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felipelahm

Celluloid Junkie - 3806 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 29, 2008

Location: Brasília, Brazil

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40 13% Peppermint (2018) - Feb 14, 2019
"Garner has such a vibrant screen presence and she's athletic enough to provide decent action scenes. Too bad the material is so lazy. The fact that we never see her becoming a vigilante is unbelievably dumb."
65 61% Uncle Drew (2018) - Feb 12, 2019
"It's amazing how a corporate series by an NBA star with the same old story -- coach has been traumatized as a kid because his final shot was blocked -- can become such a vibrant, sympathetic sports film. Lots of good jokes and an overall sense of both hood film and road movie make this really worth watching."
25 3% Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) - Feb 10, 2019
"Jesus, the lack of imagination of this shit is unbearable. This had potential to be truly kitsch, fun and anarchic. But it just sticks to the basics. At least it draws some blood in the last minutes -- when art finally attacks its dealers and find a new home in the streets by 5 bucks a piece."
90 95% The People Under the Stairs (1991) - Feb 09, 2019
"Unbelievably frenzy timeless horror movie that works both as social commentary - a black kid named Fool invades a house to get money to save mom from cancer and his home from eviction, only to discover incestuous siblings (Big Ed and Nadine!) {dude runs around with a BDSM suit!) that got rich by exploring real estate, stealing people's money with their properties and kidnapping children and keeping them under the stairs for life - and kid's fable with weird bits of comedy. So vile, so beautiful."
50 33% Sorry to Bother You (2018) - Feb 09, 2019
"Annoying every time it tries to work as an absurdist low fantasy. First half good, second not so strong -- it becomes vapid."
60 49% Alita: Battle Angel (2019) - Feb 08, 2019
50 33% Hotel Artemis (2018) - Feb 07, 2019
"Good concept of a dystopia following only hideous people getting together in a hotel where they can get their bruises healed by an eccentric nurse. Too bad the cast has to follow some convoluted plot. Some good action scenes all around. "
55 43% Mile 22 (2018) - Feb 06, 2019
"Despite the lousy editing and the excessive close-up mise-en-scene — Uwais deserved a better director for his action scenes —, it is one of the best Wahlberg vehicles in recent times — hos character is basically a sociopath working for the government. It works as a conspiracy spy thriller until the final twist kind of ruins the whole damn thing. Lauren Cohan is also a highlight here. "
65 61% Final Score (2018) - Feb 03, 2019
"West Ham playing an European Cup semifinal while Dave Bautista tries to save the daughter of his best friend and the entire stadium from Russian terrorists? It just couldn't be bad. Straightforward and ugly action -- elevator fight, kitchen cuffle ending with Bautista literally frying the big guy's head -- precise humor and sports bits for fans. Sudden Death meets football. Faisal pretending he's a terrorist to evacuate part of the stadium is just brilliant."