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: 620 / 620

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The American dreams morphs into a nightmare, hallucination or mere "bullshit", as marginalised citizens recall their experience - heartfelt doc. Review

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20 december

20 dec

Kenneth Branagh remembers the Troubles and the pain of departing from his birth city at the age of just nine, in this lukewarm childhood memoir. Review

5.0

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29 november

29 nov

Octogenarian filmmaker and DOP join forces in order to create a film exuding youth, while also paying tribute to Spanish/Mexican music and dance. Review

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27 november

27 nov

Slow and straightforward drama set during Finnish summer meditates on love, betrayal and brutal honesty. Review

6.0

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27 november

27 nov

The outcome is a fast-paced, engaging little film that will make you laugh. Review

6.0

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26 november

26 nov

Modern, heart-wrenching samurai fable exposes a ruthless and deeply xenophobic Japanese society driven by greed. Review

8.0

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26 november

26 nov

A weird, creepy and strangely soothing little film. Review

7.0

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25 november

25 nov

Biopic of East German writer and filmmaker Thomas Brach reveals a deeply subversive artist who finds comfort on neither side of the Wall. Review

7.0

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25 november

25 nov

This little contemporary science-fiction drama about machine-versus-nature is at times hypnotic, bursting with dark lyricism. At times it seems to evoke Tarkosvky, with numerous windows, dirty glass and slow, reflective panning shots. Review

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23 november

23 nov

Child abuse, torture, Nazism and religious mortification come together. Review

10

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23 november

23 nov

Lithuanian fantasy drama investigates the power of dreams; sadly the outcome is soporific rather than oneiric. Review

5.0

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22 november

22 nov

Mother and grandmother fight over a child with all weapons available, in this blood-soaked slapstick comedy from Russia. Review

5.0

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22 november

22 nov

However The List of Those Who Love Me lacks a certain je ne sais quoi. While Yilmaz often gets smacked and battered, the script does nor deliver any punches. Review

6.0

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21 november

21 nov

Two Spanish girls contemplate a suicide pact as they grapple with the malaises of adolescence, in this tender and realistic drama. Review

7.0

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21 november

21 nov

Defector of Stalin's barbaric secret police seeks forgiveness from the family members of the people he executed, in this very bizarre political fable. Review

6.0

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20 november

20 nov

The splendid cinematography combined with ghostly, sinister sound engineering make A Vanishing Fog a hypnotic experience. Review

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20 november

20 nov

Biopic of one of Kazakhstan's greatest poets is imbued with sadness, lyricism and stunning imagery. Review

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20 november

20 nov

Filmmaker seek to reconcile with her past dalliances in this highly confessional and inventive blend of fiction and documentary. Review

8.0

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18 november

18 nov

Some of the imagery is potent and compelling, however devoid of any apparent message. The outcome is post-apocalyptic movie with a few dramatic and thriller devices, however without anything relevant to say. Review

5.0

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18 november

18 nov

Homophobia reveals its ferocious and bestial face, in this punch-in-the-face Belgian real-life drama that will stay with you for a long time. Review

10

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18 november

18 nov

A frustrated actor has more secrets in store than anyone could have anticipated, in this very bizarre and bewitching Dutch-Belgian production. Review

7.0

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17 november

17 nov

Chinese and Japanese sensibilities blend seamlessly, in this quiet and lyrical drama set in Yoko Ono's birth place. Review

8.0

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17 november

17 nov

Director Christopher Amos is Australian-born and British, just like his film subject. He combines a very extensive amount of archive footage with intimate talking heads of Peter and those who know him. Some love him, some hate him. Some love and hate him, both at once. Review

10

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25 october

25 oct

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

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