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Celluloid Junkie - 2979 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jan 2, 2013

Location: Ankara -/ Columbus, OH, USA

Bio: http://sinemaskot.blogspot.com
more Recent Ratings
70 58% Niagara (1953) - Dec 09, 2021
80 81% Happy Together (1997) - Dec 08, 2021
"it's exemplary of how the uniqueness of a director's approach to form can elevate a banal story."
75 69% Benedetta (2021) - Dec 06, 2021
"Faith, love, and the pretense; or a verhoeven film. "
70 58% The Joke (1969) - Dec 06, 2021
80 81% Die Dritte Generation (1979) - Dec 05, 2021
"a humorous approach to the content and possible negation of supposed radicality of the text's politics is negated by the political commentary infusing the formal interventions in the film. "
80 81% The Power of the Dog (2021) - Dec 01, 2021
"impeccable camerawork, wonderful score, layered and interesting text... casting is also top-notch - don't really care for cumberbatch but he's a perfect choice here that amplifies the part's depth. "
80 81% Keep an Eye Out (2018) - Nov 29, 2021
"dupieux play with reality like a cat plays with its prey but the important thing is he's not boring even for a second. somehow he manages to incorporate a kind of behind-the-scenes feeling to his films, which, in turn, turns the film something more than just a funny story - as it necessarily involves commentary about filmmaking and representation. it's just brilliant. "
65 49% Chuck & Buck (2000) - Nov 28, 2021
"i don't know why i thought this would be a light hearted fun comedy but boy was i in for a surprise..."
85 90% The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972) - Nov 28, 2021
"I’m pretty sure at this point that any film that has a genuine melancholic soul is bound to be great. / “I think people need each other, they're made that way. But they haven't learnt how to live together.” “I’m not hysterical, I’m suffering”."
75 69% Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950) - Nov 26, 2021
"a solid noir where the police do the police things but then implausibly feel regret and held responsible for their evil deeds. "