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Member Since: Oct 20, 2010
Location: Camp Hill, Pennslyvania, USA
Bio: My film ranking system.
100 = The best films I have ever seen.
95-90 = My favorites.
85 = Great films that didn't quite make the cut.
80-75 = Good all around solid films.
70 = Ok films.
65-60 = Films that I liked that weren't good/Films that were great that I didn't like.
55-50 = Tolerable films if I was forced to watch again.
45-0 = Varying degrees of hatred and/or shitty film making.
|75 T6||MASH (1970) - Jun 11, 2013
"An aimless plot surrounded by entertaining characters. Some great lines and performances save this movie from being a complete mess. "
|85 T8||A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (2013) - May 22, 2013
"Its a light film (given the subject matter it could have been a lot deeper), but I just thoroughly enjoyed it stylistically. Sheen is surprisingly restrained, and Schwartzman and Murray are great in their limited screen time. I just wish it was maybe fleshed out a bit more to really, make use of the wonderful supporting cast. "
|80 T7||Love and Death (1975) - May 13, 2013
"Lacked a decent introduction and felt kinda rushed or forced. However there were some truly hilarious bits. I laughed a decent amount so it must have been doing something right. "
|70 T5||Mon oncle (1958) - May 12, 2013
"A delightfully quirky film. The set design is marvelous as well as the score. The problem with this film is that its not funny. Tati is wonderful but scenes without him are totally lacking. Plus its overly long with lots of filler."
|80 T7||Wonder Boys (2000) - May 09, 2013
"A very uneven movie with two main problems that kept the score lower than it otherwise would have been. One, the plot felt as if it climaxed 1 or 2 times before the actual climax. 2, the ending felt very cheesy compared to the rest of the film. However, Wonder Boys was ultimately enjoyable in part due to its likable cast, and well developed characters."
|80 T7||Incendies (2010) - May 07, 2013
"The Acting, directing, and cinematography are all terrific. For me the film boiled down to a slow moving fictional docudrama. IMO the docudrama like feeling takes away some of the strong emotional investment the viewer is supposed to make. This could be helped in two ways. One would be to add more music. The Gregoire Hetzel piece could have definitely been used more. The second would be to shift some of the focus away from the plot to the characters, or to explore why said events happened. "
|70 T5||State and Main (2000) - May 06, 2013
"A great cast but still this movie is the epitome of OK. Nothing really grabbed me either good or bad."
|60 T3||The Maiden Heist (2009) - May 04, 2013|
|65 T4||Night Moves (1975) - May 03, 2013
"A weird mix of The Long Goodbye (though not nearly as witty or clever, and certainly lacking the character development) and say...the plot of a cop procedural (which is stretched way too thin). Hackman's performance is the clear highlight of the film, with everything else being mediocre at best. The movie just left me feeling that it could have been much better than it was."
|70 T5||Fight Club (1999) - Apr 28, 2013
"Brad Pitt isn't nearly as cool as the movie would like you to believe. But while Pitt's character was vital to the story, Carter's character was completely annoying, adding no value what so ever. The movie itself just tries too hard. If it would take away all of the bullshit and maybe approach it from a different angle then it would be a much better film. Still David Fincher is a great director worthy of the praise he garners. At least he used the film as a vehicle to further develop his style."
Philip Seymour Hoffman
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