FunkyAstro

funkyastro
Celluloid Junkie - 2538 Film Ratings
Member Since: 14 Jul 2009
Age: 38
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Bio: I'm 29 and am smothered by a suburbanite town in the middle of Michigan, filled with uncouth humanoids and their prejudices. I enjoy long walks on the beach and staring at walls until they change color. Seriously, where did I set my fucking drink?

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40 39% The Mummy The Mummy (1999) - Rated 06 Jul 2013
100 99% Through a Glass Darkly Through a Glass Darkly (1961) - Rated 16 Jan 2012
"A mentally ill woman plagued with the gripping clutches of this cruel mistress. A younger brother, naive and hit with a ton of bricks. A logical lover with no answers to give. A guilty father being crushed under the weight of himself. Feelings ranging from sexual to suicide. Immorality to god itself. This is probably the best Bergman I've seen yet. I am just absolutely struck by this film. Will take me a while to digest."
1% Ayn Rand & the Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged Ayn Rand & the Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged (2011) - Rated 26 Dec 2012
"An absolute horrid and disgusting way to torture myself. I would rather start cutting my wrists than ever see another image of that crotchety old bitch. If there were one book in the world that deserves to be burned it would be Atlas Shrugged. I hope that cult and all the other mindless children that follow her eventually get drug out of their homes and hung in the street. Once I take over the world, to even mutter her filthy pseudo philosophy will be made punishable by excruciating death."
100 99% 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - Rated 14 Jul 2009
"This is Kubrick's gem and film at its best. What my eyes witnessed was fine tuned beauty within this universe, whether it be natural or artificial. This film makes your mind go in so many ways, as you watch and wonder; are we trying to understand the meaning of the film or the meaning of life itself? It also delivers the greatest villain of all time, HAL9K. 2001 is a fine example of the relationship between art and cinema. A sensory masterpiece."