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eCitizen

Celluloid Junkie - 3672 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jan 15, 2012

Location: Belmont, CA, USA

Bio: Video game programmer 35 years experience.
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60 58% Dude (2018) - Apr 18, 2021
"Not bad if you can tolerate the worst music ever. The story is a coming of age comedy romp with a few very cute but somewhat slutty girls. Drugs play prominently in the theme as does the loss felt from losing a loved one. Lucy Hale topless was a treat though. Worth watching but not suitable for youngsters."
55 56% Les MisĂ©rables (2019) - Feb 01, 2021
"The series is depressing and sobering. Dominic West was a marvelous standout as were the beauties, Lily Collins and Ellie Bamber. I can't remember a character I detested more than was played by Adeel Akhtar. Derek Jacobi also stands out. The story has been told so many times, but this one stands out a bit above the rest. A huge exceptional cast of characters. The music was often too somber. Some of the makeup was scary sick. A very well done grand period piece that was entirely worthwhile."
43 39% Skyfire (2019) - Jan 30, 2021
"This had quite a lot of action. It ticks off all the high points for disaster drama, love, and lots of lava and fire. A few scenes are very tense, but there are also some overdone impossible scenes as well. Hannah Quinlivan was pretty darn cute. A little too much spoken Chinese, but fortunately, about half of it had English dubs. Not exceptionally good, but worth watching"
40 33% We Still Say Grace (2020) - Jan 30, 2021
"Anyone foolish enough to believe in a God should watch this little microcosm of religion. The mountain of religious craptitude in this movie is very high indeed. This is not to say the acting was bad, but the subject is quite tedious, not unlike most mini-cult movies. Watch this if you can stomach a huge load of God nonsense and religious hokum along with a bit of lack-luster psychopathic mayhem. "
60 58% Override (2021) - Jan 30, 2021
"Is it wrong that I really really really want a robot exactly like Ria in the first half of the movie? Her perky attitude might get tiresome for some, but it seemed quite uplifting to me. This movie started out good, but then it slowly got dark and a little tedious. Even bad at times. "
75 76% The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) - Jan 29, 2021
"Jason Robards is very charismatic and fun to watch in this western comedy. I enjoyed the crazy story quite a bit, and the performances were very good. Stella Stevens was stunningly beautiful in this. Very worthwhile, when you are in the mood for a little light-hearted western comedy. I liked everything about it except some of the music and the ending."
50 48% A Nice Girl Like You (2020) - Jan 28, 2021
"Watching a hot blonde who is sexually repressed is just a little sad. The smoking hot Lucy Hale cast as an insecure girl was a stretch. The plot is childish but cute and light-hearted. Some of the plot devices were a bit cheesy. The music was good. I enjoyed watching Hale more than I disliked the silly plot, so it was worthwhile."
50 48% Børning 3 (2020) - Jan 28, 2021
"The storyline is loony toons. This movie has two of the craziest car stunts ever performed by CGI. The police chase was a weird surprise. Many characters are too old for their parts. Lots of bizarre plot twists. It has a few humorous moments, but a lot of it felt forced or absurd. It's very silly but moderately amusing. Worthwhile."
40 33% Coming from Insanity (2019) - Jan 25, 2021
"Much of the English spoken in is movie very hard to understand. I nearly fell asleep three times before halfway. It picked up a little and started to hold my interest. The music is absolute crap, and the storytelling is very weak. It is worth watching by the slimmest of margins."
65 61% Bloody Hell (2020) - Jan 25, 2021
"I'm not a horror fan, but I got the biggest belly laugh I've had in years with the kitchen table scene. This movie is a very creative nightmare. Ever hear the phrase, out of the frying pan and into the fire. A heinous family of killers runs into a very capable war veteran. It has several insane comedy scenes. Whoever wrote this was very creative and twisted. His make believe self was weird. Too gory for children and those with a weak stomach. Highly recommended if you can handle the gore."