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Quintonjamin

Cinema Addict - 1133 Film Ratings

Member Since: Sep 2, 2018

Location: Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Age: 21

Gender: Male

more Recent Ratings
10 2% The Loves of Hercules (1960) - Nov 28, 2020
"Terrible acting, the dragon looks stupid, awful plot, and Bigfoot shows up at the end. MST3K: 60"
90 88% From Russia with Love (1963) - Nov 28, 2020
"Rewatch: One of my favorite bond scores. My only problem is that Bond seems outmatched by the guy from SPECTRE most of the runtime."
70 64% Big Night (1996) - Nov 28, 2020
"Pretty funny. I love the last one shot scene where Stanley Tucci just cooks eggs ... and then they eat."
20 9% Cartels (2016) - Nov 27, 2020
"Not quite so bad it's good, but a little fun to make fun of. "I wasn't born in a turnip truck!""
70 64% Honeymoon in Vegas (1992) - Nov 25, 2020
"The Flying Elvises are amazing. I wasn't expecting anything of substance, so this was a lot of fun. Cage gets to go crazy enough and a lot of the smaller parts are great."
30 17% The Beast of Hollow Mountain (1956) - Nov 24, 2020
"It actually wasn't terrible until the beast showed up. Though, that might have just been MST3K helping. MST3K: 80"
20 9% Ator, the Fighting Eagle (1982) - Nov 24, 2020
"It’s bad enough that it’s easy to make fun of. Why did they think marrying the sister was a good idea? MST3K: 70"
80 77% City Lights (1931) - Nov 22, 2020
"Some very funny scenes and situations. I haven’t seen many of Chaplin’s movies, but this makes me want to watch more."
70 64% True Grit (2010) - Nov 19, 2020
"I had trouble understanding Bridges in this, but it's a good modern western with a few great scenes."
70 64% Lord of War (2005) - Nov 17, 2020
"Rewatch: Cage doesn’t really get to act his heart out, but it has some good quotes and an interesting story. Following the bullet at the beginning was a great idea."