uses cookies to recognize visitors and provide a better experience. Learn more about how we use cookies in our privacy policy. By continuing to use the site, or by pressing agree, you are giving your consent to our use of cookies.
login | register
0 film ratings

Criticker Zealot - 10967 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jun 24, 2012

Location: Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Bio: I like watching movies purely for entertainment, so I tend not
to care if it's a "good film" "a Classic" or about style,
technique, or whatever.
more Featured Reviews
77 82% Swift Shaolin Boxer (1978) - Aug 16, 2018
"This is one crazy movie when I didn't know what the hell was going on for most of it. At the one hour mark some crazy hoping vampire stuff starts happening for no real rhyme or reason. There is lots and I mean lots of fighting and Kung-Fu action with most of it being really good. Some of the sounds effects were really odd and the film had some strange humorous bits during otherwise serious scenes. The film was a blast and a hell of a lot of fun plus as a bonus... [Read Full Review]"
38 15% Fire (1996) - Aug 16, 2018
"I really didn't like anything about this movie aside for the cinematography. The direction is very clunky I I really didn't like how they portrayed all of the male characters as completely despicable. The film seems like it makes the statement that the two women had no other choice but to turn to each for love. If they had simply fallen in love that would've been one thing but the way it was portrayed was poorly done... [Read Full Review]"
80 88% Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) - Aug 06, 2018
"In terms of content this was one of the best most uplifting documentaries I've seen in a long time. The film isn't about the show or the story of Fred Rogers' life it's a film about Mr. Rogers' core philosophy and how it touched so many lives. I never watched the show religiously growing up but it is one of the shows that really suck with me. Watching this really brought back memories and feeling of my childhood It also had me reflecting and doing a bit of introspecting. It's not a perfect ... [Read Full Review]"
82 91% Scandal (1950) - Aug 07, 2018
"This movie felt similar in a lot of ways to the earlier Drunken Angel from '48. Toshirô Mifune is surprisingly mild mannered and handles it well but a is always the case Takashi Shimura steals every scene he's in, he doesn't need to say or real even do anything and he conveys more emotion than most actors could even hope to achieve. A good script with a still timely story with powerful acting from every actor no matter the roles. My only complaint is ... [Read Full Review]"