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Cinema Addict - 1191 Film Ratings

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55 60% Dunkirk (2017) - Aug 21, 2021
"The theme of the film is: This was a well executed evacuation, despite difficulties, and watching it in hindsight is pretty exciting. That's not really a theme, but it's not really a film with a theme, and it's not really a documentary, it's really just a terrible action film stripped of its terrible plot. I like that, in principle, except that I would rather see The Thin Red Line, so... I don't know how to feel about this."
80 97% Arrested Development (2003) - Aug 21, 2021
65 81% Eighth Grade (2018) - Aug 21, 2021
32 22% Instant Family (2018) - Aug 21, 2021
15 7% Knives Out (2019) - Aug 21, 2021
38 34% Juliet, Naked (2018) - Aug 21, 2021
37 31% Tumbledown (2016) - Aug 21, 2021
"A consistently surprising and interesting film gets swallowed by a completely out of character predictable and uninteresting conclusion. Bizarre."
24 13% Bulworth (1998) - Aug 21, 2021
"Fascinating companion piece to Sorry to Bother You, which is essentially the better opposite: A successful, rich, white actor makes a film about a successful, rich, white politician coming to save America by completely co-opting black culture, which he has no understanding of, and individual black characters' ideas, which he has no understanding of, overnight - and apparently the results don't matter to the film. Funny in parts, and so, so terrible in other ways. Strange."
81 97% Sorry to Bother You (2018) - Aug 21, 2021
"Fascinating: A morality play where the moral leaders are blatantly hypocritical, the greatest villain is amorality and apathy, and the hero's triumph is... humble service to a moral cause? The last third of the film may stray from reality, but it makes sense within the film, and it actually only enhances the moral core of the film in ways that realism would not: Even in the face of larger moral peril, humble service to a moral cause is still the only option. Sadly, this is the case."