Cinema Addict - 1589 Film Ratings
Member Since: Jun 20, 2011
Bio: Hi. I like to watch movies and TV series. It's what I do most in my spare time. Criticker is the perfect way to keep track on all the movies I have seen and rank them as I go. Therefore I have been at it for a couple of years now and I love it. I hope to keep doing this for a long time.
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|53 49%||The Only Living Boy in New York (2017) - Nov 16, 2017
"The Only Living Boy In New York felt average. Which is more then what I expected. I liked the character development of Turner. I am glad though that Brosnan has a smaller role in the movie, that was a wise decision. 53/100."
|64 78%||The Mummy (2017) - Nov 16, 2017
"I don't understand the bad comments. I really enjoyed it. I thought the acting was fine, even from Cruise. The story is good, leaving room for a sequel. Not to mention the bad-ass performace of Boutella. Who in my opinion carried the movie throughout. 64/100."
|49 36%||First Kill (2017) - Nov 16, 2017
"I thought it was pretty decent. It's predictable, yes. But I appreciated the human angle of the "bad guys". Not that there is an excuse for commiting a crime, but we often ignore the story before it and the humanity in it. So First Kill to me is not too bad. 49/100."
|39 14%||War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"I found myself bored to death watching War For The Planet Of The Apes. I can't really put my finger on it, but there's just no interaction at all with the viewer I believe. Maybe it's because the focus is solely on animated characters, which I thought could have been done better? Who's to say. 39/100."
|40 17%||Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"It's such a shame, when movies are added to a franchise with the sole purpose to make a few bucks. This year I believe the latest installments of Resident Evil, Pirates Of The Caribbean and Transformers are the worst so far. There is very little to none left of the wonder of the first (few) movie(s) here. It just looks cool. 40/100."
|40 17%||Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"I always managed to appreciate the Resident Evil franchise. But The Final Chapter really ought to be the final chapter. As with so many movies of a franchise I feel this one was made just for the money, with as little of investment in a decent story as possible. Somehow I feel the boredome of Jovovich as well, which didn't help. 40/100. "
|40 17%||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"I can't say I liked this one. It feels very forced and as far as I'm concerned Dead Men Tell No Tales was only made for the money. So there's a lot of action, some talk and a lot of unbelievable things happening in it. And they all lead to nothing. 40/100. "
|39 14%||Atomic Blonde (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"I have to admit that Atomic Blonde sticks to a theme wholeheartedly. And I can't even say it does so badly. But for some reasom it's just off. It's like it's trying too hard to make you think it's the '80s, when you know it's not. And that's the point of the whole film; it just too much. 39/100."
|24 3%||Beatriz at Dinner (2017) - Nov 09, 2017
"No. There is no rhyme of reason to Beatriz At Dinner. And I actually thought Hayek's performance was flat. Very one-sided. Eventhough there is more than enough time to go in-depth with the characters, it just doesn't happen. Which makes it very difficult to understand the development of the movie. 24/100. "
|56 56%||Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) - Oct 28, 2017
"The characters all seem to fit in Spider-Man Homecoming. The story was less, and you can see the struggle Marvel makes to make sure all their superhero movies connect. The more there are made the more difficult it gets. But for now it'll do. I liked this one, eventhough it is a little 'younger' than I thought. 56/100."