Cinema Addict - 1383 Rankings
Member Since: Jul 27, 2010
Location: Athens, Greece
Bio: He was born and for the time being is still alive (probably).
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|80 T9||In the Name of the Father (1993) - Dec 09, 2013
"With a very good score, fine acting from Emma Thompson, Pete Postlethwaite and especially Daniel Day-Lewis and a strong script, "In The Name Of The Father" is a very moving, thought-provoking film."
|100 T10||Sherlock Jr. (1924) - Aug 26, 2012
"A technical miracle for 1924, "Sherlock Jr." is a monumental film. Filled with hilarious gags, action, romance, twists and turns, this makes for an exciting watch, while the breathtakingly side-splitting chase at the end is a definitive highlight of this classic laugh-fest (and of cinema in general). A work of brilliance."
|80 T9||Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982) - Jun 17, 2012
"Typically witty stand-up comedy by the Pythons."
|80 T9||Dug's Special Mission (2009) - May 27, 2011
"Well-made, mind-blowing and hilarious."
|90 T10||The Bank Job (2008) - Jul 27, 2010
"One could say that "The Bank Job" is a brutal, rude, excessive film but, for me, it's a modern masterpiece. With a very good cast supporting the exquisite script, the film dives into corruption and emerges safe and sound and with a hell of shocking stories. But this is not all. Primarily, "The Bank Job" deals with the loneliness of being as the lead character, a burglar but a family man, played exceptionally by Jason Statham, seeks happiness and the meaning of life."
|70 T6||Treasure Planet (2002) - Feb 21, 2011
"An absorbing film that is not entirely for children. Technically, though, it is outdone by PIXAR's innovations."
|60 T4||Dark Blue (2003) - Jun 17, 2012
"For the most part, "Dark Blue" is a surprisingly well-directed and engaging movie. In fact, if it wasn't for the highly predictable and melodramatic ending, this would have been a completely satisfying action flick."
|60 T4||Made in Dagenham (2010) - Sep 06, 2012
""Made In Dagenham" is a fine film. The cast is good, especially Miranda Richardson, Bob Hoskins and Rosamund Pike, and the main theme a very significant one in modern history. Yet, it merely lays out the facts impersonally, with just a little sauce from the private lives of the characters. In the end, it fails to rise above the constraints of a non-fiction film in order to become more intricate and special, and feels a little like extended reportage."
|90 T10||Corpse Bride (2005) - Jul 28, 2010
"As it happens in most Burton films, the cast is top-notch and the music haunting. "Corpse Bride", his masterpiece, is an atmospherical tale, sad and amusing at the same time. And it has dancing skeletons in it. "
|60 T4||Vinni-Pukh idyot v gosti (1971) - Sep 23, 2010
"It's cute and, at some points, very witty but, still, nothing special."