Opinion Battles Round 24 – Favourite European Subtitles Film

Opinion Battles Round 24 – Favourite European Subtitles

Movie Reviews 101

Opinion Battles Round 24

Favourite European Subtitles Film

World cinema is often over looked at the cinema so today we are going to look at our favourite European Subtitled film.

If you want to take part in the next round we will be picking our favourite Star Wars character and you will need to send your choice to moviereviews101@yahoo.co.ukby 11th December 2016

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The Hunthunt

The Hunt follows a mild mannered teacher who gets falsely accused of exposing himself to one of his young students where we see the whole town turn on him as he tries to prove his innocence to the accusation. Mads Mikkelen is amazing in the leading role in a film which gives us the audience a chance to look at how we could act if it was our own child.

Cinema Parrot Disco

Cinema Paradiso


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10 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 24 – Favourite European Subtitles Film

  1. Kevin says:

    El Laberinto del Fauno, very good choice! I don’t count it as a subtitle film because I’m a native Spanish speaker hahaha

    One I love is Flammen & Citronen, a Danish WW2 film with Mads Mikkelsen. It’s so much fun and this is coming from someone who doesn’t really like WW2 films, or games, or anything really. I think the setting’s been tapped dry for stories already

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  2. The Album says:

    The Intouchables (2011) Loved it

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  3. Jay says:

    This field is so deep it’s impossible to choose


  4. Jay says:

    Oh man this field is so deep it’s impossible to choose.


  5. MIB says:

    What about European films without subtitles? 😉 😛

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  6. Blog Andrew says:

    My favourite European subtitled movie is also one of my all time favourites, ‘I’ve Loved You So Long’ starring Kristin Scott Thomas, I heartily recommend 🙂


  7. beetleypete says:

    This time it was right up my street! Your choice of del Toro’s film was spot-on, but I couldn’t vote, as they were all so good, and so different. I got carried away with my comment over there though!
    As ever, Pete. XXX


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