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Celluloid Junkie - 2646 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 23, 2007

Location: Minnesota, USA

Age: 31

Gender: Male

Bio: I'm not sure what they mean--the pictures that is--or why they're in the movie except that they look cool and they feel right. You know?
more Recent Ratings
50 39% Soaked in Bleach (2015) - Nov 23, 2020
60 61% Dark Waters (2019) - Nov 22, 2020
""We protect us." You protect yourself, your family, and possibly your local community. Anything above that degenerates into a satanic 'vampire squid relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money' (Taibbi.) Why can't we "cure cancer?" Because prevention is the cure--and the convenience of waterproof hiking boots is too great to resist. The movie is good, but standard. You might be better off just reading the article that it's based on."
50 39% Harriet (2019) - Nov 15, 2020
65 69% Working Girl (1988) - Nov 15, 2020
"This movie is regressive because she wants to have equal opportunity to be productive rather than to dye her hair blue and destroy society."
40 22% Blue Crush (2002) - Nov 15, 2020
50 39% Open Water (2003) - Nov 15, 2020
80 91% The Devil We Know (2018) - Nov 13, 2020
55 50% Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich (2020) - Jun 11, 2020
"Not bad, but I don't understand how you can tell this story for 4 hours and not mention the intelligence services once. Not unless the media is protecting them, or controlled by them. Why was Acosta told Epstein 'belonged to intelligence' and to leave him alone? Did Epstein solely rely on the on his financial wealth to protect himself? Or did he rely on the currency of the underworld? That of sexual blackmail? Was Epstein a rogue operator, or merely a particularly brazen one?"
60 61% The Last Dance (2020) - May 19, 2020
70 78% Square One (2019) - May 03, 2020
"Hollywood doth protest too much, methinks. "