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Darren

Celluloid Junkie - 2673 Film Ratings

Member Since: Nov 6, 2010

Location: Canada

Age: 26

Gender: Male

Bio: NDN living in so called Canada.
more Recent Ratings
74 60% Movie Crazy (1932) - Jan 15, 2019
"Probably the funniest Lloyd to me. Sure, it’s the same gags over and over but that’s part of the charm. He’s not Keaton or Chaplin get over it people. "
70 53% Speedy (1928) - Jan 15, 2019
"More of a time piece than a movie to me. A couple decent gags here or there. Loved the Coney Island scenes. Also babe Ruth!"
65 42% Kiss Me, Stupid (1964) - Jan 15, 2019
"Lacks the pace and wit of other wilder movies but damn this just oozes sleeze. Weird performances, weird movie."
20 6% Return to Macon County (1975) - Jan 15, 2019
"The last like 20 minutes salvage this thing. This film is clearly a victim of the original Macon County’s success. The other one flawlessly tapped into the culture of the time and this one just reeks of IM STILL COOL KIDS. Nolte is okay. I get a lot of people probably got their first touch of titty during this but it don’t make it good."
83 74% Macon County Line (1974) - Jan 15, 2019
"Sets the tone for what’s basically the best type of horror flicks to come. Along with TCSM brings the rural gothic to the big screen. Lacks the full aesthetic punch of TCSM but it has its own charm and a certain darkness of its own."
10 3% Home Base (2002) - Jan 15, 2019
"I liked when he fucked the mailbox other than that a pretty excruciating 10 minutes"
70 53% Moment of Truth: Stalking Back (1993) - Jan 15, 2019
"His whole life is umpiring junior softball"
70 53% The Golden Coach (1953) - Jan 11, 2019
35 15% Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) - Jan 09, 2019
"It’s a movie where any edge has been throughly dulled. From the story to the direction. It definitely feels like a film where too many hands were involved. There’s an obvious reason for this because of Singer being a shitbag but yeah. I like Malek tho and the scene with the cross fades set to another one bites the dust. Like VH1’s Def Leppard made for TV movie but with better production."
78 66% Madam Satan (1930) - Jan 09, 2019
"screwball comedy in the first hour a disaster romance flick the next. With some decent musical numbers tossed in. Some alluring performances especially from Lillian Roth and Reginald Denny. Kay Johnson holds her own. There’s some social critique about the extravagant nature of the 20’s but maybe it’s not purposeful? “Who wants to go to hell with Madame Satan” "