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brickwall

Celluloid Junkie - 3406 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 15, 2014

Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

Age: 23

Gender: Male

Bio: I wrote a post-apocalyptic novel called 'The Fall of Polite'. You can pre-order on Kindle right here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084V2CKGQ
Film critic and filmmaker.
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/brickwallpictures
more Recent Ratings
50 29% Spookies (1986) - Mar 30, 2020
"Farting zombies ensures this is a timeless classic"
80 79% A Woman Under the Influence (1974) - Mar 29, 2020
"It's okay, I do have a big ass"
56 38% Er ist wieder da (2015) - Mar 28, 2020
68 55% Uncut Gems (2019) - Mar 27, 2020
"Think I need to rewatch this with lower expectations. Pales in comparison to Good Time after a first watch. The main issue for me is that Howard is so unlikable that I did not care one bit whether he succeeded or not, and as a result I didn't feel any of the tension, stress, panic, or anxiety that seems to have gripped everyone else. There's still some great film craft and acting to appreciate"
59 41% Joker (2019) - Mar 27, 2020
"When this scored a best adapted screenplay nomination, I figured it was just adapting the comics... then I learned it was adapting Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy. To be fair, it doesn't try to hide this inspiration, and casting De Niro makes it an easier pill to swallow, but in the long run it doesn't feel like it does enough different/new to be overly worthwhile when those two (much better) films exist."
78 73% Tom Segura: Ball Hog (2020) - Mar 25, 2020
"The more of Tommy I see, the more I like him"
80 79% Tiger King (2020) - Mar 24, 2020
"The documentarians really struck gold on this one. "Yeah, let's make a doc about that quirky tiger guy that John Oliver made fun of. Wait holy shit, he's got two husbands who are both straight, he's obsessed with a hypocritical cat lady who may have murdered her husband, and his mentor is a full-blown cult leader?!" The only major issue is that they try to introduce meth use as a plot twist... come on guys; you see one frame, you know meth is involved. Doc Antle should be in prison."
68 55% McMillions (2020) - Mar 24, 2020
"Didn't really need to be a series, a feature length doc could have told this story perfectly well. The initial intrigue is resolved quickly and the latter half plays out as a less engrossing procedural. Doug Matthews is super entertaining, but when I step back and realize this guy is an actual FBI agent, I find it pretty worrying. Call me cynical, but I'm not a fan of accident prone guys who can't sit still and are always itching for action being given guns and governmental authority."
75 68% Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room (2019) - Mar 23, 2020
"Great messages and themes without sacrificing any comedy. Katherine Ryan's great; check her out on panel shows."
54 35% Rhett and Link's Buddy System (2016) - Mar 23, 2020
"If YouTube originals were meant to feel like real TV shows, then they horribly missed the mark. The first season of this is bad and overly amateurish in presentation, but the second season is a big step up and has some good moments and witty jokes. Even in the better season, the episode concepts are weak and lack a cohesive through line. It's a decent approximation of a tv show without ever truly feeling like one"