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Member Since: Dec 2, 2012

Location: Norway

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30 37% Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"Light as a feather diversion with Una Merkel as the only name value and a bunch of unknown acts so forgettable it's already forgotten."
30 37% The Drifter (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"Almost too ridiculous with Buster Crabbe playing dual parts, but I guess it made a standard poverty row western a little more memorable."
30 37% Thundering Gun Slingers (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"Buster Crabbe in routine trouble out west. Was fine for nothing special at all."
20 16% I Accuse My Parents (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"Cringe-worthy excuse. Cringe-worthy movie."
40 60% Blonde Fever (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"A little bit cure, a little bit annoying."
30 37% Secrets of Scotland Yard (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"They could have kept those secrets to themselves. Didn't make for a good mystery picture."
40 60% Million Dollar Kid (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"It's The East Side Kids. You get a terrible plot and a few laughs. That's how it always goes."
40 60% Cry of the Werewolf (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"Cry of the Werewolf (1944) is your typical B-horror. Has a few ideas, but execution takes the excitement out of most of them. Did have a few haunting scenes."
50 78% San Diego I Love You (1944) - Nov 09, 2019
"A little bit wacky with a few scenes which felt fresh. Unfortunately the story as a whole wasn't that great, even if there was a fun crowd. Loved seeing Buster Keaton as a bus driver."
50 78% Sunday Dinner for a Soldier (1944) - Nov 08, 2019
"Simple and uplifting story from war times. Stays rural with a soldier coming to visit, relying mostly on the charms of the family living there. And while it's not this major emotional experience, it's pleasant enough."