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jlKeller
Flick Fan - 78 Films Ranked
Member Since: Apr 29, 2008
Location: Saint Cloud, FL, USA
Recent Rankings
95 T9 A Clockwork Orange (1971) - May 29, 2008
"McGowan says "SEE IT!!! Brilliant!"
92 T7 Broadway Danny Rose (1984) - May 25, 2008
"Mia Farrow & Woody Allen were never better together than they were in this film. Forget all their personal shit and remember their great movies, like this one."
90 T6 Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) - May 25, 2008
"Toontown is my kind of town. When an animated character can become one of the greatest sex symbols of all time, then you know they have done something right."
45 T2 War of the Worlds (2005) - May 24, 2008
"Tom Cruise saves the world. Yea, right."
85 T4 Juno (2007) - May 20, 2008
"enjoyable but failed to live up to the hype. Besides, I kept thinking that Juno was going to grab a knife and cut off poor Bleeker's balls! And, I won't even say what I thought Schillinger, I mean MacGuff, was going to do to him."
90 T6 A Scanner Darkly (2006) - May 20, 2008
"What could be more cool than Keanu Reeves? An animated Keanu Reeves! Add Robert Downey Jr and you have double cool. Animated cool on drugs!"
97 T10 Pan's Labyrinth (2006) - May 20, 2008
"Brilliant, Horrifying & Magical - all at the same time. A masterpiece!"
96 T9 The Wizard of Oz (1939) - May 14, 2008
"the most enduring, magical memory of my childhood"
24 T1 The Lake House (2006) - May 10, 2008
"Oh man, Keanu and Sandra, Get back on the bus!!!"
30 T1 Hook (1991) - May 08, 2008
"Atrocious! I don't know where to start. Robin Williams? Julia Roberts? Dustin Ham Hoffman? But, the greatest sin of all - Spielberg killed one of the Lost Boys!!!"
 
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