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morphinapg

Cinema Addict - 1399 Film Ratings

Member Since: Mar 12, 2019

Location: USA

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86 83% Suburgatory (2011) - Sep 22, 2021
"I absolutely love this show. Jane Levy is brilliant, and there are a ton of great supporting actors in it as well. I wish more people had watched it, because it got canceled much too soon."
71 53% The Nevers (2021) - Sep 22, 2021
"Although he has sullied his name in recent years, I am still a fan of Joss Whedon's work. This, like other Whedon shows, starts out slow, but has enough there to pull you in to wanting to see more. Each episode things start getting more interesting, and the midseason finale for season 1 just took it up to 11. It reminded me a lot of the first season finale of Dollhouse, giving us a glimpse of what was yet to come. I'm excited to see more."
78 70% Serendipity (2001) - Sep 22, 2021
"I think this movie is a lot better than most people would probably expect. John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale give really great performances and have great chemistry here, and there's some solid funny moments throughout. Better than most rom coms imo. The supporting cast is great too, with Jeremy Piven, Eugene Levy, Molly Shannon, and John Corbett all having some fun moments."
98 97% Veronica Mars (2004) - Sep 20, 2021
"This show is excellent, one of my favorites. Despite being early in Kristen Bell's career, she still gives a brilliant performance, and the supporting cast is great as well. Rob Thomas allows his cast to adlib a lot as well, which really adds to the chemistry between the characters. The first two seasons especially are brilliant. Season 3 and 4 don't hold up as well (or the movie), but there's still some strong stuff there."
75 63% Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet (2020) - Sep 20, 2021
"The cast is quite good, and I love the little clips of real games thrown in. I'm also a big fan of Ashly Burch from both Ash Whatcha Playin as well as her roles in a few games I love, so it was great seeing her in a proper live action show like this. Each season seems to have a special one off episode that takes a more serious tone and revolves around different characters, which are really well done. I hope it gets renewed for a third season, but that ending works well if not."
86 83% Unhinged (2020) - Sep 20, 2021
"Well holy crap this movie is intense. Seriously, one of most tense movies I've seen. Russel Crowe gives a great performance, and I thought Caren Pistorius did a great job really pushing the audience to feel the suspense and serious worry for what was going to happen next. I don't really understand the complaints I've seen from some people, aside from one particular line, which was silly but it worked just fine. I was thoroughly entertained and surprised by this movie."
65 32% Mr. Mayor (2021) - Sep 17, 2021
"It's a fairly simple show but it got plenty of laughs out of me. Pretty solid cast. I look forward to more."
77 68% Free Guy (2021) - Sep 17, 2021
"At its core it's a pretty fun movie. I think overall more could have been done with it that would have made it great, but overall Ryan Reynolds and this world do a great job keeping me entertained throughout. I enjoyed Jodie Comer's role as well, and while I like Taika Waititi, I don't think every moment with him lands as much as I would have liked. "
85 81% The Morning Show (2019) - Sep 15, 2021
"This show surprised me. I didn't really know what to expect from it, as the concept didn't sound all that interesting at its core, but the acting, writing, and directing were all done so well, it kept me drawn in the whole time. Can't wait for season 2!"
65 32% In the Loop (2009) - Sep 15, 2021
"I'm currently watching The Thick of It, so I wanted to check out this movie, which is essentially an alternate universe version of that show with a slightly bigger budget, and where part of it takes place in America. Peter Capaldi is great as Malcom Tucker, as he is in the show, and the various supporting characters all have their charm. Overall though, I didn't think the story was the best I've seen from this format."