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frederic_g54

Celluloid Junkie - 2618 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 21, 2007

Location: Belgium

Age: 30

Gender: Male

Bio: I call the big one Bitey

My photography portfolio: www.fredericgarcon.com
more Recent Ratings
76% Blindspotting (2018) - Jan 15, 2019
"Less the story of an ex-con trying to stay out of trouble, and more about the unspoken rage and suppressed tensions quietly simmering beneath the surface. Its topics and themes have been dealt with plenty of times in the past, but rarely have they been explored in such an open and inventive fashion. Aside from a contrived last segment, which somewhat negates the entire commentary it's trying to make, I'd say this is a pretty sweet film with style and great characters to boot."
22% Zaman (1983) - Jan 11, 2019
"It's always nice seeing my hometown used as the backdrop of a movie, but the poor script, lack of style and overall dullness of it all made its 90-minute running time feel twice as long. Wa ne saaie film was me da, zunne."
35% Day of the Fight (1951) - Jan 11, 2019
"Nothing mind-blowing but essential viewing for any Kubrick geek like myself. That worm's-eye shot from both fighters was pretty sweet."
56% Creed 2 (2018) - Jan 09, 2019
"Did I need this movie in my life right now? Probably not. Was it enjoyable? Sure. Can Rocky make a great pepperoni pizza? The world will never know."
35% Burnt (2015) - Jan 07, 2019
"I don't know what's funnier: the random repurposing of the Donnie Darko soundtrack, or how no cooking movie will ever trump the one with the talking, cooking rat. Alicia, though ♥"
56% Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) - Jan 01, 2019
"The animation is consistently on point - with one particular shot that honestly took my my breath away in terms of content, framing and composition - but the novelty also wears thin fairly quickly, and the story is your standard spidey-webby fare, following the same action/dramatic beats we've seen a million times before. It's fun but not exactly the greatest thing since sliced bread."
76% Minding the Gap (2018) - Jan 01, 2019
"The story told here by Bing is clearly a very personal one, but the notion of escapism as a safe harbour from troubled experiences is one that applies on a universal level. In this regard, this is a competently shot and well put together portrait featuring testimonies that beautifully capture both the pain and hopes shared by its central characters."
89% Wildlife (2018) - Dec 30, 2018
"Genuinely awestruck by this feature debut from Dano. Wildlife is a small film, yet one that is handled with care and utmost maturity, laying bare a lot of unspoken truths about the disillusionment of marriage and the true hardships of growing into adulthood. It’s been a while since I saw a film where I could really feel what the characters are going through. Sure, there are a few things I could nitpick over, but I'd say every choice he makes as both a filmmaker and co-writer feels just right."
56% The Favourite (2018) - Dec 29, 2018
"Quack!"
15% Hunter Killer (2018) - Dec 18, 2018
"Maybe instead of torpedoes, Gerard Butler should consider firing his agent."