His films have been more than hit or miss but with his latest, Le Daim (Deerskin), premiering at 2019’s Quinzaine des Réalisateurs - Cannes’...

‘Making Waves: The Art Of Cinematic Sound’ Review: Dir. Midge Costin (2019) [Cannes]

From accomplished sound editor Midge Costin, who has worked his magic on the likes of Armageddon, The Rock and Con Air, comes his feature...

‘Aladdin’ Review: Dir. Guy Ritchie (2019)

Ali Baba had them 40 thieves, Scherazade had a thousand tales. What the House of Mouse has is a back-catalogue of animated classics to...

‘Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood’ Review: Dir. Quentin Tarantino (2019) [Cannes]

Before the very first screening of Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood, an announcer took to the stage to read a personal letter from...

‘A Hidden Life’ Review: Dir. Terrence Malick (2019) [Cannes]

In the time period between 1978 and 1998, Terrence Malick did not release a directorial feature. The twenty year hiatus was broken by a...

‘The Lighthouse’ Review: Dir. Robert Eggers (2019) [Cannes]

Nearly four years ago, a tremendous new talent exploded onto the genre movie scene with a kind of horror film we’ve not seen on...

‘Family Romance, LLC’ Review: Dir. Werner Herzog (2019) [Cannes]

Werner Herzog’s new film rolls into Cannes on a soggy Saturday night but it doesn’t take long for the drama to brighten our moods...

‘Rocketman’ Review: Dir. Dexter Fletcher (2019) [Cannes]

Dexter Fletcher directs a fantastical, flamboyant, and frankly phenomenal biopic of rock and roll icon Elton John, formerly Reginald Dwight, in a film that...
Sorry We Missed You

‘Sorry We Missed You’ Review: Dir. Ken Loach (2019) [Cannes]

Ken Loach returns to Cannes for the first time since his superb I, Daniel Blake scooped the prestigious top prize at the festival three...

‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Review: Dir. Jim Jarmusch (2019) [Cannes]

Jim Jarmusch delivers a slow-paced, dry-witted but freakishly funny tale of zombies, ghouls and the undead; a star-studded affair perfect for its Cannes opening...

Recent Posts

Cannes Dishes Out Un Certain Regard Prize-Winners

The jury for the Un Certain Regard 2019 at Cannes, which presented 18 films in competition, have announce their winners. The head of the jury...

Recent Posts