Celluloid Junkie - 4779 Film Ratings
Member Since: Oct 15, 2008
Location: Laurel, DE, USA
Bio: I love MOVIES. After over 30 years of constant movie watching I pretty much know what I will like and what I won't. Life is to short to waste time watching movies you know ahead of time you will not like. I really love movies that try to show God's love for us.
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|100 94%||The Muppets (2011) - Dec 15, 2011
"Awesome fun filled movie. Muppets are forever relevent. Jim Henson would be happy with this."
|100 94%||The Avengers (2012) - May 21, 2012
""There is only one God, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that." (Captain America). The entertainment value of this movie can not be put into words. As of this writing it is already 5th all time Box Office and will without a doubt be at least number 2 before all is said and done. I would give this movie a 500 if they let me. This is why we go to the movies. Fun for the whole family."
|100 94%||The Book of Eli (2010) - May 04, 2011
"Actually shows the power of God in a Hollywood made movie. If I told what that was it would spoil the epic ending of this movie."
|100 94%||Courageous (2011) - Oct 08, 2011
"Great movie. Kendrick gets better at acting and directing with every film. But the point is the message and this one is loud and clear."
|100 94%||The Encounter (2010) - Aug 13, 2011
"One of the most well made christian movies I have ever seen. It makes you ask the question, what would you do? Truthfully what will you do?"
|100 94%||Fireproof (2008) - Oct 15, 2008
"This movie was inspiring. I have only seen one other movie in my entire life that has affected me like this one did. Never was marriage shown on the big screen in a better way. Never leave you partner behind."
|100 94%||The Passion of the Christ (2004) - Oct 15, 2008
"It is amazing to visualize what Jesus went through for us! If you actually saw this, just remember he did that for you."
|100 94%||The Birth of a Nation (1915) - May 05, 2011
"One great film (though not completely accurate). Propoganda, but not much difference then what Spike Lee and Micheal Moore are spewing today. At Least Griffith did it on an epic scale. Still holds up as a masterpiece after almost 100 years."