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mattorama12

Celluloid Junkie - 2645 Film Ratings

Member Since: Feb 12, 2012

Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

Age: 33

Gender: Male

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68 57% Cheers (1982) - Aug 22, 2019
"Compared with its peers, it's absolutely a masterpiece. It's definitely dated now but still holds a special place. Although it's a true ensemble show, it really stands on the strength of a few of the characters--mainly Sam, Norm, and Cliff."
50 17% Glee (2009) - Aug 22, 2019
"The first half of the first season was really good. It should have just ended after that though."
60 36% John Adams (2008) - Aug 22, 2019
"Man. This feels like it was great, except I just couldn't get past my hatred of Giamatti. I could never get lost in the time period, because why the fuck was Paul Giamatti there? I could never get lost in the drama, because again, why was the bad guy with the blue pain from that one shitty Frankie Munoz movie there?"
76 80% Mid90s (2018) - Aug 20, 2019
"Growing up as a skater in the mid 90s, this was obviously right in the sweet spot for me. Ray was the real standout here. Has a really nice authentic feel overall. The actual skate scenes are undoubtedly the best ever put in an actual movie, and the in-movie skate video is pitch perfect."
40 8% The House Bunny (2008) - Aug 19, 2019
"I generally like Farris and love Stone. But even they couldn't save this."
73 72% Tangled (2010) - Aug 13, 2019
"It has a lot of fun expanding upon the basic Rapunzel fairy tale. I really enjoyed the characters and there's a lot of nice comedy here. The music was instantly forgettable, unfortunately, and that's the only thing that really keeps this out of the top Disney tier."
79 86% Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - Aug 12, 2019
"There's not too much here in the way of story. But all of the lead characters are very interesting, and most are very funny. (This may be Tarantino's funniest picture, overall.) The setting and scenery is where it all really shines, though. Seeing a Tarantino vision of late 60's Hollywood is just so much fun it would be hard not to love this."
58 32% Lilo & Stitch (2002) - Aug 12, 2019
"Stitch is a fun character. The overall weirdness of the movie should have made it feel original, but instead it just felt like they didn't know how to really go out on such a limb."
83 92% Chernobyl (2019) - Aug 05, 2019
"Really good mini-series. It manages to present the science and the human stories so well. The themes are well handled and really come to a head by the end. The way it was structured was used creatively to really tell a story, which I think is usually a challenge for any type of disaster movie/show."
77 82% Avengers: Endgame (2019) - Aug 05, 2019
"This is truly a monument to storytelling. It was genuinely successful in wrapping up the entire saga that's led up to this point. It did that in 3 hours that were never rushed, and still felt like it got in pretty much everything it needed to. The trickiest part of this movie was really creating stakes, since it follows 20+ movies where there were never really any. And it did that so successfully that the final action sequence is one that I cared about for a change. Great stuff."