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JooJoo

Criticker Zealot - 5684 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 20, 2007

Age: 33

Bio: I need to wander.

I need to wonder.
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95% Underworld U.S.A. (1961) - Jan 11, 2010
"Good old pulp-themed crime from Sam Fuller - it's been a while since I've gotten some of this. Never perfect, but always a joy."
95% Accattone (1961) - Dec 04, 2008
"Pasolini should really be known for more than Salo. In this, his first feature, he continues the neorealist aesthetic of his forebearers to some of its purest heights."
80% Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (1983) - Mar 17, 2012
"Positively brimming with homoerotic subtext in just about every scene. The epilogue comes off meaningless, but most of this works very well."
95% Cría cuervos (1976) - Jan 09, 2010
"A truly haunting inspection of a child dealing with loss. The political reading is unnecessary."
9% The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009) - Nov 13, 2009
"I knew this wasn't gonna be good but h-o-l-y shit. After a while, you just can't help but laugh at the avalanche of incompetence that formed this crater of meatball cinema."
80% The Eye of Vichy (1993) - Jun 01, 2010
"Works in accordance to your interest in this subject, as it presents the propaganda with as little interference as possible. Makes a great companion piece with The Sorrow and the Pity."
95% The Best Man (1964) - Feb 28, 2009
"Great piece of work that blends a satire feel with a true inspection of the political process. Very easy to ingest."
99% Scenes from a Marriage (1973) - Apr 26, 2008
"Becomes more universal upon repeated viewings. This is the human condition, this is life."
80% The Anniversary (1968) - Oct 03, 2013
"*bows before Bette Davis*"
95% The Secret of Roan Inish (1994) - Feb 10, 2009
"A simple tale of a girl getting in touch with her familial & cultural roots. It's rare that a setting is so perfectly realized. Sayles handles the Irish myths littered throughout with both an authenticity & imagination in a way I won't soon forget; feels like the [sane] precursor to Tideland. "