Movie reviews of Richard Alaba

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

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Number of movie reviews: 292 / 292

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Poster for Flatliners

Flatliners

5

Flatliners is about thrills not intelligent discourse. In the end, the film gives us neither.

2017.10.12

2017

Poster for Final Portrait

Final Portrait

6

If you enjoy watching paint dry this is your film.

2017.10.10

2017

Poster for The Dancer

The Dancer

8

Reading this film as history gets in the way of enjoying it as visual spectacle and engaging narrative.

2017.10.06

2017

Poster for Tommy's Honour

Tommy's Honour

6

Viewers unconnected with golf may struggle to stay awake with this one.

2017.10.02

2017

Poster for Mountain

Mountain

6

While the individual aural and visual elements have great beauty, without a narrative purpose they are lovely to admire but all too easy to forget.

2017.09.27

2017

Poster for Battle of the Sexes

Battle of the Sexes

8

Both an entertaining and an insightful portrait of an unfinished war.

2017.09.25

2017

Poster for Victoria & Abdul

Victoria & Abdul

8

As good as historical dramas get.

2017.09.21

2017

Poster for mother!

mother!

8

The originality, absurdism, and audacity of this film are breathtaking.

2017.09.17

2017

Poster for Gifted

Gifted

7

A well-paced story free of distracting sub-plots and supported by a high calibre ensemble.

2017.09.15

2017

Poster for The Dinner

The Dinner

8

A gripping thriller that will generate discussion and challenge you...

2017.09.11

2017

Poster for God's Own Country

God's Own Country

9

A genre-defying, coming of age, drama-rich love story.

2017.09.07

2017

Poster for Ali's Wedding

Ali's Wedding

6

Treads in the same space as other Aussie inter-racial films and it could have done more with the opportunity.

2017.09.04

2017

Poster for Madame

Madame

7

Has enough laughter and warm-hearted moments to be worth watching despite its BYO ending.

2017.09.01

2017

Poster for The Lost City of Z

The Lost City of Z

6

At best, it is a solid tale made lacklustre in the telling.

2017.08.28

2017

Poster for Kongens nei

Kongens nei

7

A gripping character-driven film that provides a fascinating glimpse into Norway’s war history.

2017.08.24

2017

Poster for Hampstead

Hampstead

6

A lightweight rom-com...

2017.08.21

2017

Poster for Wind River

Wind River

7

While this film comes with little fanfare, it has solid storytelling, exciting visuals, and well-crafted acting...

2017.08.17

2017

Poster for Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

5

Some people will love the action but apart from great camerawork, this writer found little to commend.

2017.08.14

2017

Poster for The Circle

The Circle

6

Modernises Orwell’s 1984 into a techno-dystopia with a core premise that is not as absurd as some might think.

2017.08.11

2017

Poster for A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls

8

This sensitive coming of age tale is an honest conversation about some of the most complex feelings a human can ever experience.

2017.08.08

2017

Poster for The Big Sick

The Big Sick

7

The dialogue is genuinely funny, insightful, and heartfelt.

2017.08.04

2017

Poster for A Ghost Story

A Ghost Story

8

This low-budget high-risk film is one of the most innovative you will find in its genre but opinions are clustered at the extremes.

2017.07.31

2017

Poster for The Man

The Man

7

Depicts human weakness, unpredictability, and art world pretensions with full-frontal realism.

2017.07.28

2017

Poster for Paris Can Wait

Paris Can Wait

5

Given its quality ingredients this film should have worked.

2017.07.25

2017

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