Movie reviews of Victor Fraga

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

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Number of movie reviews: 470 / 470


Poster for The Report

The Report


Cinematographically, this is a very conventional mixture of political thriller and courtroom drama. It feels soporifically long at 118 minutes.

8 november

8 nov

Poster for Greener Grass

Greener Grass


Absurdist comedy mocks suburban life in the US, and the outcome is mostly cringeworthy.

5 november

5 nov

Poster for Tales from the Lodge

Tales from the Lodge


British blend of black comedy and slasher with flavours of other horror subgenres is both unsavoury and indigestible.

24 october

24 oct

Poster for Tell Me Who I Am

Tell Me Who I Am


Horrifying family secrets surface after two adult twins rummage the secret rooms in their house that their late mother kept locked away, in this shocking British documentary.

15 october

15 oct

Poster for Meeting Gorbachev

Meeting Gorbachev


Herzog’s admiration for the octogenarian is very real and palpable, making this an unusually and unabashedly romanticised film.

10 october

10 oct

Poster for Fire Will Come

Fire Will Come


Spanish film about pyromaniac released from jail offers a fascinating view into peasant life in the region of Galicia, as well as a breathtaking immersion into the power of fire.

8 october

8 oct

Poster for Zombi Child

Zombi Child


Very much worth sticking until the very last minute.

19 september

19 sep

Poster for Répertoire des villes disparues

Répertoire des villes disparues


All in all, this is an elegant and moving ghost story, even if a little lethargic at times. The images of the equally dismal dead and living inhabitants of Irénée-les-Neiges will stay with you for some time.

19 september

19 sep

Poster for For Sama

For Sama


Mother finds strength in her baby daughter in order to resist the oppressive Assad regime, in this punch-in-the-stomach war documentary.

5 september

5 sep

Poster for Hail Satan?

Hail Satan?


All in all, Hail Satan is devilishly fun documentary to watch. Ironically, it’s also a feel-good movie. It’s not anti-Christian. Instead, it challenges the autocracy of government of religion. Simply dirtylicious. Go see it!

17 august

17 aug

Poster for Gaza



Gaza is a collage of beautiful lives against a very ugly backdrop.

7 august

7 aug

Poster for The Shock of the Future

The Shock of the Future


It’s a finely accomplished piece of filmcraft, bathetic beats bearing becomingly between the various edits.

29 july

29 jul

Poster for Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love

Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love


Tender, intimate and respectful of his subjects.

23 july

23 jul

Poster for The Current War

The Current War


American historical drama details the fight between electricity giants Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla in the late 19th century, but the outcome is neither bright nor electrifying.

19 july

19 jul

Poster for Blinded by the Light

Blinded by the Light


Blinded by the Light is a squeaky clean, highly sanitised movie. This is a easily digestible and earnest movie with its heart at the right place, plus a a clearcut message of tolerance, diversity and racial reconciliation.

11 july

11 jul

Poster for Phoenix



This is an effective drama with elements of kitchen sink realism and coming-of-age tale.

9 july

9 jul

Poster for The Biggest Little Farm

The Biggest Little Farm


This American doc – which follows the couple for eight years – is extremely well crafted. It’s evident that the director/subject had extensive experience with the movie camera.

21 june

21 jun

Poster for The Flood

The Flood


While very audacious in its message of solidarity in a world increasingly xenophobic and intolerant, The Flood is very conservative in its format. The narrative is formulaic and sanatised.

18 june

18 jun

Poster for Only You

Only You


Young couple grapples with IVF while attempting to keep the spark in their relationship alive, in this heartfelt yet emotionally draining British drama.

16 june

16 jun

Poster for Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona


In a nutshell, this is an entertaining yet partial and timid biopic of a man bigger than any football team in which he played.

12 june

12 jun

Poster for Let It Burn

Let It Burn


Crack addicts dwelling in a semi-open rehab in Sao Paulo grapple with recovery, in this moving yet harrowing documentary.

10 june

10 jun

Poster for Mother



The fifth documentary by 40-year-old Belgian documentarist Kristof Bilsen is a tribute to kindness and solidarity, and also a painful register of the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s on the patients and their families.

10 june

10 jun

A Dog Called Money


Watch A Dog Called Money for the music and the images, just don’t attempt to squeeze a lot of sense out of it.

9 june

9 jun

Poster for The Edge of Democracy

The Edge of Democracy


Highly personal Brazilian doc about the recent collapse of democratic institutions in the Latin American nation is a sobering and painful reminder that the individual and the political establishment are inextricable.

9 june

9 jun

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