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brickwall

Celluloid Junkie - 3246 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 14, 2014

Location: Winter Park, Florida, USA

Age: 22

Gender: Male

Status: Single

Bio: Film critic and filmmaker.
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/brickwallpictures
more Recent Ratings
73 65% Spontaneous Combustion (1990) - Jun 16, 2019
"Any movie where you can shout fire through a telephone is all right in my book, Dourif is a perfect bit of casting"
80 78% Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (2019) - Jun 15, 2019
"A must for Dylan fans"
77 71% The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) - Jun 14, 2019
"Welles' narration is so good I might actually prefer just an audiobook version of the source material read by him"
70 60% Always Be My Maybe (2019) - Jun 07, 2019
"The Keanu Reeves section made my week. Quite funny but very by the numbers as far as rom-coms go. Stronger/more character development for the mom in the beginning could bring the emotional plot points to the next level. I hope Randall Park comes out with a full album, or at least a collab with bret and Jemaine"
68 56% The Perfection (2018) - Jun 05, 2019
"This was a fun surprise, though there is plenty that does not work. It's weirdly a cross between The Handmaiden, Grand Piano, and some straight up sleaze. The script pulls off the odd balancing act of going in wild directions while remaining entirely predictable. It's about to go in an interesting direction both times it rewinds and cops out. I think this would work well if the dialogue were delivered in a purposely unnatural way a la Yorgos Lanthimos."
77 71% Destroyer (2018) - May 30, 2019
"A good character played exceptionally well by Nicole Kidman. The film does some playing around with genre conventions in a similar way to Shane Black's films but plays these trope-subversions for drama rather than comedy. Tonally reminiscent of You Were Never Really Here from a year earlier. It takes an hour before it feels like a movie and not an Amazon original series pilot."
74 66% Overlord (2018) - May 27, 2019
"A potential cult classic in the making. Overlord didn't go as far as I expected into over the top schlock, read; could have been cheesier for my liking. Probably should have been marketed as a straight up WWII movie and let the sci-fi horror elements be a fun twist a la the mid-point twist of From Dusk Til Dawn"
75 68% Lucky (2017) - May 27, 2019
"David Lynch has a monologue about a tortoise that will knock your socks off. Lucky is a great vehicle for Harry Dean Stanton, and the entire cast is packed with excellent character actors, fitting from a director who's a legendary character actor himself. Great acting and character work and a script with just enough strong moments"
88 88% 13 Assassins (2010) - May 27, 2019
"It's like 300, but way better, and not that much like 300. The film does a great job of cultivating a hatred for the villain as well as building up the stakes and tremendous odds facing these 13 Assassins before unleashing a record smashing 45 minute battle sequence that leaves you in blood-soaked awe."
70 60% Theo Von: No Offense (2016) - May 25, 2019
"My main question is whether that's a comedy mullet or an actual mullet"