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Roobla Film Reviews.
Turbulent Tudor melodrama
An FBI agent investigates drug cartel activity – but does she know what she is getting into?
Unflinching depiction of racial tension and violence in America’s Deep South
A harrowing but honest depiction of what life was like during the reign of the terrible Kray twins, Britain’s most notorious gangsters.
A boring whodunnit masked in criticism thirty years past its sell-by-date
Roger Chapman’s brief but moving tribute to the people that witnessed and fought at the Battle of Arnhem, is a film that deserves to be seen.
Ming Dynasty mayhem
Effective in its lo-fi, hands-off aesthetic, The Decline Of Western Civilisation captures the myopic restlessness of an aimless generation.
Directed, written, and starring Craig Roberts – alongside a particularly captivating Emile Hirsch – this brave, tense, funny film will keep you captivated.
As powerful as it is ridiculous, it squeezes out all of your emotions, but you won’t mind because, genuinely, it’s great!
Sean Penn, Gary Oldman and Ed Harris show that talent can really outshine an average script.
True Detective in early Post-Franco, early 1980s Spain. What can go wrong? As it turns out, not a whole damned lot.
This Danish western harks back to the classics of old
Ahead of it’s time and an honest take on destructive adolescent love and dependency