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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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

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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

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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

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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

The intelligence of the film is on a whole another level. Only fully prepared can you dive into the ocean of misery, truth, rage and anger. Review

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28 february

28 feb

It is an upsetting story of a man who can’t reveal himself to the fullest and must remain in the closet. Amit and Nadav’s dynamic is provocative but solidly delivered by Ben-Oved Berkovich and Harel Glazer. I... Review

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28 february

28 feb

Filled with stellar performances from Aleksas Kazanavicius, Dainius Gavenonis and Severija Janusauskaite as the loving and supportive wife to Andrius, the film is a painful reminder to all of us – no one can escape the past. Review

8.0

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25 february

25 feb

While it’s far from being perfect, it’s a fine portrayal of the image of street culture, money-driven environment, race and class, and what it may bring as a result, if misused. Review

6.0

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21 february

21 feb

The brilliance of the film is in its striking concept that is one of the most intelligent I have seen in a while. Review

10

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21 february

21 feb

Post Office is a thought-provoking short narrative... Review

7.0

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14 february

14 feb

It perfectly unfolds the story leaving no gaps whatsoever except for heartbreak you will feel throughout the film. Whether it’s the writing, direction or the performance, the film subtly explores the theme of suicide without showing the actual act. Review

8.0

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14 february

14 feb

It’s an excellent pandemic love story that will take a piece of you with it, as soon as it’s over. Review

10

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6 february

6 feb

Philly D.A. is a powerful documentary film that follows the civil rights attorney Larry Krasner, who openly criticized Philadelphia’s policies and promised to end mass imprisonment. Review

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6 february

6 feb

The Blazing World is a very engaging film that, once again, explores the theme of loss of a child and a sister who leaves a big scar on her family. Review

6.0

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6 february

6 feb

Son of Monarchs is a love story about and for butterflies. Mendel’s research and dedication towards them make the man curious about life and death and what happens if a human and a butterfly become one. Review

7.0

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6 february

6 feb

Through the exceptional writing and direction of Ajitpal Singh, we are left to face very nuanced storytelling where two parents clash over their son and how Prakash should be treated. Review

10

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6 february

6 feb

It’s engaging, even though predictable, but interesting enough for you to continue watching it. Review

6.0

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6 february

6 feb

Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir is a literary titan. Review

8.0

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6 february

6 feb

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