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Lonewolf2003

Celluloid Junkie - 4762 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 3, 2014

Location: Den Haag, Netherlands

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82 84% Don't Bother to Knock (1952) - Nov 17, 2018
80 75% The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) - Nov 17, 2018
80 75% The Promised Land (1975) - Nov 17, 2018
65 24% Near Dark (1987) - Nov 16, 2018
"Starts out promising as a low-key horror-drama about a young guy just turned vampire, but fails to do anything really interesting with its premises. "
72 47% Scarred Hearts (2016) - Nov 16, 2018
72 47% Western (2017) - Nov 14, 2018
68 29% Behemoth (2015) - Nov 14, 2018
"Quote from the AV-club, cause it summarizes my feelings about this movie so well: "The problem with Behemoth is paradoxical: as a documentarian, Zhao is a poet, but as a poet, he’s an amateur. He draws scattered pieces of narration about ghosts and ascension and staged symbolic sequences involving mirrors and nude figures into the movie, which come across as unnecessary and pretentious. More importantly, they break the spell of the real poetry that comes from filming and showing.""
78 64% Dark Passage (1947) - Nov 14, 2018
"The first part shot from the protagonist POV worked remarkably well. And while the directing and acting keeps being on par after that, the story starts to drag a bit. "
75 55% I Am Not Madame Bovary (2016) - Nov 13, 2018
75 55% The Yakuza Papers 4: Police Tactics (1974) - Nov 12, 2018
"As the title suggest the police (finally) becomes a force to reckon with also in this entry in the series. Cracking down on the yakuza after public pressure because of all the violence. What makes this one slightly differ from the previous entries, is that after all the scheming before in this one it's all out war, which make this one more action packed. But mostly it's more of the same. If you liked the previous installments you most likely will like this one as well."