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Cinema Addict - 2179 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jul 4, 2015

Location: USA

Age: 39

Gender: Male

Bio: I love movies, just like you.
more Recent Ratings
82 44% Highlander (1992) - Dec 12, 2019
"Ever wonder how many ways a show can manage to *not* show decapitations? A slick, stylish, dumb-as-rocks guilty pleasure."
65 11% Holiday in Handcuffs (2007) - Dec 12, 2019
92 83% The Tenant (1976) - Dec 08, 2019
"Not a horror movie in the traditional sense, and with a fragmented, ambiguous sense of logic, this film works best as a fable of xenophobia played out in the microcosm of a Paris apartment complex. That final twist though..."
100 97% How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) - Dec 05, 2019
"A perfect holiday special."
82 44% Halloween Is Grinch Night (1977) - Dec 05, 2019
"Gets by on its pure, uncut Seussian weirdness. You could fit the story in a thimble, but the visuals are unforgettable. "
75 27% The Grinch (2018) - Dec 05, 2019
"Makes no good argument for its existence. Go watch the original cartoon again instead."
82 44% Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2003) - Nov 27, 2019
"Probably the only daytime talk show that I might - MIGHT! - not immediately channel surf past."
78 35% Damn Yankees! (1958) - Nov 27, 2019
"So-so adaptation of a so-so musical. Whatever."
82 44% X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) - Nov 27, 2019
"A definite disappointment after the amazing Days of Future Past, but still watchable. It's funny how no effort has been made to make the characters look older than they did 20-odd years prior in First Class. Mutant botox?"
85 60% Pit and the Pendulum (1961) - Nov 27, 2019
"The plot ends up borrowing more from Diabolique than from Poe's original short story (not necessarily a bad thing, but the actual "pit and pendulum" part almost feel like an afterthought). John Kerr makes for a stiff and unnatural lead, but it is of course the legendary Vincent Price who ultimately steps up and saves the day. Could have used more Barbara Steele (but when is there ever enough?)."