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: 1399 / 1399

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Ricky Staub recreates a heartwarming and a feel-good atmosphere despite some violence and drug use scenes to give the audience some hope. Review

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1 april

1 apr

The Criminals perfectly exemplifies a conservative society and the freedom it has when it comes to punishing those who, they believe, are trying to fornicate. Review

8.0

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25 march

25 mar

It’s about a daughter-mother relationship too, how it evolved over the day and its epic culmination, in which, you will be simply happy for both achieving the successful result as a team. Review

6.0

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25 march

25 mar

Bantú Mama is a beautiful tale of friendship that teaches children and adult the importance of being co-dependent or being in charge of something bigger than yourself. Review

10

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25 march

25 mar

Executive Order is an exceptional film with an intelligent concept that will make you think. Review

8.0

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25 march

25 mar

The film is not long either; with 68 minutes of runtime, it manages to tell everything we need to know about Hayden, Amarillo and its future. Review

6.0

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25 march

25 mar

Ludi is an exceptional film that showcases the life of an immigrant in America. It captures the difficulty of living the American dream. Review

8.0

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25 march

25 mar

It’s aching so much as if someone were punching you every minute. From start to end, it’s a magnificent journey into an old man’s mind who cannot admit that he has a problem, and that he doesn’t remember a thing. Review

10

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19 march

19 mar

His wonderfully narrated short, in a perfect way, exemplifies what it means when you mess with something that has nothing to lose. Review

8.0

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19 march

19 mar

The film wisely uses the heart-aching concern of immigrants and intolerance of Americans towards outsiders. Review

6.0

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19 march

19 mar

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You don’t often see films like this that would provide the greatest love affair via social networks and smartphone screens. But it worked so perfectly well and I hope director Carey Williams will get recognized for his creativity and superb direction which we don’t see often nowadays. Review

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19 march

19 mar

The Other Morgan is a clever comedy that provides food for thought. A bit philosophical, it teaches the importance of not underestimating our life because what is seen as a failure for us can be a big success for others. Review

7.0

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19 march

19 mar

Offseason is an atmospheric horror film with an impressive taste. From start to end, it is a fast-paced narrative that, without the talented cast, would be much harder to pull off. Review

6.0

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19 march

19 mar

Sasquatch reminds us once again why investigative journalism is important in uncovering the dark truth of monsters that don’t just live in the woods but rather live among us, own pretty houses, all dressed up pretending to be nice. Review

8.0

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17 march

17 mar

The End of Us is a pleasant comedy-drama that explores a dramatic relationship during COVID between exes. Review

6.0

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17 march

17 mar

It’s a gut-wrenching experience as you watch this important documentary that uncovers the corruption in the American pharmaceutical industry that makes money off of people’s addiction. Review

7.0

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17 march

17 mar

Structurally engaging and, at times, entertaining, the film is a difficult journey to make. Review

8.0

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17 march

17 mar

But be ready, because White Fortress has a big surprise which you will be quite amused with but in a good way. Review

7.0

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11 march

11 mar

The beauty of it is that you connect with all of them. You will feel and care for each one of them. Review

8.0

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11 march

11 mar

The Bin perhaps is far from being great. But I don’t believe it pretends to be that either. Review

6.0

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11 march

11 mar

Filled with fascinating archival footages, exceptional direction and the right approach, Stephen DeBro’s documentary is like a requiem for a dream you don’t want to wake up from. Review

7.0

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11 march

11 mar

It’s almost like a lost neverland where you try to make sense of the things that literally make no sense. Review

4.0

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11 march

11 mar

It has the hope we need to see; it’s, at times, a feel-good story that allows immigrants, especially, to believe in self-realization and the endless opportunities the land of the free can bring. Review

7.0

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7 march

7 mar

My Salinger Year is a surprisingly easy-going and inspiring drama with a genuine heart. Review

8.0

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6 march

6 mar

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