Cinema Addict - 1109 Film Ratings
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Bio: Colombian Software Engineer who loves movies.
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|25 7%||The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) - Aug 03, 2017
"Upon watching I couldn't tell what this movie was about and I still can't. I have the understanding that it's a comedy yet I didn't laugh. The characters were annoying and the movie felt very much like the sequence of still frames all of them are."
|12 2%||Hardcore Henry (2016) - Aug 07, 2017
"The gimmick wears itself thin in less than five minutes and nothing else happens that makes it worthwhile; I stopped counting annoying Copleys at 3."
|82 89%||Avengers: Endgame (2019) - Apr 25, 2019
"It isn't a repeat of the narrative wonder that was Infinity War, is often oddly concerned with making callbacks and the comedy doesn't flow as naturally as usual, but it is a worthy conclusion to the story that's been built over the past eleven years."
|92 97%||The Lost City of Z (2017) - Aug 06, 2017
"Masterful direction, subtle acting, gorgeous visuals and tragic story make for an explorer epic that is deeply affecting and memorable."
|53 31%||Green Room (2016) - Aug 09, 2017
"The performances are good, but the movie loses all personality once it hits the one hour mark, then it devolves into convoluted and pseudo-intellectual social commentary, or something resembling that."
|74 79%||Fiddler on the Roof (1971) - Aug 09, 2017
"A committed cast led by Topol and a few great songs in a beautifully detailed period setting, "Fiddler on the Roof" is as beguiling as its titular character."
|44 20%||Into the Storm (2014) - Aug 07, 2017
"It's trite and predictable, only occasionally good thanks to the special effects and the artificial characterization the found-footage offers, but that's it."
|64 54%||Brightburn (2019) - May 23, 2019
"It's an interesting concept, the performances are great and it's choke full of references and homages, both subtle and overt. It suffers from a repetitive nature, but it holds through."