Film Reviews

The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News. We have an experienced team of critics who conduct film reviews at film festivals around the world to bring you the definitive views on all of the latest releases. Our film reviews are led by Paul Heath, editor of The Hollywood News, and his team of critics. We cover film reviews at the Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, and London Film Festivals and many more throughout the year. Here are our latest film reviews.

Film Reviews

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The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News. We have an experienced team of critics who conduct film reviews at film festivals around the world to bring you the definitive views on all of the latest releases. Our film reviews are led by Paul Heath, editor of The Hollywood News, and his team of critics. We cover film reviews at the Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, and London Film Festivals and many more throughout the year. Here are our latest film reviews.

‘Allied’ review: “A beautifully shot film, reminiscent of the classics”

Allied review: Love, loyalty, trust and war collide in Robert Zemeckis' latest. Allied review, Kat Hughes. The year is 1942, in French Morocco an American operative parachutes onto the sandy...
Fantastic Beasts review

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them’ review

Fantastic Beasts review: A decent, dazzling franchise debut of a new story set in a very familiar world. Fantastic Beasts review, Paul Heath. It has been...

‘Dong Ju: Portrait of a Poet’ review [LKFF 2016]

Dong Ju: Portrait of a Port review: A look back at the life of one of Korea's most important poets. Dong Ju: Portrait of a...

‘Helpless’ review [LKFF 2016]

Helpless review: A tight and draining thriller with shocking surprises in store. Helpless review, Luke Ryan Baldock at the London Korean Film Festival. Helpless is one of...

‘We are the Flesh’ review: “Deliriously depraved”

We are the Flesh review: A dark and disturbing foreign language arthouse horror that seeks to shock with explicit sexual scenes. We are the Flesh review,...
100 Streets review

‘100 Streets’ review: “A gritty drama that is always engaging.”

100 Streets review: Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton lead the cast of this character-driven effort, set within one square mile in the city of...

‘Paju’ review [LKFF 2016]

Paju review: Set in the city of Paju, this is a romantic drama which is as confusing as love itself. Paju review, Luke Ryan Baldock at...

‘The Art of Fighting’ review [LKFF 2016]

The Art of Fighting review: Bullying? Old fighting master? Laundry as training? Is this the secret Korean Karate Kid remake? The Art of Fighting review, Luke...

‘Forever the Moment’ review [LKFF 2016]

Forever the Moment review: True story of the 2004 Korea's women's handball team. Forever the Moment review, Luke Ryan Baldock at the London Korean Film Festival. Films are...

‘The Taste of Money’ review [LKFF 2016]

The Taste of Money review: An ensemble piece that looks at the sordid life of a wealthy family, and the power they have. The Taste...

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