Here are all our reviews of biographical movies.

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Grace of Monaco

Grace of Monaco

in French Movies

The announcement made during the opening credits sounds like an excuse: “the film that you are about to watch is a fiction based on real facts”.  With Grace of Monaco, French filmmaker Olivier Dahan (La Vie en Rose) delivers his own adaptation of a true story in order to create an ambitious work and this is certainly his right. The […]

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Saint Laurent poster

Saint Laurent

in French Movies

When Saint Laurent screened at the Cannes film festival last year, some critics and journalists rushed to praise Bertrand Bonello’s film, claiming it was a masterpiece. They were probably the same ones who had also applauded his previous work, House of Tolerance, before realizing later that they had missed the mark. The same thing is most likely happening with this […]

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Lovelace

Lovelace

in American Movies

Lovelace features everything you would expect from a movie about a porn actress: There’s a naïve heroine, shady guys, a rise to fame, sordid situations and some glamour. This is certainly more than most of us will ever experience during a lifetime but this narrative asset is also what harms this biopic about Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace. Whether or […]

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