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hakkanarejo

Film Freak - 822 Film Ratings

Member Since: Aug 11, 2015

Location: Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Age: 36

Gender: Male

Bio: I'm great fan of movies & music. I have my personal library of films collection.

Movies! Talk about them and I go crazy. I simply love watching movies and talking about them. Surely, there are numerous movie buffs around. If you're the one movie maniac who loves all the filmy gossips then you just gotta give it a start and believe me you'll get amazing stuff.

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95 60% Hulk (2003) - Sep 10, 2015
"The story opens with Bruce Banner's father, Dr. David Banner, performing experiments to enhance cellular regeneration in 1966. Working at the appropriately named "Desert Base," Banner is reporting to a Major Ross, who orders the experiments to end with animal trials. In true Dr. McCoy fashion, Banner is so convinced of his work that he tries it on himself. When Banner's wife announces she's pregnant, panic begins to set it. Has this self-inflicted genetic mutation passed to his child?"
100 89% Beauty and the Beast (1991) - Aug 20, 2015
"Twenty years old, anyway, going on 21. Beauty and the Beast, the Walt Disney Studio's 30th cartoon feature, cast a quick, sure spell over audiences, critics and the Motion Picture Academy. The first animated feature to be nominated for Best Picture, the movie also secured three of the five slots in the Best Original Song category, winning for the title tune. After many permutations on VHS and DVD, the film is back in theaters in new versions & formats like 3D, DVD etc"
100 89% Kingdom of Heaven (2005) - Aug 30, 2015
"The film does an excellent job of telling the story of Muslim warrior Saladin leading his troops to capture Jerusalem from the Christian Europeans that controlled it at the time. The Holy Land is, of course, revered by the followers of all three of the world's major religions. But this story is focused on a man finding honor after entering an environment where war seemed inevitable."
100 89% Toy Story 3 (2010) - Aug 20, 2015
"The first two "Toy Story" movies centered on the relationship between a boy and his toys. In Disney/Pixar's "Toy Story 3," Andy has grown to college age and the story leaves the toys pretty much on their own. In a third act where they find themselves fighting for life on a conveyor belt to a garbage incinerator, we fear it could be renamed "Toy Story Triage.""
96 72% A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - Sep 15, 2015
"Wes Craven's original 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street introduced Freddy Krueger, a hideously burned, bloodthirsty spitball of menace who murdered his victims when they succumbed to sleep. Ironically, most of the critics who caught the 2010 remake found themselves struggling to stay awake for very different reasons, with no razor-taloned angel of death to put them out of their misery."
98 76% Munich (2005) - Aug 26, 2015
"Avner (Eric Bana), an Israeli field agent, leads a team of operatives assigned to assassinate Palestinians they have been told masterminded the kidnapping and murder of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games. Rated R for consistent violence, mutilation, sexual content, and nudity."
97 73% Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) - Aug 25, 2015
"Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome is a Golden Globe-nominated 1985 film, the third installment in the action movie Mad Max franchise, succeeding The Road Warrior. The film was directed by George Miller and George Ogilvie, and stars Mel Gibson and Tina Turner. The original music score was composed by Maurice Jarre. The movie provides additional back story to the original Mad Max and Mad Max 2, showing a nuclear war following the energy crisis referenced in the beginning of Mad Max 2. "
100 89% Bloodsport (1988) - Aug 29, 2015
"Bloodsport stars ultrahuman Jean-Claude Van Damme as Frank Dux (that's DUKES), a super awesome fighter guy who leaves the army so he can compete in a super-secret underground fighting tournament in Hong Kong, known as KUMITE. He pals around with a brawny American wrestler-type, romances a blonde reporter lady, runs from military police hot on his trail, and kicks the shit out of a lot of people. And meditates while doing splits. Like, a lot. What a showoff."
95 60% I Am Legend (2007) - Sep 15, 2015
"Robert Neville is brilliant scientist but even he could not contain the terrible virus that was unstoppable.Neville is now last human survivor in what is left of New York City.But he is not alone.He is surrounded by "the infected"victims of the plague who have mutated into carnivorous beings that can only exist in dark & that will infect anyone.For 3years Neville has spent his days scavenging for food and supplies and faithfully sending out radio messages desperate to find any other survivors"
95 60% Nick of Time (1995) - Sep 06, 2015
"Watson(Johnny Depp) now a single father of 7year old Lynn(Courtney Chase) Arriving at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles Gene and Lynn are picked from the crowd by enigmatic Mr Smith(Christopher Walken)for a devious task Smith gives Gene a gun and a little over an hour to commit a murder or else his daughter will be killed Target is the governor of Marsha Mason Watson then has to balance the life of his daughter with the far-ranging conspiracy he finds himself caught up in time is running out"