Film Freak - 515 Film Ratings
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|67 36%||Timothy Leary's Dead (1996) - Nov 20, 2018|
|79 46%||The Negotiator (1998) - Nov 15, 2018
"Despite it following a pretty obvious action-thriller plot line, Jackson's phenomenal acting makes you almost second guess what you know is going to happen."
|19 21%||To the Bone (2017) - Nov 14, 2018
"Pretty dull. The characters are not well developed which is unfortunate considering how strong the cast is."
|34 27%||Michael Lost and Found (2017) - Nov 14, 2018|
|76 42%||I Am Michael (2015) - Nov 14, 2018|
|0 5%||Sátántangó (1994) - Nov 12, 2018
"This is pretentious filmmaking. I appreciate the themes, but Tarr is a shitty filmmaker and has nothing worthwhile to offer. His popularity baffles me. Films should be entertaining even if they are dark, slow or unpleasant. For example, there are better ways to capture desolation than to spend the first ten minutes haphazardly panning over a dreary farm. It's arrogant. I understand his goals, he just doesn't know how to execute them. Gus Van Sant, who has similar goals, understands how to do it."
|13 18%||Sugar (2004) - Nov 11, 2018
"It's like some horny, homosexual, reformed glue-sniffing, autistic weirdo wanted to re-write My Own Private Idaho in order to pass the time in prison while serving time for some kind of sex crime. It's surprisingly watchable, but only in a train-wreck kind of way. It's not terribly unlike most low budget, gay coming-of-age films of zero substance from the 90's and early 00's. It's particularly reminiscent of Eban and Charley but without any of the charm--something I never thought I would say."
|83 52%||Nurse Jackie (2009) - Nov 10, 2018
"I watched the entire series in about two sittings and thought it was a great show. When I went back a year later to re-watch a few intermittent episodes, I did not find it nearly as interesting. So I just averaged the two ratings."
|37 27%||Con Air (1997) - Nov 10, 2018
"A campy comedy-thriller, full of ridiculousness. It's a strange Mel Brooks-wannabe absurdist satire. Think Blazing Saddles meets Airplane. It's a bit much at times, but the cast makes it somewhat watchable. "
|3 13%||God's Own Country (2017) - Nov 08, 2018
"Oh great. Now we have another gay film for country folk which uses all the same low-intellect tropes as the 20 or 30 other gay films that came before. I'm surprised it didn't win six Oscars. "