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natebarrios

Cinema Addict - 2124 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jan 29, 2011

Location: CA, USA

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70 54% Black Mother (2018) - Jun 25, 2020
"a meditative inside look at collective identity that I'm not sure how to be in the mood for, but is nonetheless beautiful and fascinating. I think the editing here is more audacious than Field, and there's some great flourishes here. but I think I am just more drawn to the subjects in his previous film, by my own personal preference. that said, this is a great project, and I can't wait for what Khalik Allah does next."
70 54% Michael Clayton (2007) - Jun 23, 2020
"this mothafucker is scripting!!!"
75 72% Da 5 Bloods (2020) - Jun 13, 2020
"what a fuckin' movie. The Wire actors remain undefeated. Spike strikes gold. and 'sheeeeeeeeeit' makes its return."
70 54% Trafic (1971) - Jun 10, 2020
"I fucked up by watching the last movie in the Hulot Cinematic Universe first."
45 11% Boys Don't Cry (1999) - Jun 07, 2020
75 72% LA 92 (2017) - Jun 03, 2020
"I would be born 176 days after the events of April 29, 1992 in Torrance, California. I'd live to see the events of May 26, 2020. And like the events in 1965, the nature of the American zeitgeist, the centuries of pain of the African-American people, and the failings of the nation's institutional systems are all present. Nothing's changed but the date."
70 54% Italianamerican (1974) - Jun 02, 2020
"beautiful mini-portrait, oral history, subjective documentary of loving, sincere material. and if I'm being honest, I just need something comforting. this has it. my mom taught me her recipe for spaghetti, it never occurred to me to put it in a credits sequence. just beautiful."
75 72% In a Lonely Place (1950) - Jun 01, 2020
"I wanna praise how dark and twisted the story gets for a 1950s Hollywood system picture, or how genuinely murky the certainty of the viewer's judgment of these complex characters gets over time, or even that iconic line, but... I really just can't stop thinking about how his name is "Dix Steele"!"
50 16% Tigertail (2020) - Jun 01, 2020
"I miss Edward Yang (no familial relation to Alan Yang), and all this movie did was make me wish I was watching his movies instead. I appreciate where this movie is coming from, but halfway through I was almost frustrated that I hadn't had a single rush of excitement while watching this. "