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.

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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.
Maggie's Plan review

Maggie’s Plan review: “Excellently crafted and very funny.”

Maggie's Plan review: A great surprise. A laugh-out-loud affair with a stunning lead from Gerwig and unique turn from Moore. Maggie's Plan makes its European...
Alone In Berlin review

Berlinale ’16: Alone In Berlin review

Alone In Berlin review: Some superb acting from its main players, but the film is let down by its overall tone its under-cooked ending. Alone...
Death In Sarajevo review

Sydney ’16: Death In Sarajevo review

An unfulfilling, under-whelming drama from Bosnia that leaves one feeling empty as the credits roll.
24 Weeks review 24 Wocken

Berlinale ’16: 24 Weeks review

24 Weeks review: A brave, important, emotionally charged drama from Germany. A Berlinale highlight featuring a stand-out performance by home-grown actress Julia Jentsch. 24 Weeks...
A Quiet Passion review

Berlinale ’16: A Quiet Passion review

A Quiet Passion review: A potential career-best from both director Terence Davis and actress Cynthia Nixon. The toast of Berlinale so far. A Quiet Passion...
Indignation review

Sundance London: Indignation review

Indignation review: Logan Lerman leads this interesting drama from long-time Ang Lee producer James Schmaus in his directorial debut. Indignation review by Paul Heath, Berlin...
The Patriarch review

Berlinale ’16: The Patriarch review

The Patriarch review: Lee Tamahori returns to his homeland for this decent, though slightly overcooked family drama set in 1960s rural New Zealand. The Patriarch...
Things To Come review

Things To Come review: “A wonderfully acted triumph…”

L'avenir (Things To Come) review: A reflective drama featuring a superb central performance from Isabelle Huppert. L'avenir (Things To Come) review: A middle-aged woman, Nathalie...
Fire At Sea review

Berlinale ’16: ‘Fire At Sea’ review

Fire At Sea review: A haunting and unflinching documentary focusing on a small island in the Mediterranean and the refugee crisis devastating it. One of...
Tempestad review

Berlinale ’16: Tempestad review

Tempestad review: A solid documentary with an interesting subject that suffers from a drifting camera and an overlong running time. Hailing from Mexico, Tempestad shares...

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