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Yoshinaruto

Cinema Addict - 1432 Film Ratings

Member Since: May 6, 2016

Location: USA

Bio: Rating Score Guide:

100 - Favorite
90 - Outstanding
80 - Great
70 - Very Good
60 - Good
50 - Average
40 - Mediocre
30 - Bad
20 - Really Bad
10 - Awful
0 - The Worst
more Recent Ratings
45 17% City of Ember (2008) - Mar 17, 2019
"Not bad, could’ve used a little more exploration of its world, and a LOT more development of its characters. The main guy is an extremely bland protagonist, although the girl was decent and Murray was kinda fun to watch. Decent pacing, but not a lot of substance."
65 52% Gone Baby Gone (2007) - Mar 16, 2019
"The second half saves the slow first half, with some nice twists and an interesting moral decision. Somehow I managed to guess a lot of it due to complete luck, but there were still a few pieces I didn’t pick up on. It’s a good, well made and acted film. Although I’m skeptical on its entertainment value for rewatches. Perhaps just to see what the clues are."
15 1% No Chocolate, No Rice (2018) - Mar 16, 2019
80 88% The Florida Project (2017) - Mar 15, 2019
"Starts a bit rough, but progressively becomes something great. There isn’t really a good central character to anchor the film, Dafoe’s character is probably the closest we get to this. The kid-only scenes get slightly tiresome early on, but it’s nice to see a realistic portrayal as opposed to what we usually see in film. Well directed, acted, and the characters (even the mom) earn my sympathy quite often."
80 88% Triple Frontier (2019) - Mar 15, 2019
"Starts out slow with character development that mostly failed to get me invested in its characters, aside from remembering Affleck’s motivation. By the time the plot really starts moving, the pacing is consistent and I was never bored. It’s an interesting film that shows just how greedy one can be when faced with a ton of money. I also found the film relatively unpredictable at times, which was a nice surprise."
35 8% Mortal Engines (2018) - Mar 13, 2019
"I’m sure that when the book was written in 2001 it had some originality to it. But today, it’s a Steampunk Dystopian YA version of Mad Max while feeling like it’s following in the footsteps of Divergent and The Maze Runner. It has a moment early on where it’s actually decent, but it focuses too much on an average story instead of decent characters and world building, not that either of which are very good to begin with."
70 67% The Chumscrubber (2005) - Mar 12, 2019
90 96% The Favourite (2018) - Mar 11, 2019
"Of the 5 Best Picture nominees I’ve seen thus far, this is, well, my “Favourite”. The Favourite is incredible in just about every way. While Roma was more than worthy of Best Director and Cinematography, so was this. The three lead performances are all very solid, and really it feels unfair to refer to Colman as the lead, given the screen time and importance of the other two. The humor is odd and enjoyable, helping the pace stay consistent. Hardly anything to criticize."
70 67% Jigsaw (2017) - Mar 09, 2019
"It’s been awhile since I’ve seen these, so it’s hard to compare. The dialogue is often mediocre. The outside plot is slow as usual, but slightly more interesting. A few “oh, that’s convenient” moments. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy the twists in the last 30 minutes as well. If you like any of the sequels, this may be worthwhile (free on Amazon Prime atm). I personally thought it was way better than 3 and 4. Not as good as 1, 2 and 6."
65 52% El fotógrafo de Mauthausen (2019) - Mar 07, 2019
"I’d say it’s quite a bit better than Bent. It has some clever moments of suspense, such as the car mirror scene. Hard to watch, as expected."