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: 683 / 683

Options

British drama paints a credible portrait of loneliness at old age, with subtle yet harrowing reminders of our physical limitations and mortality. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-22

2020

Impoverished peasant faces losing the meagre cow that provides his lifeline, in this delicate and sensitive Peruvian tale of survival almost entirely spoken in Quechua. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-16

2020

What about a movie about a ghost child entirely set on the narrow and eerie streets and canals of Venice wrapping up the Venice International Film Festival? Sounds cliched, but it's actually a jolly good idea! Review

10

List

Rate

2020-09-12

2020

Meet the real-life Norman Bateses, in this peculiar American documentary about multiple personality. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-12

2020

Older Americans dwelling in their own vehicles travel the country in search of employment, in this poignant real-life drama based on the eponymous book. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-11

2020

Slow and meditative drama from Azerbaijan reflects on life, death, chance encounters and fleeting connections. Review

7.0

List

Rate

2020-09-11

2020

Highly formulaic and poor-taste American high school shooting drama both glamourises and fetishises violence to the extreme. Review

2.0

List

Rate

2020-09-10

2020

This political thriller contains a number insightful discussions, successfully reflecting upon the nature and limits of political activism. It’s realistic and engaging enough to justify a viewing, even if it could be a little shorter than 111 minutes. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-10

2020

This is a film to be enjoyed for its nihilism, not its coherence. Review

6.0

List

Rate

2020-09-10

2020

A tragic death has an irreparable impact on the lives of five very different sisters growing up in Palermo, in this gentle and moving Italian drama. Review

7.0

List

Rate

2020-09-09

2020

The latest creation by Japan's most versatile filmmmaker is a highly conventional and mostly confusing "spy" drama originally conceived for television. Review

4.0

List

Rate

2020-09-09

2020

It’s colourful and fun to watch. It just won’t stay with you for very long. Review

6.0

List

Rate

2020-09-08

2020

Highly artistic and contemplative documentary registers the plight of people in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Kurdistan. Review

5.0

List

Rate

2020-09-08

2020

Polish movie about Ukrainian masseur with supernatural powers is hardly decipherable and yet distinctively bewitching. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-07

2020

Andrei Konchalovsky works well as personal drama, focused on one family. It does not bode well as a historical register. Review

7.0

List

Rate

2020-09-07

2020

Documentary about the political imprisonment of Caetano Veloso during the Brazilian military dictatorship has priceless moments for fans yet little appeal for those not familiar with the iconic singer. Review

4.0

List

Rate

2020-09-07

2020

Iranian film about a school for homeless children has its heart at the right spot and its script all over the place, stringing together a myriad of cumbersome premises. Review

5.0

List

Rate

2020-09-06

2020

Period Lesbian drama set in the US and filmed in Transylvania is exuberant in its photography, supported by a simple yet powerful script. Review

10

List

Rate

2020-09-06

2020

Charming and sensitive Palestinian movie finds romance at old age in a very conservative and impoverished society. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-05

2020

Biopic of Karl Marx's youngest daughter is so deeply marred by a contrived script, wooden performances and awkward antics that it's barely watchable. Review

3.0

List

Rate

2020-09-05

2020

I Am Greta is an observational, fly-on-the-wall type of documentary. It never challenges its subject. Review

6.0

List

Rate

2020-09-04

2020

The real-life story of the picaresque British hero who stole a painting from the National Gallery for charitable purposes is doused in saccharine and yet enjoyable to watch. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-04

2020

French thriller about young femme fatale divided between a young criminal lover and a older wealthy husband is pretentious and unnecessary. Review

5.0

List

Rate

2020-09-04

2020

The tone is sombre and realistic. Violence is neither fetishised nor sanitised. Review

8.0

List

Rate

2020-09-03

2020

What is Veboli?

Veboli provides personal movie advice, so you can easily choose the right movie to watch. Learn more

Stay up to date?

Read the Veboli blog

Instagram
Instagram
LinkedIn
Twitter

Got a question?

Send us a message

English