Cinema Addict - 1631 Film Ratings
Member Since: Apr 19, 2009
Bio: Hi! I am very fond of American, Italian and Russian cinema.
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|90 98%||Some Like It Hot (1959) - Dec 15, 2009
"Viewed for 1st time in 2009. Hilarious from start to finish, with no boring parts and lots of physical comedy. One of the funniest movies I've ever seen, and the humor has aged remarkably well. If only modern comedies could get back to the basics of physical comedy, buffoonery and back-and-forth dialog, there would be far more worth seeing in the theaters these days. Marilyn Monroe does a great job, and obviously so do the two leads. I loved the fast pace, with no boring sappy parts anywhere. "
|95 99%||Jurassic Park (1993) - Apr 19, 2009
"One of a kind. Modern special effects still haven't been able to achieve the level of detail and sheer realism showcased in Jurassic Park. These days special effects just end up making everything on screen look cartoonish. In Jurassic Park you can see thousands of individual raindrops landing on the tyrannasaurus's snout, and the way all the dinosaurs move and react is incredible. Saw this on the big screen when I was 9 and I was scared as hell."
|70 77%||Unstoppable (2010) - Mar 14, 2011
"Sure the acting from much of the cast was hammy at times, and a lot of the lines were just lame, the news report cutaways are far too numerous, and there is a bit too much "made-for-tv-action-movie-style" editing and slow motion, but there is also a lot to like here. The pacing is bang on, there is a genuine sense of suspense which builds gradually over the course of the film, Denzel Washington delivers a solid performance, and impressive sound editing conveys the sheer mass of the trains."
|70 77%||Hunter Killer (2018) - Dec 31, 2018
"Great cast, great performances, great production value. Very good submarine thriller."
|90 98%||Eurotrip (2004) - Apr 19, 2009
"If you are North American and have ever lived in Europe for longer than a year, this movie is a must-see. I think what a lot of people miss here is that this isn't really a comedy for Americans -- it's a comedy for anyone who's had to endure the complete idiocy of American tourists. It is a satire not of Europeans, but rather of Americans' ignorant perceptions of them. Well done."