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Cinema Addict - 1934 Film Ratings

Member Since: Nov 25, 2016

Location: UK

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20 8% Old (2021) - Jul 23, 2021
"Am I supposed to take this seriously? The performances are usually either weird or terrible, and it has some of the worst dialogue and line delivery I’ve ever heard. None of the Aging makes sense and it ends up unintentionally funny. There’s no good reason to care about any character here. The camerawork is terrible in places where the shots are out of focus and many faces and objects are poorly positioned, plus M. Night kept doing long spinning camera shots over and over again. Just awful."
60 48% Monsters at Work (2021) - Jul 23, 2021
65 57% It Happened One Night (1934) - Jul 22, 2021
35 17% Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987) - Jul 22, 2021
"Oh Man this movie sucked. Oh God the story was poor. Oh Man is that Ryan’O Neal from Barry Lyndon? Oh God that one scene everyone memes to death. Oh Man that Blue Velvet chick. Oh God kind of funny bad. Oh Man what were they thinking?"
50 33% Bugsy Malone (1976) - Jul 21, 2021
30 13% Ishtar (1987) - Jul 20, 2021
55 41% The Croods: A New Age (2020) - Jul 19, 2021
55 41% The Croods (2013) - Jul 19, 2021
30 13% Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (2021) - Jul 18, 2021
"Basically more of the same. More idiots, more puzzles. These Escape Room movies seem to be heading towards the Saw approach on making these sequels. They can be a bit creative on setting up rooms and hazards, but characters remain stupid and don’t think logically for most of it. Despite being bad, it’s still entertaining and the running time zips by quickly. If you’ve seen the first one you know what you’re getting into, except less plot this time."
100 98% Strangers on a Train (1951) - Jul 18, 2021
"A suspenseful thriller that focuses mostly on one fantastic psychopathic performance from Robert Walker stalking a man he met on a train to keep to his side of the bargain on committing murder. The film stays engaging and is excellently shot, acted, and scored. There’s a perfect balance of learning about the characters and their motivations. You don’t exactly know how things will play out and many decisions/consequences are questioned. By the finale I was on the edge of my seat. Incredible."