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Cinema Addict - 1890 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 19, 2018

Location: UK

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10 3% Red Dawn (2012) - Aug 11, 2020
20 9% Ghostbusters (2016) - Aug 11, 2020
55 38% Fritz the Cat (1972) - Aug 09, 2020
80 75% Palm Springs (2020) - Jul 13, 2020
"UQFR #138: Palm Springs is a really refreshing take on a classic idea, mostly due to the sharp script, lovable leads, swift pacing and an unconventional narrative. Not to mention it was really refreshing to see Samberg not overdo his high pitch NOICE."
50 34% Tomb Raider (2018) - Jul 13, 2020
"UQFR #137: As I am finally allowed to leave my home my QR will not be as usual as it used to be. Onto Tomb Raider; The film manages to translate the 2018 reboot to a decent entertaining action-adventure, but also contains a fair amount of faults, namely the antagonist, dialogue & clich├ęd plot points. However, Vikander is cool as ever and tries her best to overcome its faults. It's not bad but fails to live up to its potential."
70 59% The Last of Sheila (1973) - Jun 23, 2020
"UQFR #136: Fun whodunnit with an underappreciated cast, except Welch. More like Belch."
30 15% The First Purge (2018) - Jun 23, 2020
"UQFR #135: Ham-fisted DNC politics party. Boring"
15 6% The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) - Jun 20, 2020
"UQFR #134: Christopher Lee has 3 nipples in this film and its so well known that James Bond added a 3rd nipple to disguise himself as Scaramanga."
85 83% The Swimmer (1968) - Jun 13, 2020
"UQFR #133: A surreal and bleak allegory on the American Dream, or rather Nightmare. Burt Lancaster is fantastic as the suburban upper-class lothario, whose reality slowly comes undone with every pool he visits. The sense of uneasiness lingers throughout its runtime and accentuates the growing rot beneath the constructed social identities of New England suburbia."