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Celluloid Junkie - 3473 Film Ratings

Member Since: 02 Mar 2017

Location: Calgary, AB, Canada

Bio: Dude who will confuse some with ratings; like a bit of most genres, mostly sci-fi and action

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43 T1 Instinct Instinct (1999) - 06 Apr 2017
"Rather forgettable mess of a film which doesn't seem to decide what kind of movie it wants to be, and once again the useless Gooding drags it down."
66 T7 Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003) - 08 Sep 2017
"It's really not that bad as long as you go into it with an open mind knowing the original Harry and Lloyd aren't in it. Some good laughs and pretty good performance from the cast. Lighten up people it's just a silly comedy, which is what it intended to be."
80 T10 Big Bad Wolves Big Bad Wolves (2013) - 20 Jul 2018
"Wow! knew very little about this flick before seeing it, and that is probably the best way to go into a movie like this. Starts off like a seemingly quiet and tame movie, then goes through many sick and twisted little turns."
84 T10 Limitless Limitless (2011) - 02 Jan 2019
"Not a film for those who need every little detail explained to them. This is a really interesting sci-fi/thriller that tells a somewhat unique story. The action scenes are well made and the actors all do a fine job with their roles."
84 T10 Autómata Autómata (2014) - 08 Dec 2017
"Very well made post-apocalyptic film which chooses to generally keep it lower tech considering the timeline while still having interesting robots/A.I. The visuals and locations are great and really have you buying into the deserted feeling of the story. They really delve into Asimov's laws in an interesting way. The acting is well done, kudos to Banderas and the rest of the cast."
88 T10 Hollow Man Hollow Man (2000) - 02 Mar 2017
"Really good movie with a great story and pretty fine effects. Paul Verhoeven is one of the best at this style, and all the actors are fully bought into their roles. Remember people it's just a movie, not a documentary."