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IamTyphoon

Film Freak - 632 Film Ratings

Member Since: Mar 28, 2020

Location: UK

Bio: Most of my ratings were imported from IMDB, resulting in a lot of flat ratings such as 60, 70, 80 etc, which in turn explains my dodgy and somewhat inaccurate percentiles

Tri-Weekly Top 3:

Ad Astra (2019)
Snake Eyes (1998)
California Split (1974)
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80 59% Carlito's Way (1993) - Apr 17, 2021
77 43% Christine (1983) - Apr 15, 2021
84 74% The Shop Around the Corner (1940) - Apr 15, 2021
"James Stewart is as charming as ever in this warm and funny drama. The characters are very well written, the jokes are funny and I love the setting. The way the shop and its employees are crafted really makes you feel like you work there and are part of the 'Matuschek' family. I love the way the snow looks in this, the way it falls in front of the camera is glorious. This film is like a warm blanket you wrap around yourself in the winter."
75 35% The Gentlemen (2020) - Apr 14, 2021
"I would like a whole film about Colin Farrell and 'The Toddlers'."
76 39% Knowing (2009) - Apr 13, 2021
"As ridiculous and over the top this is, I actually quite like it. I thought that the overexposed lighting and cinematography was nice, the concept surprisingly gripping and the Plane Crash and Train Derailing sequences were absolutely horrifying. Shame about the weak ending and almost shoehorned in religious crap. But, I on the whole, quite enjoyable."
86 79% Raging Bull (1980) - Apr 12, 2021
58 4% Where Eagles Dare (1968) - Apr 09, 2021
"Surprisingly dull."
78 46% Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) - Apr 09, 2021
76 39% Into the Inferno (2016) - Apr 08, 2021
"Still an enjoyable and wonderfully interesting documentary, but not one of my favourites from Herzog. As much as I love his tangents, the ones in this just go on a bit too long and leaves this film feeling messy and unfocused. I also don't think Oppenheimer is enough of a personality to "lead" a documentary. This film contains some of the most striking images I have ever seen put to screen and those last 25 minutes are absolutely crazy (I now worship John Frum)"
75 35% Forbidden Planet (1956) - Apr 06, 2021
"Brilliant set design and amazing music. Introduces some very neat philosophical and sociological themes and ideas: Nature vs Nurture, Natives vs Settlers, the Subconscious and Unconscious, but unfortunately these ideas are then explained to us as if we cannot be trusted to think about them ourselves. The acting is also quite wooden and the pacing is sluggish but, this is actually quite decent, has some great music and set pieces, and even though they are explained, the ideas and themes are neat."