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Lonewolf2003

Criticker Zealot - 5426 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 3, 2014

Location: Den Haag, Netherlands

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80 76% The Stranger (1991) - Feb 16, 2020
"Ray's last movie is humanist reflection on what "identity" and "civilization" is, but a bit too talkative to be up there with his best."
75 57% The Collector (1965) - Feb 15, 2020
"Terence Stamp and Samantha Eggar are very strong "
70 38% Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) - Feb 15, 2020
72 48% Carnal Knowledge (1971) - Feb 15, 2020
"Nicholson is fabulous as a misogynistic ass. With his action being "explained" in the first part with him and a surprisingly solid Art Garfunkel as college-friends dating the same woman, which was the best part of the movie imho. "
75 57% Pillow Talk (1959) - Feb 15, 2020
"Dated but nevertheless still enjoyable."
82 86% The China Syndrome (1979) - Feb 14, 2020
"Very good 70s thriller about the power of capitalism in both the energy as the tv-news sector. While having also a subtheme about working as a (beautiful) woman in a male dominated business. Lemmon is great as always"
65 24% The Spoilers (1942) - Feb 14, 2020
"A Western starring Wayne, Dietrich and Sott! The production design is also great, the town really looks like a dirty backwater Alaskian goldmining town. Unforntunate the movie doesn't live up to its stellar cast. Because it plays what could be an intriguing Wester too much for comedy and romance. Highlight is a very long fistfight between Wayne and Scott."
68 29% Marriage Italian-Style (1964) - Feb 14, 2020
"The second half with Loren plotting to ensure the safety of her future trough marriage with Mastroianni is better than the first about their first meeting and history till then. Loren and Mastroianni both are great. It always surprises me easily Loren can switch convincingly between different female character types. Mastroianni is very convincing as sleazy masochist Italian male"
62 20% Runaway Train (1985) - Feb 12, 2020
75 57% The Nun (1966) - Feb 12, 2020