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Film Freak - 531 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jan 7, 2018

Location: Canada

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80 59% El Sur (1983) - Oct 01, 2020
80 59% Corpus Christi (2019) - Sep 30, 2020
"Provoking a modest look at the holiness associated with religion and a priest's image, Daniel serves as a true leader that brings people together not by simple faith but for the greater good. In the end, sacrificing freedom in this Christ-like form, forbids redemption as he returns to his true blood form."
85 74% Babette's Feast (1987) - Sep 29, 2020
"Beautiful and uplifting. Artistic purpose and the joyous capabilities bring a nice story to the screen."
80 59% Captain Fantastic (2016) - Sep 28, 2020
45 10% Big Daddy (1999) - Sep 25, 2020
"Still good enough for sick days."
55 15% Coherence (2013) - Sep 17, 2020
"Interesting premise, but could’ve been better despite low budget"
90 91% The Illusionist (2010) - Sep 16, 2020
"So glad this exists. Beautifully composed is a friendship that imprints life's bittersweet reality."
85 74% Anomalisa (2015) - Sep 15, 2020
"Simple puppetry that still does a great job of detailing human emotion. That breakfast scene is wicked, and nonetheless brutally honest that what we may desire to remove our mundane existentialism, is all part of the same endless cycle."
80 59% Shotgun Stories (2008) - Sep 14, 2020
"As real as story telling may get. This feels complete with a moving archetype of these brothers, and I enjoyed this all throughout."
85 74% Take Shelter (2011) - Sep 14, 2020
"Troubled is the acceptance of one's anxieties, be it clinical or self-driven. The shelter one builds to dismay weakness that life's storm may bring upon them, is incomplete without the shelter needed from loved ones. Daunting are the turmoil images Nichols narrates us through, depicting the instincts of a man driven by a foreboding insanity."