Ken Loach's portrayal of poverty, xenophobia and failed refugee integration in Northern England is authentic and captivating; he gets to to the roots of racism without condoning it - live from Cannes [Read More...]
Officer in charge of Auschwitz attempts forge a normal existence with his wife and children, in the most human, palpable and - precisely for those reasons - affecting representation of Nazis that you will probably ever see; Jonathan Glazer presents his astounding new drama at Cannes [Read More...]
Wim Wenders returns to what he does best with this observational and meditative drama about a toilet cleaner forging ahead his lonely routine in Tokyo - from the Official Competition of the 76 Cannes Film Festival [Read More...]
The fifth and final instalment of the Indiana Jones franchise is a hearty feast of historical absurdities, cliches and self-references; it is easily digestible and thoroughly enjoyable - live from Cannes [Read More...]
#MeToo's number one enemy challenges the immorality of the patriarchy by putting an immoral female in a position of power, in an anti-erotic drama - Catherine Breillat showcases her new creation in the 76th Cannes Film Festival [Read More...]
In mid-19th century Italy, a six-year-old Jew is forcibly converted into Catholicism - Marco Bellochio's insightful historical drama is in the Official Competition of the 76th Cannes Film Festival [Read More...]
Piercing, tense and unexpectedly funny docufiction starring Sydney Sweeney portrays controversial whistleblower who leaked US government information to the media in 2017 - in cinemas on Friday, June 2nd [Read More...]
Deep dive into the loud routine of a large group of Chinese textile workers, in this highly observational, non-narrative documentary - in the Official Competition of the 76th Cannes Film Festival [Read More...]
Italian director becomes increasingly recognised for her idiosyncratic style, now moving further away from poetic territory into quirky zone - live from Official Competition of the the 76th Cannes Film Festival [Read More...]
Those bloody vegans!!!
DMovies' reader pours her heart out as she talks about Meet Your Meat the film that changed her life forever, in emotional statement.
Women don’t cower in silence!
Thais reveals the very dirty movie that made her become the strong woman and the empowered professional that she is now!
John McDonald (Writer)
Liverpool-based writer and activist for going to the cinema on your own. [Read More...]