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wetwillies

Cinema Addict - 2344 Rankings

Member Since: Aug 20, 2009

Location: Milford, CT, USA

more Recent Rankings
70 T2 The Woman on the Beach (1947) - Feb 17, 2017
"Viewed February 16, 2017. "
90 T8 The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (1944) - Feb 17, 2017
"Viewed February 16, 2017. Immediately ranks among my favorite screwball comedies. I think the magic comes from never being quite sure where it's going to end up. Consequently, the ending is a total knockout (so surprising that they get Hitler himself to comment on it), providing the perfect ribbon to a wonderfully constructed film."
85 T6 Guys and Dolls (1955) - Feb 12, 2017
"Viewed February 11, 2017. "
80 T4 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) - Feb 11, 2017
"Viewed February 10, 2017."
80 T4 I Am Not Your Negro (2016) - Feb 11, 2017
"Viewed February 10, 2017."
50 T1 The Doors (1991) - Feb 09, 2017
"The movie feels like an SNL sketch, and I don't think it could be any other way. There's maybe a better film in here, behind the posturing and the emptiness, but posturing and emptiness are what made Jim Morrison a star, and if you're not willing to challenge him on his emptiness, then you're going to look a bit undercooked. Ride the snake to the lake, baby."
70 T2 Tower (2016) - Feb 07, 2017
85 T6 The Salesman (2016) - Feb 05, 2017
85 T6 The Last Waltz (1978) - Feb 02, 2017
"Viewed February 1, 2017. great, as both a piece of filmmaking (So many wonderfully constructed, detailed long takes) and as a cultural artifact. Neil Young's cocaine usage did not disappoint, nor did anyone else's. I'm not sure how much excitement the film would have if you're someone who, say, could resist the urge to sing along with Joni Mitchell during "Coyote." I certainly couldn't, so I loved this movie. A film about prisoners of the white lines on the freeway."