Articles tagged with: movie review
Drenge is a somewhat confusing Danish film by Director Nils Malmros.
An excellent film, Ways to Live Forever is guaranteed not to disappoint and is one you are likely rank as one of the best films you have ever seen.
The story of a Jewish boy in Czechoslovakia just prior to WWII and the man who saved him and many other children from the depravations of the Nazis. The story of David and his saviour touched me in a special way and I am positive that other people who have seen the film have had a similar experience. A must see!!
This Dutch Coming-of-Age film is the unpretentious, yet moving, story of a 10-year-old boy endeavoring to accept, and deal with, the realities of his life.
“Sister” is an emotionally charged complex narrative offering surprising twists. It reminds us as to why, after reading reviews, previews …etc. about a film, one is still never really prepared for the experience and the intense feelings that a filmmaker can evoke by telling a story.
Per our critic: one of the best films seen in the last five years, Moonrise Kingdom is a hilarious and amazingly beautiful adventure that takes its young characters on a grand Coming-of-Age journey.
A mysterious boy named Gabriel appears one day in the Texas town of Promise, bringing a message of hope and revival to the townspeople.
The Art of Getting By stars Freddie Highmore. But that’s about all it has going for it. This cliché filled film turned out to be one of my biggest disappointments.
Set in the 1960’s, Toast is the Coming-of-Age memoir of Nigel Slater, an English food writer, journalist and broadcaster. Did I like the film? No. I LOVED it and and so will you!
The Last Snows of Spring (L’ultima neve di primavera) stars the best known Italian child actor of the 70′s, Renato Cestiè, in a tear jerker that defines that genre of film.
Things I Don’t Remember is a feel good movie by Nicholas Santos that captures the essence of childhood.
Jess + Moss is a film that I thought was incredibly moving and beautiful in so many ways. A second opinion…