Celluloid Junkie - 3312 Rankings
Member Since: Dec 29, 2008
Location: Brasília, Brazil
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|90 T10||Edifício Master (2002) - Mar 25, 2017
"Amazing piece of honest storytelling by Brazil's most gifted storyteller. A bliss."
|45 T3||Where to Invade Next (2015) - Mar 25, 2017
"Never thought how deep I would miss the comedian Michael Moore. This brings often good ideas to the table, but it's just too bad that Moore invests so much in making his vision more of an excuse to complain about things in America than actually understanding other cultures' views. Also, the shallow focus makes this feel like at least three separate documentary features all crammed into one."
|70 T7||The Hills Have Eyes (2006) - Mar 24, 2017
"Often amazing take on 70s horror not so much because of its graphic violence, but how the film gets to it: a white family led by a conservative, pro-gun old man is destroyed by their mutant counterpart and it is the democrat, anti-gun who has to handle weapons in order to get his baby and save the day. Actually, nothing is saved, because this is all about American families eating each other. No escape, no possibility of redemption. The fact that Aja does all that without being fatalist is a joy."
|80 T9||Bernie (2012) - Mar 23, 2017
"Linklater mixes his usual talent for depicting lives as they unfold in specific times of their lives with his great documentary storyteller potential."
|60 T5||Keeping Up with the Joneses (2016) - Mar 23, 2017|
|35 T1||Power Rangers (2017) - Mar 22, 2017|
|45 T3||T2 Trainspotting (2017) - Mar 21, 2017|
|85 T10||Split (2017) - Mar 20, 2017
"More Shya's Cat People than his Silence of the Lambs. "
|40 T2||The Infiltrator (2016) - Mar 20, 2017|
|45 T3||Beauty and the Beast (2017) - Mar 16, 2017|