Celluloid Junkie - 2638 Rankings
Member Since: Apr 17, 2009
Location: Perth, Australia
Bio: I use to work in a Blockbuster, I than spent 6 months studying film where I achieved nothing. I now do something totally irrelevant but still love my movies!
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|9 T10||Dunkirk (2017) - Aug 10, 2017
"Film Score: The Movie. A momentous piece of work. This is one of the definite musts for cinema experiences in 2017. Not a character study piece but a wonderfully pieced three arc war story that is breathtaking pretty much entirely throughout. "
|7 T7||Train to Busan (2016) - Aug 10, 2017
"A lot better than most American zombie genre picks! "
|4 T4||Doctor Strange (2016) - Aug 10, 2017
"Did you watch Iron Man like ten years ago? Cool, you have no reason to see this then."
|8 T9||Baby Driver (2017) - Jul 26, 2017
"You know in a few years time when this come son TV, you will watch it every time. Pacing perfection, has the popcorn moments, the boy, the girl and the music you buy the vinyl for. It's an absolute blast, don't miss it!"
|9 T10||It Comes at Night (2017) - Jul 26, 2017
"The VVitch 2.0. Same style anyway. Enthralling with complete uneasiness throughout. Extremely tense and well made. Highly recommended if you were a fan of the aforementioned film, like me!"
|7 T7||Okja (2017) - Jul 26, 2017
"Message aside, its a solid film - entertaining and emotional. It doesn't force feed you, it connects a way a film should. I'm still going to eat chorizo but this was a worthwhile meal."
|9 T10||Master of None (2015) - Jun 27, 2017
"First season was very solid. Second is on a whole other plane, one of my favourite series of any show ever. Incredibly inventive, creative and relatable. I look at this show as Dev looks at pasta. Say Hello, Wave Goodbye."
|10 T10||Raw (2017) - Jun 27, 2017
"Current movie of the year for me. Grotesque, haunting and grand. It has stayed with me and filled my head with scenes of absolute absurdity that only few in this medium can provide. Raw is wonderland. "
|7 T7||Hounds of Love (2016) - Jun 27, 2017
"Had this penned as one of the great modern Australian films pretty much throughout. The incredibly cheesy ending (with the equally bad song choice) ruined 90 minutes of tense methodical craft. Still good but nearly a gold horrifying experience. "
|6 T6||20th Century Women (2016) - Jun 27, 2017
"Can't shake the overall sense of lacking. It's just fine. Elle Fanning was great as always however."