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Celluloid Junkie - 4999 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jul 17, 2006

Location: Singapore

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76% His Dark Materials (2019) - Sep 17, 2020
90% Shameless (2004) - Sep 17, 2020
54% The Last of Sheila (1973) - Sep 17, 2020
"Slow to start and ultimately somewhat predictable, this is kept fresh and pleasant by sly dialogue, splendid playing (Mason, Coburn, Hackett and Benjamin are all great) and some ingenious turns along the way. "
32% Wadjda (2012) - Sep 13, 2020
"It’s encouraging that a film like this could me made by a female filmmaker, in Saudi but, truth be told, it’s pretty generic, and derivative of various other mostly Iranian films on a similar topic. There is some charm, and the ending hits home, "
54% Theatre of Blood (1973) - Sep 12, 2020
"Price is clearly having a blast, hanging it to the rafters as the Shakespearean actor bumping off Aging British notables in ingenious ways rooted in Shakespeare’s plays. I watched this in tribute to Diana Rigg - this was her favourite of her films and she has a good role as Price’s devoted daughter. Some of the death scenes are quite disturbing, leavened somewhat by a sense of humour. Not one of my favourite Price films but certainly one of his signature performances. "
6% Afterschool (2008) - Sep 11, 2020
76% Mother Love (1989) - Sep 10, 2020
54% Tom at the Farm (2014) - Sep 09, 2020
"Something of an oddity for Dolan. He’s quietly charismatic with wild hair in a strange psychological thriller. Not entirely successful but enjoyable and a little creepy, buoyed by a great Gabriel yawed score, "
54% Land of Mine (2015) - Sep 08, 2020
32% Croupier (1998) - Sep 04, 2020
"Along with Clive Owen’s smooth performance, the casino scenes are the highlight. The neo-noirish plot never fully engaged me, and the final twist was one too many. "