Cinema Addict - 1524 Film Ratings
Member Since: Feb 9, 2011
Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
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|80 76%||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) - Jul 18, 2011
"A very good and fitting ending to the series, very satisfying overall, I would absolutely watch it again and again (despite some small differences in the book and film, which are not so bothersome, really) . The only thing that really spoilt it for me was the last scene. Why did it even exist???"
|55 31%||Confessions of an American Bride (2005) - May 15, 2011
"Average romantic comedy for TV, suitable to pass a pleasant evening staying in. I wouldn't watch it a second time, though, as I spent two hours waiting for a plot twist which never happened."
|15 2%||Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) - Sep 18, 2011
"The first Bollywood movie I ever tried to watch. After this, I'll never try again..."
|85 86%||Alaloum (1982) - Jul 24, 2011
|65 46%||Mi fevgeis... (2004) - Aug 13, 2011
"Very realistic movie overall, but I feel that only Greek students will be able to identify themselves with the characters and their problems."
|80 76%||Vaniglia e cioccolato (2004) - May 30, 2011
"Very strong script, amazing scenery. A very emotional movie, without being too much of a melodrama or sappy."
|95 97%||O Klearhos, i Marina kai o kontos (1961) - Apr 24, 2011
"One of the best Greek comedies of the era. And what else could it be with Tsiforos as the writer and director and a select choice of actors!"
|70 56%||Girls in the sun (1969) - Jul 02, 2011
|75 66%||Mansfield Park (1999) - Feb 09, 2011
"I gave it a 75/100 only comparing it to the terrible 2007 version with Billy Piper. At least, this version was quite more likeable, with vintage-y costumes, nice actors and characters which make you feel connected to them, unlike the 2007 version which was an atrocity."
|80 76%||Chariton's Choir (2005) - Apr 26, 2011
"Quite satisfactory comedy, which is watched pleasurably, though many of the characters, maybe due to their big number, do not have the depth they deserve. Mainly targeted, though, to Greek audiences, as foreigners could find it difficult to understand the political background at the time the facts in the movie take place and the way many Greeks perceive people in the army or the police."