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Celluloid Junkie - 2681 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 26, 2007

Location: Stoke on Trent, UK

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59% Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) - Sep 04, 2022
59% House (1977) - Sep 04, 2022
88% The Godfather: Part II (1974) - Sep 04, 2022
88% Real Life (1979) - Sep 04, 2022
"kind of goes without saying i'm gonna love anything involving brooks, shearer and grodin. this is definitely too broad (at times) to be the best version of itself, but if it was the best version of itself i'd be giving it an 8, and it's overwhelmingly influential on all the '00s-era TV shows which ARE the best versions of itself."
95% Barry Lyndon (1975) - Sep 04, 2022
"it occurred to me on this viewing that this would pair rather well with THE IRISHMAN."
59% The Kiss of Death (1977) - Sep 04, 2022
"that cut to the disco deserves all the points though."
76% Abigail's Party (1977) - Sep 04, 2022
"whoever submitted this was stuck on the fence between comedy and horror for hours until they finally wimped out and chose drama. as someone with working-class-and-proud-of-it types on one side of the family and pseudo-middle class snobs on the other, i'm leaning toward horror. man, the use of diegetic music here is pretty much peerless, and the performances are so perfectly annoying with just enough underlying humanity, and the ending is so harrowing and grotesque it avoids feeling pat."
95% Little Malcolm (1974) - Sep 04, 2022
"i'm no big beatles fan but george harrison deserved his MBE just for financing this black unruly gem. thing was at an almighty 87th percentile from 9 friends ratings over on RYM, and it didn't disappoint. the missing link between the angry young men of the '50s and NAKED, built around one hell of a john hurt performance."
88% Du côté d'Orouët (1971) - Sep 04, 2022
"the last hour drags with the intrusion of conflict, but it's become a drag for the characters too and that only cements it as THE definitive vacation movie. cheerful, exquisitely observed naturalism with no greater purpose is typically capped for me but maybe not at this all-time great level, where every performance is staggeringly unguarded, every other shot is a PRT-SCR, every edit is exactly where it must be to capture the essence of the moment while also evoking time's passage. greatness."
76% Some Call It Loving (1973) - Sep 04, 2022