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Suture Self

Celluloid Junkie - 2566 Film Ratings

Member Since: Mar 9, 2007

Bio: I'm actively bullshitting my way through adulthood and I bet you are too.
more Recent Ratings
55% Sorry to Bother You (2018) - Jul 26, 2018
44% Isle of Dogs (2018) - Apr 19, 2018
68% Annihilation (2018) - Feb 28, 2018
81% The Shape of Water (2017) - Dec 21, 2017
91% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) - Nov 29, 2017
55% Lady Bird (2017) - Nov 24, 2017
"Kinda corny, lots of caricatures, some cringy one-liners masquerading as accurate observations about life, typical coming-of-age blah blah blah blah. Yet, some moments sneak up on you in a way you might not expect, and parts of this will surely resonate with anyone who has a love-hate relationship with their home town. "
36% Murder on the Orient Express (2017) - Nov 10, 2017
"It's like The Polar Express for 75 year old Agatha Christie fans."
25% The Golden Compass (2007) - Nov 04, 2017
"The Golden Compass has charm but that charm is quickly devoured by a breakneck mishmash of a plot that lacked a coherent message and left at least three hundred questions unresolved. Dust? DUST? WHAT? "
91% A Monster Calls (2016) - Nov 02, 2017
"Well fuck me, that was lovely. There are those that will refuse to consider this great cinema -- aka nerds -- but that monster's tree branches pierced through my skin and wrapped around my heart and ripped it right out. Yes, I'm being melodramatic. Yes, the movie is melodramatic. So what. The presence of the monster, both internal and external, is a good and strong analogy. It's hard to deal with loss without some kind of monster awakening as a result. The monster is destructive. But it heals."