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Lonewolf2003

Criticker Zealot - 5860 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 3, 2014

Location: Den Haag, Netherlands

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55 11% The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) - Nov 25, 2020
"Has its moments. Cavill and Hammer do a sufficient enough job. But its Vikander who rises up everyone else. It does capture the style of a 60s spy movie very well. Like so many Ritchie movies the plot relies too much on twists and turns "
30 1% Pets United (2019) - Nov 25, 2020
"I expected some funny cute animated animals. I got cringeworthy unfunny uninspired unoriginal run of the mill trite. The animation is very second-rate."
58 13% Twist of Fate (1954) - Nov 25, 2020
"Ginger Rogers feels miscast. For a long time it's more romantic melodrama than noir. Which plods on too slow. Luckily it pick ups in the last 30 min when a decent mix-up of identities and misunderstandings gives it momentum, suspense and some emotions. Herbert Lom shines as a cowardly weasel. Stanley Baker is underused."
72 50% Early Man (2018) - Nov 25, 2020
"Funny and sweet. "
78 67% On Dangerous Ground (1951) - Nov 25, 2020
48 6% Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) - Nov 25, 2020
"This movie feel trapped between trying to make fun of the Eurovision Song Festival, while also being a sincere lovely homage to it. Making it work as neither. The humor falls flat cause it doesn't go all out in ridiculing it, while the positivism is undermined by the parody. At times it feels like WF was trying to make a different kind of movie than the rest. Trying to poke fun at everything while the rest wasn't. It's annoying how much WF thinks WF is funny. It's also too long."
62 21% Red 2 (2013) - Nov 23, 2020
80 78% Panic in the Streets (1950) - Nov 22, 2020
"The acting overal is very solid, Widmark is very restraint and Palance just naturally very menacing. The directing by Kazan is fabulous, with great use of depth in staging his shots. The good use of location give it a very realistic feeling. "