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Celluloid Junkie - 2990 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 13, 2012

Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

Age: 36

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67 53% Dog (2022) - Dec 04, 2022
"It's predictable and nothing groundbreaking. But Tatum does a great job of keeping an emotional engagement throughout punctuated with just the right amount of humor."
58 30% The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) - Dec 01, 2022
"I can't put my finger on what it is, but everything felt just a little off the mark here. I'd also heard for years that this film gives you crazy wanderlust, so I was always waiting until there was a good time to watch this right before a vacation. It did not give me wanderlust at all, so I don't know where or why I'd heard that. Douchebag Adam Scott is the best Adam Scott."
72 68% The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022) - Nov 14, 2022
"The plot was actually better than I expected, even if a lot of the beats were telegraphed. But this lives and dies on the relationship between Cage and Pascal, and that is really good. We've gotten a ton of post-modern comedy over the last decade and this still finds a way to feel fresh and fun."
66 51% Wrath of Man (2021) - Nov 06, 2022
"Not really what I was expecting from a Ritchie movie. Lacked the humor and the visuals/style was a little rough around the edges with some odd choices. But it's good as a straightforward crime/suspense flick. Statham can only ever be Statham, but that's not necessarily a bad thing."
43 9% Hocus Pocus 2 (2022) - Oct 25, 2022
"The Sanderson sisters still have some fun, and the kids are almost entirely forgettable. The humor is pretty on par with the first. This is probably objectively better than the original, but it doesn't really add much new to give it a reason for existing beyond just going back to the well."
78 84% Bros (2022) - Oct 22, 2022
"I generally find Billy Eichner's brand of comedy annoying, so I was very happily surprised that this was so hilarious (in a very Apatow way). Also interesting how it captured the complexity of gay dating and relationships, as opposed to just making a traditional rom-com storyline but swapping the woman for another man. And totally unrelated, but one time I smoked a couple joints with Guillermo Diaz and he hit on me at a pool party; great guy."
78 84% Boiling Point (2021) - Oct 17, 2022
"You can definitely feel that this was a passion project. Meticulously crafted to just heap piles and piles of anxiety on you. I've never worked in a proper restaurant, but now I feel like I have."
78 84% Rosemary's Baby (1968) - Oct 16, 2022
"This really is not the movie I was expecting it to be at all. It takes a while to get going, but the tension is fantastic from about the midway point until the end. I can understand why some don't enjoy the ending, but I actually thought it was great. It's also a great exploration of society's treatment of women, though that exploration is certainly muddled by the fact that Polanski was the writer/director."
56 26% Poltergeist (1982) - Oct 15, 2022
"I guess seeing this for the first time as an adult in 2022 is probably not ideal. But this feels weirdly like a kids/family movie that is just punctuated by a few adult horror moments. I knew Hooper directed and did not know of Speilberg's involvement, so I always thought this would be a lot more raw. Glad I saw it if only to better understand all the references."
79 87% Never Have I Ever (2020) - Oct 12, 2022
"While there are a ton of things I love about this show, it really all comes down to how absolutely fantastic Ramakrishnan's performance is. Such a richly layered performance, while also staying fun and funny. And I love the writing. Like most great art, the show has that perfect blend of specific and universal. This show is just a real gem."