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Harmonica

Film Freak - 711 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 25, 2006

Location: South East, UK

Age: 119

Bio: Neophyte creative person. It's exciting and a bit daunting. Honestly, I don't know how it happened but I'm going with it!
I'm passionate about all art and collaborating on different kinds of projects.

70 = average and my tiers are weird.
by luck or better judgement apparently I don't watch bad movies (or I have somehow become the least cynical person on the planet). Criticker decided to segregate everything below the best into lower tiers, but I'd still recommend everything above 70, more or less. Oh well!

tiers:
95 - Masterpiece, 90 - Brilliant, 80 - Very Good, 70 - Good, 60 - Mediocre, 40 - Poor, 30 - Bad, 20 - Very Bad, 2 - Abysmal, 0 - Spawn
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100 99% (1963) - Aug 14, 2007
"The ultimate filmmakers film. An entrancing masterpiece from start to finish; it is often complex and confusing, challenging the viewer to disentangle the various narratives - those of reality and fantasy - before any meaning can be translated and understood. Whilst it is almost thoroughly autobiographical, 8½ is perhaps best read as a film about filmmaking - an ascerbic metafiction that confronts some of the absurdities which Fellini himself often observed, and challenges how films are viewed."
10 1% Psycho (1998) - Aug 14, 2007
"100/10. As an experimental art project the idea is fantastic - Gus Van Sant produced a competent reproduction of the classic Hitchcock original, which asserts once and for all that there is an intangible 'other' quality present in the classics that is simply unobtainable, even with a shot for shot remake. ...of course, as a direct result this film is absolutely dire with entirely no merit on its own terms, but should probably still be seen by everyone. Hack Hollywood producers take note!"