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Darren

Celluloid Junkie - 3150 Film Ratings

Member Since: Nov 6, 2010

Location: Canada

Bio: The real cinephiles are on criticker
more Recent Ratings
60 33% Sleepless in Seattle (1993) - Mar 29, 2020
"Hanks calls into a radio station and thousands of ladies throw themselves at him. I make nightly calls to coast to coast with Art Bell and I’m labelled crazy. Go Mariners "
62 35% Hostel: Part II (2007) - Mar 29, 2020
"Explains things too much at points but it’s a bizarre ride. Gone is the comment on American exceptionalism and their place in the world and it’s been replaced with a bleak look at if you don’t have money you’re fucked. I’m unsure if I like the obvious trope flip on who lives and dies but eh I’m not bored or disgusted with Roth yet."
67 43% Rage (1966) - Mar 29, 2020
"Literally what the fuck was going on in this movie!"
79 69% The Big Knife (1955) - Mar 29, 2020
"I’m starting to think that Aldrich didn’t like the studio system very much. Palance’s performance is raw and beautiful "
83 76% Cremator (1969) - Mar 29, 2020
"Obvious influence of Von Trier’s House That Jack Built"
76 64% Scenes from a Marriage (1973) - Mar 29, 2020
"For the whole thing to work I think you’d need the lead male character to have any semblance of redeeming characteristics (unless the whole thing is an exercise in what women have to put up with within a marriage but I’d reckon that’s not it and that you’re supposed to empathize with his nonsense). There’s still a couple really touching scenes because of Liv Ullman and her mastery. Good camera work"
75 62% A Page of Madness (1926) - Mar 29, 2020
"Unsure if I enjoyed it but it’s unlike most flicks you’ll ever see. Maybe just a crumb of narration "
74 60% The Sergeant (1968) - Mar 29, 2020
"Weirdly under seen given the subject matter and those involved "
50 24% Pierre of the Plains (1942) - Mar 29, 2020
55 27% An Eastern Westerner (1920) - Mar 29, 2020