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Film Freak - 822 Film Ratings

Member Since: Aug 11, 2015

Location: Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Age: 36

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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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100 89% The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) - Aug 17, 2015
"he film features an American having trouble adjusting to Japanese culture and ends with big race. (Is that a spoiler? Isn't obvious that a Fast and the Furious movie is going to conclude with a little car-on-car action?) But even mentioning Lost in Translation and Cars in this review devalues them. "
98 76% Anastasia (1997) - Sep 16, 2015
"Anastasia, princess of the Romanov dynasty, whose childhood comes to an abrupt end when the evil magician Rasputin(Christopher Lloyd)places a curse on the czar's family. Thrown off her pedestal, the newly orphaned Anastasia grows up into "Anya"(Meg Ryan). Then she runs into Dimitri(John Cusack),a former palace servant-turned-dashing con man.He's looking for someone to pretend to be princess,so that he can return her to her exiled grandmother in Paris and collect a reward. "
100 89% Cliffhanger (1993) - Aug 20, 2015
"Gabe Walker (Sylvester Stallone) is a member of a mountain climbing rescue team. When one of his operations goes wrong and the girlfriend of his best friend, Hal Tucker (Michael Rooker), is killed, Gabe blames himself and leaves. Eight months later, after setting up a life in Denver, he returns to the mountains to persuade his lover, Jessie (Janine Turner), to come with him. While he's there, a call for help comes in and Gabe decides to become involved in one last rescue attempt. However, unknow"
95 60% Scream 4 (2011) - Sep 01, 2015
"It has been many years since the Ghostface Killer cut a deadly path through the town of Woodsboro. In order to get over the trauma of those horrific events, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) has written a self-help book. She returns to Woodsboro for her book tour, and reconnects with old friends Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) and Sheriff Dewey (David Arquette). However, Sidney's arrival also sparks the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney and everyone she loves in danger."
100 89% Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) - Sep 06, 2015
"Director Gore Verbinski takes a playful approach to the pirate genre, mixing in all the usual scallywag elements with a sharp-witted sense of humor and fun. He anchors what could have been a movie with nothing but big effects not on his ships, but on his stars, who carry us through a film that looks to have been every bit as wild to make as it is to watch. "
95 60% The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) - Sep 10, 2015
"You know, I can understand the desire to remake The Day the Earth Stood Still... I really can. The original film had a great concept, it's stood the test of time, and the temptation to revisit it with today's visual effects must have been overwhelming. But one of the first rules of remakes is: You don't remake classic films"
100 89% The Terminator (1984) - Aug 20, 2015
"The Terminator (1984), the first of four science-fiction action-thriller films, has often been considered by most film reviewers to be a better-crafted film than its popular sequels, with fewer special-effects and pretention. Its three sequels include: James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), director Jonathan Mostow's Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), and McG's Terminator Salvation (2009)."
100 89% Jurassic Park (1993) - Aug 26, 2015
"The effects have dated remarkably well here. Now has an amusingly quaint quality in the set-up, with two paleontologists who've never heard of chaos theory visiting a ridiculously unfortified dinosaur reserve built by an occasionally Scottish impresario-nutcase. Still, plenty of sequences have become iconic for good reason. As one of Spielberg's purest suspense rides, it's gimmicky, giddy, and still great value."
98 76% Batman Begins (2005) - Aug 20, 2015
""Batman Begins" blew me away from start to finish and kept me glued to my seat for its almost two-and-a-half hour running time. It features astounding action sequences expertly directed by Christopher Nolan. Of course, it also contains an amazing cast, led by Bale's flawless performance. And yes, in my opinion it finally gets the central character of Batman correct. This version of Bruce Wayne/Batman isn't some perfect, all knowing and wise crime fighter. "
100 89% The Dark Knight Rises (2012) - Aug 30, 2015
"The Dark Knight Rises is not so much a superhero flick as it is a tense crime drama--grounded in a strong semblance of reality despite the flapping capes. For the most part, Christopher Nolan eschews CGI whiz-bang for gritty realism here, and the result is a compelling but not altogether "fun" piece of cinema."