Roobla Film Reviews.

Film Review

Good Hair (2009)

Good Hair is an interesting and funny documentary about attitudes towards women’s hair in the African-American community, with deeper insights about racial integration and the quirks of black society.

Rob Batchelor | 5 years | Read
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Thale (2012)

Thale is a decent enough supernatural thriller with an affecting story that unfortunately doesn’t quite live to its promise.

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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The Bay (2012)

The Bay is the film that Contagion should have been, gripping, meaningful and scary (but not for the most obvious reasons).

Jack Bottomley | 5 years | Read
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Good Vibrations (2012)

Good Vibrations offers a superbly likeable and enjoyable story of the determination of one man to bring punk music to the masses in war torn 1970s Belfast.

David Pratt | 5 years | Read
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Gimme The Loot (2012)

Thanks to its authentic direction and enjoyable characters, Gimme The Loot is a surprisingly fun low budget debut showing the joys of inner city living.

David Pratt | 5 years | Read
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The Croods (2013)

Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone lend their vocals to this animated adventure about a family of cavemen who must learn to trust their curiosity.

Naomi Barnwell | 5 years | Read
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Amour (2012)

Amour offers an affecting portrayal of love and loss, and is Haneke’s most humane film.

Rob Batchelor | 5 years | Read
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Alps (2011)

The Alps features an intriguing prospect, hampered by some vague storytelling and underdeveloped characters.

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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Community (2012)

Community is a British horror effort that tries to combine scares with a social statement but both get lost along the way.

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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Comedown (2012)

Comedown is a tower block set slasher from the director of Kidulthood. Is it a grimy British Halloween or more Friday 13th pt VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan?

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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Room 237 (2012)

Ascher’s documentary about interpretations of The Shining is obscure, obsessive and essential. Room 237 is one of the best films about watching films ever made.

Jack Bottomley | 5 years | Read