Cinema Addict - 1040 Film Ratings
Member Since: 06 Dec 2011
Location: New Jersey, USA
Age: 40
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85 84% Oppenheimer (2023) - Rated 03 Dec 2023
84 78% The Lighthouse (2019) - Rated 11 Oct 2023
"A little bit of Bergman, a lot of shots that caused knee-jerk associations with Robert Mitchum in Night of the Hunter. Worth the watch for the aesthetic alone"
81 58% Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) - Rated 13 Sep 2023
80 55% Barbie (2023) - Rated 12 Sep 2023
"Created a fun, quirky universe but struggled to put a solid fun story within it. Woke messaging mattered more than the plot."
73 22% A Man Called Otto (2023) - Rated 08 May 2023
"It's not terrible it just shamelessly goes hard for your emotions"
90 97% Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) - Rated 25 Feb 2023
"There's still hope. It's been a long time since something felt original. It isnt perfect but it's fun, imaginative, and most of all it takes chances (and the 60 year old lead actress is the least of them). That alone makes it worthwhile."
78 47% Knock at the Cabin (2023) - Rated 24 Feb 2023
"It was filmed 5 minutes from me. The dairy bar dressed up as Angie's Roadside diner is one of my lunch spots. My review is biased. This is a great looking film, but its also extremely underwhelming. Its kind of just there for 100 minutes and you can telegraph the ending after the first 20"
76 39% The Whale (2022) - Rated 24 Feb 2023
"Classic Aronofsky cinematic chamber pop. I guess it can trigger anyone with an estranged daughter since it hits all those tropes and thats really all it does."
85 84% M3GAN (2023) - Rated 27 Jan 2023
"It's less horror and more of a warning about the dark side of the current tech zeitgeist and the allure of robonannies raising our kids, and it's better off for it. There would have been people imitating Frankenstein's monster on tiktok if it dropped in 2023 but that wouldnt make it any less interesting."
50 6% Blonde (2022) - Rated 27 Jan 2023
"It's nice to see that in the era of woke-ism there are still filmmakers brave enough to perpetuate the archetype of the sad, broken, helpless woman at the mercy of the male world"