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Lonewolf2003

Criticker Zealot - 5144 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 3, 2014

Location: Den Haag, Netherlands

more Recent Ratings
70 38% Flavors Of Youth (2018) - Jul 20, 2019
70 38% The Wonders (2014) - Jul 19, 2019
30 1% Going Places (1974) - Jul 19, 2019
"It's well directed and acted, it has a nice playfulness and is funny at times. But playing sexual assaults for laughs and fun male fantasies, doesn't stand the test of time well."
58 12% Joy (2010) - Jul 18, 2019
"Like a poor copy of a Dardenne movie. "
75 56% Quality Time (2017) - Jul 18, 2019
"This movie consist of five small stories of 30something old men struggling with life. Sounds familiar. But for originality in execution this gets a 100. It's very absurd. It doesn't emotionally come together as good as hoped in the end, but I did laugh my ass off at times."
75 56% 170 Hz (2011) - Jul 18, 2019
"This movie about two deaf teens running away together is pretty standard in plot, but debuting director Joost van Ginkel succeeds very well in conveying their state of mind with some strong directing. Unfortunate the male lead, Michael Muller, isn't as strong as the female, Gaite Jansen."
62 20% Dark Blue (2003) - Jul 18, 2019
75 56% The Lacemaker (1977) - Jul 18, 2019
55 11% J.D.'s Revenge (1976) - Jul 16, 2019
68 29% Flesh & Blood (1985) - Jul 15, 2019
"- Enjoyable historic action-adventure movie, which in its day got a reputation for its more realistic depiction of violence in the Dark Ages than the usual romantic swashbuckling adventures. But nowadays the movie is most interesting as an transitional piece in Verhoeven's career. This being a Dutch-US-Spain co-production, it's a precursor for his move from the Netherlands to the US. Of course Verhoeven wouldn't be Verhoeven, if there wasn't a subversive message in this."