Movie reviews of Ulkar Alakbarova

These are all the movies and series that Ulkar has reviewed. Read more at: Movie Moves Me.

Number of movie reviews: 1277 / 1277

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Most court dramas are either predictable or boring, but Sorkin turns his film into an exciting journey filled with funny scenes, thanks to Sacha Baron Cohen and his well-developed character, Abbie Hoffman. Review

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19 october

19 oct

Books of Blood is one of the strangest horror films I’ve seen in a while. And that’s a good sign. Review

6.0

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16 october

16 oct

Red Ladies or Help! My Mom is a Republican is a hilarious short... Review

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16 october

16 oct

The Paper Tigers is an exceptionally entertaining film filled with fighting scenes and offers a bit of comedy and drama to shift our moods from time to time... Review

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16 october

16 oct

The film offers an exceptionally brave heroine who goes against her fears and uncertainty to pave her way towards happiness and fulfilment. Review

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12 october

12 oct

Nuvola is a beautifully shot short film that explores the agony of losing the dearest one, the inability of coping with it, nature, love, and life itself. Review

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5 october

5 oct

Curfew is a clever short film that explores one man’s life within a short amount of time and sees whether if he can be saved from himself. Review

8.0

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5 october

5 oct

The brilliance of the narrative, performance, and the direction of Luigi Pane will make you rewatch it all over again to catch, at least, one flaw which, trust me, this film lacks. Review

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5 october

5 oct

Made Public is a wickedly intelligent short film with lines and a narrative that will make you think a lot. Review

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5 october

5 oct

Kajillionaire is worth your time not because of the stellar cast but its brilliant concept which, I am sure, you will rate as highly as I did. Review

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28 september

28 sep

It is clever, funny at times and informative enough to start doing your own digging. Review

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28 september

28 sep

Beckman is another dull action film that you will quickly forget. Review

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28 september

28 sep

It’s a beautifully told story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Review

6.0

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28 september

28 sep

It’s a well-executed documentary that follows an important person who, perhaps, has triggered a crucial path towards imminent action that will be followed by many in saving our common home and our future. Review

7.0

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27 september

27 sep

The philosophical approach is brilliant and educational. It is deeply moving and sublime. Review

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27 september

27 sep

As it touches upon an important subject matter, Good Joe Bell falls short in his attempt. Review

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27 september

27 sep

City Hall destroys all the misconception and delivers an astounding experience by having us be a part of the City Hall, its way of functioning, organization, and ensuring that public safety is uncompromised. Review

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27 september

27 sep

The Water Man is a surprisingly moving fantasy family drama, that takes the viewer deep into the core of loss and inability of coping with it. Review

7.0

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27 september

27 sep

It will lead the film’s narrative, telling an incredibly inspiring and sad story at the same time. Review

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24 september

24 sep

True Mothers is an outstanding Japanese drama that will engage your entire mind throughout. Review

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24 september

24 sep

Notturno, a documentary shot over the past three years along the borders of Iraq, Kurdistan, Syria, and Lebanon, captures the loneliness and hopelessness in people as they hope to see their loved ones released from the ISIS camp. Review

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24 september

24 sep

The Barcelona Vampiress is an impressive crime-thriller with elements of horror. It is dark and scary; some scenes are shot beautifully. Review

7.0

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24 september

24 sep

The Archivists is an uplifting and moving short film about three musicians traveling through a dystopian future who find an old vinyl record with songs in it. Review

8.0

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24 september

24 sep

The film is so messy and hilarious that, frankly, you won’t even want to take a break from it. Review

6.0

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24 september

24 sep

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