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: 1457 / 1457

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Fear Street Part One – 1994 may have lots of issues with the plot, especially in the beginning. It still offers guilty pleasure as you watch it. Good direction, solid acting and a suitable soundtrack make the film watchable and enjoyable at the same time. Review

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20 july

20 jul

It works perfectly from start to end and never forgets to take it easy, make us laugh, and sometimes be sad at the same time. Review

8.0

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18 july

18 jul

The Boss Baby: Family Business is a great animated film that delivers plenty of action scenes, the reunification of beloved characters from the first part, funny situations, a bit of drama and, of course, love, which the film is truly filled with. Review

7.0

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4 july

4 jul

Wrath of Man is a fashionable old-style action crime thriller you did not know Hollywood was still capable of making. Review

7.0

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29 june

29 jun

It takes on a much subtle subject – the danger of competition and what it can do to someone who does not know how to slow down, take a breath, recalculate and change the approach. Review

8.0

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29 june

29 jun

It’s gruesome, gritty and a horrifying film to see. However, it has an interesting approach that should be on your radar. Review

6.0

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29 june

29 jun

See For Me is an interesting gem coming from Canada. With a familiar setting and predictable plot, the film still manages to captivate the viewers. Review

6.0

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20 june

20 jun

The Price of Freedom is one of those documentaries that won’t offer you an easy walk. It’s a harsh pill to swallow. Review

8.0

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20 june

20 jun

What is more interesting is that within just ten minutes it unfolds an issue present on a global scale, while thoroughly explaining a poisonous relationship two can put each other into. Review

7.0

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18 june

18 jun

The Phantom is a brilliant documentary film that cleverly unveils the faults of the justice system in America and how it considers defendants such as Carlos De Luna as disposable. Review

8.0

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18 june

18 jun

So be prepared for an unconventional exorcism, the crisis of faith, and the life-changing event that will define the whole film. Review

6.0

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18 june

18 jun

Cruella is a beautiful piece of art that is worthwhile watching as many times as your heart desire. Review

10

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9 june

9 jun

But the beauty of this story, no matter how sad and tragic it is, is the possibility of what if all this was just an odd and bizarre coincidence? What if nobody killed anybody? There was no conspiracy, absolutely nothing? Review

7.0

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1 june

1 jun

The film does not fail to paint the deep feeling of grief, immense pain, and what happens when we begin to judge instead of cherishing. Review

10

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30 may

30 may

Leaving Hitchcock’s Rear Window aside and not treating Wright’s film as a retouched version, then it’s quite a decent psychological thriller with a complex concept that would be challenging for any filmmaker to adapt onto the small or big screen. Review

7.0

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26 may

26 may

School of Hope, by director Mohamed El Aboudi, is a hopeful documentary that portrays the need for education, the importance of gaining knowledge and adapting that knowledge in real life. Review

8.0

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26 may

26 may

Imad’s Childhood, is a powerful and deeply disturbing documentary from director Zahavi Sanjavi, that shows how damaged a child can become if raised in a brainwashed environment. Review

8.0

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26 may

26 may

Margaret Byrne makes an excellent statement through her film that won’t leave anyone indifferent. Review

6.0

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16 may

16 may

A Once and Future Peace is an eye-opening documentary I personally did not expect to want to see. Review

10

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16 may

16 may

But when I put aside my own preferences, it became a hell of a ride seeing the neck-to-neck fight going on in the cannabis industry in California’s Montecito. Review

7.0

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16 may

16 may

A Marriage takes a unique approach to follow a man and a woman from their home, as she captures every intimate moment the two share. Review

6.0

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16 may

16 may

Beautifully shot from start to end, The Most Beautiful Boy in the World offers a heart wrenching and absolutely the saddest documentary you will see. Review

10

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16 may

16 may

The Caviar Connection goes deep into the root of corruption in Azerbaijan and how the Dynastic governing family promotes the so-called democracy in Europe, specifically creating a false perception of freedom of speech, rule of law, while it has political prisoners, goes after journalists, and how the famous investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova was sent to prison to silence her. Review

8.0

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16 may

16 may

This documentary avoids questions like where did the virus came from and its deadly nature. It rather concentrates on the human aspect of it, by letting people play their part as you follow the most poignant and heartbreaking portrayal of Covid in Wuhan and how they fought for each life they saved and lost. Review

8.0

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16 may

16 may

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