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mandy

Cinema Addict - 1654 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 8, 2010

Location: Yorkshire, UK

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45% 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her (1967) - Sep 18, 2021
"I didn’t really take to this it seemed overly french art house and philosophical. There was nothing I warmed to that made me want to unpack it more."
98% The Seventh Seal (1957) - Sep 14, 2021
"Visually memorable- the black and white cinematography imprints images in your mind that are unforgettable, even over many years. Incredibly profound and timeless."
74% Catch Me If You Can (2002) - Sep 05, 2021
"Light-hearted and entertaining crime caper but with a underlying sadness evoked by the performances of the 2 leads. The interest comes from the true story behind it."
92% In Bruges (2008) - Aug 18, 2021
"Dark comedy with a some extremely witty dialogue delivered perfectly by a strong cast. "
45% The Girl Can't Help It (1956) - Jul 30, 2021
"Lighthearted romantic comedy promoting the ideals of the time- an attractive woman who wants to get married and keep house. Memorable for its soundtrack."
92% Another Round (2020) - Jul 23, 2021
"A film, that takes no moral high ground, but for me exposed the sad relationship society has with alcohol and how it is perpetuated through each generation."
74% A Quiet Place Part II (2021) - Jun 13, 2021
"Very well put together- I really enjoyed this - first trip to cinema since the pandemic- and it seemed more relevant in many ways than the first- still keeps that intense feeling."
74% Barry Lyndon (1975) - Jun 08, 2021
"Slightly disapppointing on first viewing - I didnt like Ryan O'Neal in the role. "
92% Au revoir les enfants (1987) - Jun 08, 2021
"Poignant and surprising gentle."
45% Heat Wave (1954) - Mar 29, 2021
"Low budget British noir interesting pre - carry on role for Sid James- predictable but enjoyable."