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BeeDub

Cinema Addict - 2116 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jul 4, 2015

Location: USA

Age: 38

Gender: Male

Bio: I love movies, just like you.
more Recent Ratings
92 83% Sabotage (1994) - Aug 19, 2019
"If you were a teenage boy in 1994, you remember this music video VERY well. Quite funny, but even more so if you've seen any '70s cop shows."
68 16% Alaska (1996) - Aug 19, 2019
"Scores a few points for the amazing scenery and Charlton Heston slumming it (in his own son's movie, no less!), but every other aspect of this movie is cheesy and stupid in that uniquely "'90s kids movie" way."
78 34% The Princess and the Goblin (1993) - Aug 16, 2019
85 59% Small Fry (2011) - Aug 16, 2019
85 59% The Legend of Mor'du (2012) - Aug 16, 2019
"More interesting than Brave's main storyline."
92 83% A Detective Story (2003) - Aug 16, 2019
"Holy hell this looks cool. The story is just fine, but the real star is the gorgeous charcoal/film noir animation. What I wouldn't give to have an entire movie made this way."
85 59% Making 'The Matrix' (1999) - Aug 16, 2019
"Once upon a bullet-time..."
78 34% Ima, soko ni iru boku (1999) - Aug 16, 2019
"Hoo boy. This show focuses almost exclusively on war and its traumatizing effects on children, making it unrelentingly grim in a way few works of fiction dare to be. Unsurprisingly, it's far from a pleasant watch, but with its vague internal sci-fi logic and glossed-over character motivations, it's often a confusing and frustrating one as well."
78 34% Undercover Brother (2002) - Aug 16, 2019
"White people and black people are different, you see."
75 27% Daylight (1996) - Aug 13, 2019
"Stallone tries to save a bunch of irritating, ungrateful douchebags from an underwater tunnel or some such thing. Pretty stupid, but watchable."