Movie reviews of Victor Fraga

These are all the movies and series that Victor has reviewed. Read more at: Dirty Movies.

Number of movie reviews: 597 / 597

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Belgian voyeuristic thriller excels in cinematography, while also slipping into worn-out cliches of women and mental illness. Review

6.0

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12 october

12 oct

Joanna Hogg continues her highly autobiographical meditation on filmmaking and grief to outstanding results. Review

10

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26 september

26 sep

Unimaginative Spanish gangster thriller boasts a very large budget and very little edge. Review

8.0

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26 september

26 sep

Food becomes a proxy for the French Revolution, in this tasty and easily-digestible drama. Review

18.0

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26 september

26 sep

Yugonostalgia through in eyes of the East: Chinese filmmaker investigates how to safely store collective memory. Review

8.0

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25 september

25 sep

Francois Ozon's new film about medically assisted suicide is quietly tragic and moving. Review

10

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25 september

25 sep

Binoche delivers a very convincing performance as a character who acts (pretends to be someone else). Review

8.0

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24 september

24 sep

Exquisite blend of fiction and documentary peeks into the lives of inspiring Spanish teens, and it has a refreshing message of hope. Review

10

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24 september

24 sep

This is a very effective tearjerker. And as such it made my eyes very wet, particularly as Tammy urged her viewers to embrace openly gay HIV patient, and sang The Battle Hymn of the Republic after a 10-year hiatus following her husband’s imprisonment. Glory, glory hallelujah. Tammy’s truth is marching on. Review

10

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23 september

23 sep

There is also one thematic shortcoming. Despite recognising that we have been losing the war on drugs for more than 40 years, Undercover never questions its banality. Review

4.0

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23 september

23 sep

Old woman left catatonic by a devastating stroke terrifies her doting granddaughter, in this brilliantly subtle and beautifully elegant horror from Spain... Review

10

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22 september

22 sep

Pregnant teenager runs away from juvenile delinquent institution with the helping hand of two wannabe parents - slow burn tale of failed motherhood. Review

7.0

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22 september

22 sep

Father and daughter get entangled in a taxi driver serial killer investigation, in this bewildering crime thriller from China. Review

4.0

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21 september

21 sep

An opportunistic factory owner's alleged "love" and devotion to his employees is exposed as sheer cynicism - hilarious comedy starring Javier Bardem. Review

8.0

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21 september

21 sep

Little stabs at happiness? Young female allows males to debase and degrade her, raising questions about oppression and freedom - raw and bleak Romanian drama. Review

8.0

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20 september

20 sep

A young mother gradually loses touch with reality, in this borderline psychedelic Netflix production set in South America. Review

8.0

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20 september

20 sep

High school student embodies the quiet liberation of a country still grappling with the ties of a reactionary past - honest and profound Argentinean drama. Review

10

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19 september

19 sep

As In Heaven is a mostly unremarkable rural tale of motherhood, life and death. Except for the impressive blood rain sequence, its cinematography is functional yet monotonous. The performances too are just about satisfactory, however without flare. Ultimately, this Danish drama lacks the punch factor. Review

5.0

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19 september

19 sep

Terence Davies gives English poet and anti-war activist Siegfried Sassoon a detailed yet protracted and monotonous biopic, too concerned with the writer's sexual life. Review

5.0

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18 september

18 sep

A girl with ice cubes for teeth is the topic of Lucile Hadzihalilovic's cryptic new fable, a movie creepy and lyrical in equal measures. Review

7.0

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18 september

18 sep

Zhang Yimou's intended celebration of old-fashioned celluloid cinema constantly slips into cliches and banality. Review

5.0

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18 september

18 sep

Charlotte Gainsbourg gets behind the camera in order to capture her iconic mother in her most tender and yet lonely moments. Review

8.0

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18 september

18 sep

Despite a terrific performance and a well-meaning script, The Last Bus is not a masterpiece. Review

7.0

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24 august

24 aug

Orphaned teen is placed under the care of her dysfunctional aunt and criminal cousins, in this harrowing crime drama from Denmark. Review

8.0

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11 august

11 aug

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