Film Freak - 589 Film Ratings
Member Since: Jan 8, 2018
Location: CA, USA
Bio: i don't watch film
|55 24%||Brick (2005) - Dec 06, 2019
"This is pretty DOA with the whole film school student's first attempt at witty scriptwriting but there are some neat shots here and there. JGL in glasses is actually the dorkiest look ever my god."
|90 94%||The Florida Project (2017) - Dec 04, 2019
"Willem Dafoe the manager is the performance we never knew we needed"
|35 14%||X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) - Dec 03, 2019
"Still a lot further than I'd have liked, but probably the closest any entry in the series gets to true revolutionary politics. How can you cast Fassbender give him great politics and then make him the villain??"
|85 87%||The Irishman (2019) - Dec 03, 2019
"Too short. The last hour in particular is a beautiful meditative look back on de Niro's character's life, but on a broader level feels like Scorsese looking back on his film career (much like he did in Silence)."
|35 14%||X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) - Dec 02, 2019
"Every time one of these gets close to being pretty ok things start devolving into piss-looking fights"
|80 78%||The Neon Demon (2016) - Dec 01, 2019
"Like the stuffed lion and the mortuary corpses, the only way to stay beautiful is to be dead. "Beauty isn't everything, it's the only thing" is a good descriptor of Refn's filmmaking this decade."
|65 41%||Fear X (2003) - Nov 30, 2019
"Larry Smith steals the show with the deep blood-red colors of the hotel, but the rest of it isn't so bad either."
|30 11%||The Wolverine (2013) - Nov 30, 2019
"Hmm, I'm not gonna say it's *not* a little orientalist, but I'm also not gonna say it didn't make for better setpieces than usual. Last 30 minutes was surely the worst-looking mecha fight ever"
|80 78%||Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - Nov 30, 2019
"Tarantino's answer to The Life of Pablo is a sprawling, messy snapshot of auteurism and foot fetishism, leaping from idea to idea, chopping together trademark influences everywhere, and discarding the boundaries between film, fiction, and reality entirely."
|75 68%||Ethel & Ernest (2016) - Nov 29, 2019
"A surprisingly humanist look at how passing time leaves us behind and how lifelong love manifests in subtle ways. "