Movie reviews of Richard Alaba

These are all the movies and series that Richard has reviewed. Read more at: CineMuseFilms.

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Poster for Sing Street

Sing Street

8

It soars well above its class because of outstanding casting and a brilliant soundtrack.

2016.07.11

2016

Poster for The Measure of a Man

The Measure of a Man

8

Dramatically demonstrates that the measure of modern society is how it treats the dispossessed and disadvantaged.

2016.07.07

2016

Poster for Force Majeure

Force Majeure

7

A beautifully filmed psychological drama with several comedic touches to ease the tension...

2016.07.04

2016

Poster for Mustang

Mustang

8

The gentle realism and warm colour palette of the cinematography exudes sympathetic storytelling...

2016.06.30

2016

Poster for The Wait

The Wait

8

The minimalist dialogue and slow pace creates an open space into which is hung a finely wrought portrait of parental grief.

2016.06.27

2016

Poster for Everybody Wants Some!!

Everybody Wants Some!!

3

As someone who loves the film artform, I try to find at least something to admire in every film but this time I cannot.

2016.06.23

2016

Poster for The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble

The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble

8

A film that will leave you elated.

2016.06.20

2016

Poster for Me Before You

Me Before You

8

Emilia Clarke’s performance is the beating heart of this film.

2016.06.16

2016

Poster for Goldstone

Goldstone

7

A brilliantly photographed and entertaining crime thriller that foregrounds the spectacular Australian outback and pays respect to its ancestral heritage.

2016.06.13

2016

Poster for A Perfect Day

A Perfect Day

7

The characters are built with re-purposed M.A.S.H. traits that are likeable, funny and plausible, and the acting is top-class.

2016.06.09

2016

Poster for Lilith's Awakening

Lilith's Awakening

7

Full of haunting imagery and ambivalent possibilities.

2016.06.08

2016

Poster for Queen of the Desert

Queen of the Desert

6

Despite its visual delights, the film feels strangely disconnected from the legend of its Queen.

2016.06.06

2016

Poster for Money Monster

Money Monster

8

Outstanding entertainment that also asks important social questions.

2016.06.02

2016

Poster for Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Hunt for the Wilderpeople

5

Little more than a spectacular tourism advertisement for the rugged landscapes and mountainous lakes and gorges...

2016.06.01

2016

Poster for The Boy

The Boy

6

Maintains a menacing Gothic atmosphere and enough surprises to keep you guessing what will happen next.

2016.05.31

2016

Poster for God Willing

God Willing

7

Giallini and Gassman are excellent in their roles and elevate the domestic farce to a humour-filled morality play...

2016.05.29

2016

Poster for The Meddler

The Meddler

5

A weak script, full of clichéd melodrama, tired gags, and feigned sentimentality.

2016.05.25

2016

Poster for The Wave

The Wave

7

A highly engaging film that achieves much with little.

2016.05.23

2016

Poster for Mia Madre

Mia Madre

7

There are many reasons to praise this film, but in the main it is for audiences willing to vicariously experience a slow and dense melodrama about loss.

2016.05.20

2016

Poster for Hello, My Name Is Doris

Hello, My Name Is Doris

6

Sally Field is marvellous as Doris and her wide-eyed innocence still does the trick.

2016.05.17

2016

Poster for Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

7

Although the film is not the comedy I expected, it is very entertaining.

2016.05.15

2016

Poster for The Man Who Knew Infinity

The Man Who Knew Infinity

8

The greatest strength of the story undoubtedly comes from its acting principals Jeremy Irons and Bev Patel.

2016.05.12

2016

Poster for Louder Than Bombs

Louder Than Bombs

7

More arthouse than spoon-fed, the film feels refreshingly free of cliches and leaves you thinking about the impact of distant memories on daily lives.

2016.05.09

2016

Poster for A Month of Sundays

A Month of Sundays

7

An original funny-sad look at a type of Aussie male who should watch this film for their own good.

2016.05.05

2016

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