Roobla Reviews.

Film Review

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 | 4 years | Read
Film Review

Amour (2012)

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

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read
Film Review

Alps (2011)

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

Paul Anderson | 4 years | Read
Film Review

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 | 4 years | Read
Film Review

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 | 4 years | Read
Film Review

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 | 4 years | Read
Film Review

White Material (2009)

Powerful, affecting; White Material is another beautiful and lyrical film from Claire Denis starring the incomparable Isabelle Huppert.

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read
Film Review

McCullin (2012)

McCullin is a fascinating documentary on a difficult subject, told without gloss or shying away from the truth.

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read
Film Review

Stitches (2012)

Stitches is a ludicrously gory horror that struggles a little with an identity crisis but proves to be worthy of your time.

Paul Anderson | 4 years | Read
Film Review

Silent House (2011)

Silent House is a remake of the Uruguayan film, La Casa Muda, a horror shot in real time in the illusion of one take, starring Elizabeth Olsen.

Gavin Thai-Low | 4 years | Read