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PietHeijn

Cinema Addict - 1562 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 23, 2016

Location: Netherlands

Bio: Rating System:
91 - 100: For All Time [A+]
87 - 90: Exceptional and Essential, A Rarity [A]
82 - 86: Great, Love It Dearly [A-]
79 - 81: Near Great [B+/A-]
73 - 78: Must See [B+]
70 - 72: Warmly Recommended [B/B+]
64 - 69: Recommended [B]
61 - 63: Recommended with Mild Reservations [B-/B]
55 - 60: Recommended with Strong Reservations [B-]
46 - 54: Take It or Leave It [C+]
37 - 45: Pass / Skip [C]
28 - 36: Forgettable / Ugh [C-]
19 - 27: When Does This End? / Double Ugh [D+]
10 - 18: Outright fiasco and/or unwatchably boring [D]
00 - 09: Burn the Negative [F]
more Recent Ratings
74 87% Summer with Monika (1953) - Jun 01, 2020
"That final flashback... Drifting away into the sun with Monika, with their dreams and hopes for the future. All of them crushed by the end."
83 93% Jaws (1975) - May 31, 2020
"The first and still one of the best blockbusters ever made."
59 65% Frances Ha (2013) - May 31, 2020
"Dialogue/characters very well written, with some excellent passages (Paris), but ultimately I can't help but dislike Frances' self-absorbedness."
74 87% Safety Last! (1923) - May 29, 2020
"Cute and genuinely suspenseful."
57 59% Nocturnal Animals (2016) - May 27, 2020
"Intense, but also resentful and unsatisfactory."
64 71% The Silence (1963) - May 25, 2020
"In which one sister seems miserable despite her ability to understand other languages, and the other seems happy about the fact that the man which who she makes love doesn't understand her. Very abstract, and where is God? well he is totally absent here."
59 65% Un Chien Andalou (1929) - May 24, 2020
"Not much to this, which is exactly why it's still fun."
18 11% Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020) - May 23, 2020
"Absolutely awful, and certainly not less resentful than "Joker". Normally love Margot, but there is only so much forced coolness I can tolerate."
73 86% Through a Glass Darkly (1961) - May 23, 2020
"Did not resonate with me thematically in the same way that Winter Light did, but on the level of setting/characters it's simply magnificent. To me "Love and God are one and the same" is not its eventual thesis, but rather that in believing this, redemption is possible."
84 94% Winter Light (1963) - May 22, 2020
"Sublime and extremely focused work (precursor to First Reformed, among others). Makes me want to rewatch other Bergman films (never really cared for his oeuvre). Also definitely going to watch "Through a Glass Darkly" and "The Silence" soon, as I heard they form a kind of thematical trilogy."