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: 1595 / 1595

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Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers is all that you will need to witness the most authentic portrayal of one of the kindest human beings. Review

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2019-09-12

2019

It’s not too long to feel bored, it’s full of symbolism, great cinematography, performances, the most notably by Nicole Kidman and Okaes Fegley while Ansel Elgort does his best to capture the dark past of his childhood which he flawlessly carries with himself throughout his youth. Review

8.0

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2019-09-12

2019

The Song of Names is a moving drama about a strong bond shared between two men who were closer than real brothers. Review

6.0

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2019-09-10

2019

Judy is an exceptional film that will leave you in tears. Review

10

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2019-09-10

2019

This film is a must-see because it educates us to be better, smarter, kinder, and patient. Review

10

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2019-09-08

2019

There’s no flaw in it, no gaps or questions. This film jumps into the world of sanity that slowly disappears. Review

10

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2019-09-07

2019

The movie itself is funny, easygoing, educational, and will bring a smile to your face throughout. Review

8.0

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2019-08-30

2019

Survival Box explores not only adolescence but inexperience in life and unreadiness for situations like the one they found themselves in. Review

6.0

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2019-08-26

2019

Well performed by Julia Jones, the actor immortalizes an already legendary person but this time in the cinematic world which is helpful especially in our era when we must be reminded once again who we were and who we want to become if we want to avoid the mistakes of the past. Review

6.0

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2019-08-25

2019

Despite it being such a small film, it’s a feel-good story where the great cast helps the film to unite with the viewers to become one. Review

6.0

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2019-08-24

2019

Enjoy it, cry with it, laugh, and cheer out loud because that’s what The Lion King is all about – about family time spent together and appreciating every minute of it. Review

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2019-08-11

2019

There’s not much you can expect from Gary Dauberman’s film. Review

4.0

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2019-08-06

2019

It has lots of bloody and close-up killing scenes, but given its concept, all of these were important to unfold the story in the exact same pattern for us to not lose track of events that are about to occur. Review

8.0

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2019-08-04

2019

The entire film is like a well painted portrait of pain, and by looking at it, you will try to embrace it with a heavy heart. Review

10

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2019-08-03

2019

The film delivers mind-blowing action scenes that are equally beautiful and entertaining at the same time. Review

8.0

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2019-08-02

2019

Incredibly intriguing and thought-provoking. Review

10

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2019-08-01

2019

The Wrath is a delightfully scary horror film that explores the most important theme – when you gain everything, you lose everything. Review

6.0

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2019-07-30

2019

Day and Night is another decent drama from Japan that never slows down when it comes to telling a human story. Review

8.0

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2019-07-30

2019

We Are Little Zombies is like a love letter to this life, or to those who do not believe in the ability to feel, experience, and continue their quest through the arc until light is seen. Review

6.0

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2019-07-22

2019

The entire film is filled with intelligent action scenes, with beautiful moves, of course, nobody would like to be around to catch. Review

10

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2019-07-20

2019

1BR

1BR is a surprisingly refreshing piece of film... Review

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2019-07-19

2019

The Wonderland is an excellent Japanese animated film about self-expansion as a human being, growing from what we are to something truly great, and of course, saving the world that once again relies on an ordinary mortal being who, sometimes, fail to save their own. Review

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2019-07-18

2019

Lee Won-tae with his directorial approach delivers a nail-biting suspenseful crime thriller filled with the most interesting and solid performances delivered in a South Korean cinema. Review

10

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2019-07-17

2019

However, there’s a big disconnect between the film and its concept, logic and common sense, which is the main factor this film, sadly, was lacking throughout. Review

4.0

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2019-07-16

2019

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