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Luna6ix

Celluloid Junkie - 3418 Rankings

Member Since: May 17, 2008

Location: Rochester, MN, USA

Age: 31

Gender: Male

Status: Single

Bio: i love movies, in fact i am on a quest to see all of the movies ever made, i do realize that's not possible, but at least i set the bar high. i was drawn even more to this site after i got my first star. i now write mini-reviews for every movie i watch, and am going through my back catalog to write them for every movie i've rated, i've got a long way to go. might i interest you in donating to the give me a star foundation?

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76 T6 Total Recall (2012) - Sep 01, 2012
"it's like the required reading for making this movie was the back panel of the book and the movie and they made all of the other stuff up, saying, "it's ok guys, we've got it." i can't say that i hated the movie, but i have a nagging feeling that they just passed it off as remake to avoid copyright infringment claims."
74 T5 Atlas Shrugged: Part I (2011) - Oct 10, 2012
"ayn rand is a hero for anyone looking to economic evidence that being a selfish, money grubbing pig is the answer to all of life's questions. i happen to disagree quite strongly, but found myself nonetheless intrigued at how it would play out. well, it didn't, that's why there's a "part I" at the end of the title. i'll have to wait for part II to see how people with backward, self-centered ideals save the world."
74 T5 Voices of a Distant Star (2003) - May 06, 2012
"so mankind builds a handful of giant robot space ships to be piloted by the best pilots on the planet, and of course they choose a teenage girl who spends her time--which is supposed to be saving the world--texting. figures."
82 T8 Tarzan and His Mate (1934) - Sep 08, 2012
"they say this one is the best tarzan movie with weissmuller and they're right, there are many factors involved: less stock footage, more action, better writing, and the persistent hope that maureen o'sullivan's loincloth will be blown with the perfect amount of wind at just the right angle."