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Yoshinaruto

Cinema Addict - 1555 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
70 68% American Gangster (2007) - Nov 12, 2019
"(Unrated Version) It’s long, and yet it’s never boring. Ridley Scott made a really solid crime film, and the cast is all around excellent. The storyline (which is based on a true story) is really gripping at times, and none of the scenes ever feel useless. Worth seeing even if you’re not a fan of these types of movies."
50 24% The Pelican Brief (1993) - Nov 10, 2019
70 68% A History of Violence (2005) - Nov 09, 2019
"An interesting film that really goes against the Hollywood cliches early on. It has some moments that should’ve been cut or altered, but the acting is good and it’s entertaining enough for what it is."
75 81% Luce (2019) - Nov 04, 2019
"An odd Drama-Thriller with less structure than other similar films. Good acting and fairly original. It requires quite a bit of your attention since there’s a lot to unpack. Probably not worth buying as I wouldn’t see it again, but it’s worth a watch if it’s of interest."
50 24% The King (2019) - Nov 04, 2019
65 53% The Client (1994) - Nov 01, 2019
50 24% The Railway Man (2014) - Nov 01, 2019
"It didn’t really grab me, and Nicole Kidman’s character never felt very important. But it had some good performances and a really touching ending that made up for it."
75 81% El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) - Oct 29, 2019
"It’s not on par with the series, but El Camino actually feels warranted at times. The flashbacks do slow the pacing a bit, but they’re mostly important for later scenes. Some pretty decent camera work here and there, a great performance from Paul, and some nice cameos from quite of few cast members. It’s actually pretty nice considering we didn’t need to have it."
15 1% Thirteen Days (2000) - Oct 29, 2019
55 33% The Village (2004) - Oct 23, 2019
"Somewhat average Shyamalan film. I sorta got the gist of the twists in the first five minutes, but wasn’t exactly sure of the extent of it. The sprinkle of horror feels a bit too minor, it’s for a reason but the drama is a bit lackluster and slows the film down. Solid cast, some great shots involving the forbidden color, and I actually enjoyed the twists for the most part. It’s worth checking out if you’re not in it for the scares."