Cinema Addict - 2056 Film Ratings
Member Since: Dec 5, 2015
|4 25%||Boston Legal (2004) - Mar 18, 2019
"Losing more characters than Game of Thrones is the most impressive mark of this series. With a litany of cast quitting there hardly goes an episode where they don't have to explain the mysterious disappearance of an actor. This is coupled with equally uncomfortable introduction episodes where they pretend they've always been around and try to make arcs that can catch up to the shows two mainstays. Undeniably Spader and Shatner are the reason to watch. Ham-handedly pushes a socialist agenda."
|3 14%||Captain Marvel (2019) - Mar 16, 2019
"Very unlike able in this role brie Larson walks over any obstacles as the always smirking unstoppable force and don't bother with her background just throw in some random friend and her kid halfway through. Poor CGI (ruined on a cat!? In a Marvel blockbuster?!) next to some great de-aging. Good skrull acting and story although very obvious via Jude law's devil eyes. Just not on the scale of other marvel, more like the tired old one-dimensional 90's superheros. "
|3 14%||Jigsaw (2017) - Mar 14, 2019|
|6 53%||The Umbrella Academy (2019) - Mar 09, 2019
"Good mystery, decent use of the big sci-fi moves with a relatively low budget, but this is offset by some shockingly placed, terrible, and overly indulged 'High school musical' style dance sequences, repetitive character building, some frustrating (and impact reversing) time line jumbling, and continual mystery bait dangling. Well acted and shot. There is a LIBERAL use of material taken from other movies, too many to name, too similar to be referenced, but 'No Country's' bolt gun for one"
|6 53%||Saving Mr. Banks (2013) - Mar 09, 2019|
|7 73%||Dawn of the Dead (2004) - Mar 02, 2019|
|7 73%||The Way of the Dragon (1972) - Mar 02, 2019|
|6 53%||Unforgiven (2013) - Mar 02, 2019|
|5 37%||Ransom (1996) - Mar 02, 2019|
|5 37%||Edge of Darkness (2010) - Mar 02, 2019|