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frederic_g54

Celluloid Junkie - 2660 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
56% The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) - May 05, 2019
"Resistance is futile."
35% An Elephant Sitting Still (2018) - Apr 27, 2019
"Some interesting camera work in terms of framing and composition that makes me assume Hu Bo was somewhat of a photography enthusiast. While I responded rather strongly to its underlying sentiment, its style becomes tiring after a while and the story - or lack thereof - in no way justifies it's insanely bloated running time. As a debut, however, it offers signs of incredible maturity and skill, making Hu Bo's passing even harder to comprehend or accept."
35% The Beach Bum (2019) - Apr 22, 2019
"The best Asylum movie ever made."
56% Mid90s (2018) - Apr 11, 2019
"Pleasantly surprised by this debut from Hill. Essentially a plotless movie, yet one with genuine character work at its core and I loved the low-key 4:3 photography from Christopher Blauvelt. Nice soundtrack and score from the always reliable Reznor/Ross duo. Watching this in a theatre packed with roughly 100 young ardent skaters only added to the unique experience."
35% High School (1969) - Apr 11, 2019
"Equal part interesting and boring portrait of high school life, captured under the observant and patient eye of a filmmaker whose work I'm definitely keen to explore even further."
76% High Life (2018) - Apr 09, 2019
"In space, no one can hear you fap."
76% Body Double (1984) - Apr 03, 2019
"The reason I love De Palma so much is because he visualises like no other that which characterises us all as individuals: arousal, desire and obsession. His command of the film language is up there with the very best and Deborah Shelton is all kinds of sexy. Another great film from one of my favourite directors."
35% Dumbland (2002) - Apr 02, 2019
"Given Lynch's short fuse when it comes to pretty much anything in life, I imagine one of his neighbours must've pissed him off and this was his childish (over)reaction. That last episode was...something else."
56% Gummo (1997) - Apr 01, 2019
"One of the most challenging movies I've had the pleasure of rating. Despite all the needless filler and questionable content, this is stark social realism steeped in honesty and tender humanity, an underrated gem that manages to be about nothing and everything at the same time. Can't wait to rewatch this."
22% First Reformed (2018) - Mar 31, 2019
"From its timely socio-political concerns to its conflicted and tormented protagonist, all the ingredients to make a legitimately great film were there. But without the proper directorial chops to effectively convey his ideas and standpoints with cinematic verve, Schrader's film came across a grating and mostly unconvincing retread of earlier, greater works it's clearly inspired by. Also, De Palma called, he wants his ending back."