Celluloid Junkie - 2762 Rankings
Member Since: Apr 14, 2014
Location: Winter Park, Florida, USA
Bio: Film critic and filmmaker.
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/brickwallpictures
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|90 T10||Baby Driver (2017) - Jun 21, 2017
"Uses music wonderfully and impressively. Great performances and interesting characters make the very unoriginal plot work extraordinarily well. Top notch stunt driving. Video review: https://youtu.be/EI5OOXmpspw"
|83 T9||I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017) - Jun 10, 2017
"Review coming soon"
|69 T6||War on Everyone (2016) - Jun 09, 2017
"Pushes the dirty cop angle about as far as any movie could. Lacks the subtlety and nuance of Calvary but had plenty of moments that got me laughing and they turned hard enough into the depravity of these characters that they worked as a caricature of a buddy cop duo if not as actual characters. I like the McDonagh brothers a lot, this is the weakest effort from either of them, but still well worth watching I think. 6 years after the guard JM McDonagh still doesn't know how to film a shootout."
|52 T4||Beauty and the Beast (2017) - Jun 09, 2017
"Watched twice in a row. The 2nd time was against my will... I was sat on."
|81 T9||Under the Shadow (2016) - Jun 04, 2017
"The absence of horror for much of the film amplifies the horror that is there. Succeeds excellently in building tension and the film playing out like a drama for nearly half of the runtime makes the execution of the scares a good deal harder to predict. This film is about 60 times better than the Babadook that I see it is drawing a lot of comparisons to."
|70 T7||Volver (2006) - Jun 03, 2017|
|80 T8||David Lynch - The Art Life (2016) - Jun 01, 2017
"Just saw in a theater as a double bill with Blue Velvet. Will be reviewing at some point"
|60 T5||Tomboy (2011) - May 30, 2017|
|78 T8||Ray Donovan (2014) - May 29, 2017
"Ray is a really cool main character but we don't spend as much time with him or the other interesting characters as we should. too much time is devoted to less engrossing side plots and the show has a real bad habit of hanging onto characters that should have been one episode guest stars, while killing off characters that could have done much more. (Season 1) (Season 2) His family just keeps getting more and more annoying. Some subplots work a lot better than others."
|70 T7||The Lunch Date (1989) - May 28, 2017|