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braddad68

Celluloid Junkie - 4074 Film Ratings

Member Since: May 19, 2011

Location: Baltimore, MD , USA

Bio: Lifelong movie lover!
more Recent Ratings
94 74% Honey Boy (2019) - Feb 10, 2020
"Shia LeBeouf plays his own father in a semi-autobiographical drama. Well done and emotional. "
82 8% Nature's Grave (2008) - Feb 10, 2020
"Strange movie some consider one of the worst ever made. I was interested enough to see how it all turned out. Nature gets revenge after a couple disrespects it. Some beautiful photography of the natural land in Australia. "
88 39% Career Opportunities (1991) - Feb 10, 2020
"Quirky romantic comedy. Loved the small cameo by John Candy. Frank Whaley impressed by basically carrying the entire movie, with a unique and likeable character. "
90 54% Family (2018) - Feb 10, 2020
"Totally realistic modern-day family drama. "
88 39% Cinderfella (1960) - Feb 10, 2020
"I've been trying to get to all of the Jerry Lewis comedies for years. Finally to this one. Some very funny scenes but also some that fell flat and the musical numbers I wasn't crazy about. "
88 39% Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) - Feb 03, 2020
"Good action and effects but little else. Still, a fun monster movie. "
86 27% My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988) - Feb 03, 2020
"For some reason, I missed this one years ago. I guess I thought it would be too goofy. While it is very goofy, it has plenty of moments to make it worth a watch. Ackroyd is OK, but Kim Basinger and Jon Lovitz steal the show in their scenes. "
88 39% The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966) - Feb 03, 2020
"Finally got to this one too. Better than I imagined. Fun movie and of course Don Knotts is perfect as the extremely nervous main character. "
95 84% The Search (1948) - Feb 03, 2020
"Another great find! Montgomery Clift could have easily taken standard leading man roles, but he gravitated to more rich character roles. This time he's helping a young Czech boy find his mother in post-WWII Europe. Incredible footage on location. "
95 84% The Yakuza (1974) - Feb 03, 2020
"Wow! So happy I found this movie. I can see where Quentin Tarantino was most likely influenced by it. Original story, unique setting, above average music score, solid performances and stylishly filmed! What more could you ask for? Loved it! "