Movie Buff - 197 Film Ratings
Member Since: Dec 20, 2019
|0 1%||Samurai Cop (1991) - Jan 16, 2020
" Samurai Cop is one such movie where everything is wrong. Everything. Both in front and behind the camera. It's so lousy that I'm tormented by how incompetent the movie is. I have recorded amateur films of higher quality than this. Samurai Cop is a sad product of a man who thinks he knows how to make a movie, but who really has no fucking idea."
|4 55%||Demolition Man (1993) - Jan 16, 2020
"In a time when every sci-fi movie wants to look like Blade Runner , Demolition Man comes with a vision of the future that is the exact opposite. It is excessively cheerful and bright. I. Love. It. Smart satire and extremely entertaining action movie. Fun in 1993 and even more fun today. Stallone, Snipes och Bullock are a pleasure to see in the movie. Thumb up!"
|3 25%||Event Horizon (1997) - Jan 16, 2020
"The premise of the film is a top rating. A ship disappears without any trace and then returns many years later .... from hell! This is a fantastic starting point and at first the director does a good job of building atmosphere. The actors perform well in front of the camera, especially Sam Neill. Unfortunately, the film loses control towards its end and become more B-action than horror film."
|4 55%||Escape from Alcatraz (1979) - Jan 16, 2020
"The last collaboration between Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel and their final film together is also one of their best. A perfect prison movie that takes its time and builds up the mood and the coming escapes. Realistic, tough and slow. A parent to The Shawshank Redemption ."
|2 10%||The Way of the Dragon (1972) - Jan 16, 2020
"I was not prepared for the film to contain so much humor and unfortunately the film's comedy is embarrassing to see. Bruce Lee does better in front of the camera than behind. However, the finale between Bruce and Norris is classic and the film as a whole is strange, but entertaining."
|4 55%||Enter the Dragon (1973) - Jan 16, 2020
"Classic martial arts movie with a wonderful feeling that only the 70s could create The martial arts scenes still holds and Bruce Lee entertains with his sounds as he kicks evil men to the right and left. Enter the Dragon defines coolness."
|0 1%||Movie 43 (2013) - Jan 15, 2020
" I don't know what's worst: Horror that fails to scare or comedy that fails to be funny. One thing I know I know for sure: If the Devil could produce comedy, he would produce Movie 43 . A sad waste of money that could have gone to better things, eg schools in Africa or donation to cure various diseases. Fuck this move. Fuck it to death.... "
|3 25%||Geronimo: An American Legend (1993) - Jan 15, 2020
"To be a movie about Geronimo, there is a little Geronimo in the movie. This is more about the men who chased the Indian warrior and I think Walter Hill has manages in directing a brutal and stable western. This is a worth seeing history lesson that highlights the cruelty of the white man to the native population."
|4 55%||Enemy of the State (1998) - Jan 15, 2020
"Still current topic. A smart and exciting thriller that plays on people's fear of Big Brother. Gene Hackman fits his character perfectly (guess his participation is a nod to the movie The Conversation) and Will Smith plays a slightly more serious role, compared to previous characters he has played. Filled with excitement, high tempo and straight through wonderful entertainment of high class."
|6 94%||Eastern Promises (2007) - Jan 15, 2020
"I love the realism of the film that takes me away from special effects and shallow blockbusters and into human nature. Mortenssen and Cassel have never been this good and the film's story capture me directly. Dirty, raw, brutal, but at the same time human mafia film. One of the best of its kind. "