Celluloid Junkie - 2626 Film Ratings
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|76 54%||Time (2020) - Oct 21, 2020
"A fascinating collection of vignettes, including a lot of home video footage, depicting the experience of a family whose father has spent the last 20 years incarcerated. Very personal, and all the better for it."
|82 82%||Boys State (2020) - Oct 21, 2020
"The scariest movie of the year is a documentary. This film demonstrates the logical consequence of teaching kids that debates and politics are games in which you have to conquer your opponent instead of something where people should work together to achieve a common goal."
|74 43%||The Lost Boys (1987) - Oct 21, 2020
"In some ways a predecessor to Buffy, but also one of the most 80s movies imaginable. Welcome to the murder capital of the world."
|66 18%||Zardoz (1974) - Oct 21, 2020
"There are enough bizarre, absurd and freaky things in this movie to make it worth a watch, but not always enough to make up for its pseudo-deep psychedelic sci-fi navel-gazing."
|61 13%||Ophelia (2018) - Oct 21, 2020
"I watched this because I've been on a Hamlet kick lately, but it was mostly disappointing. It has a very good cast and it looks good, but for the most part it's neither a particular good adaptation nor an interesting enough reinterpretation. I did enjoy the closing throne room scene though."
|82 82%||The 40-Year-Old Version (2020) - Oct 21, 2020
"This was really good! Funny, insightful, and filmed in a very nice black and white."
|83 85%||Three Colors: Red (1994) - Oct 21, 2020
"I don't really know anything about Kieslowski, but this felt like the work of a filmmaker reflecting on his own life and profession. Among other things, the film questions the morality of observing and judging other people. A strong finish to a very good trilogy."
|79 68%||Three Colors: White (1994) - Oct 21, 2020
"I wish this movie had a bit more time for its plot, because there are so many crazy plot developments. A little silly, especially in comparison to its two companion movies, but very entertaining."
|81 78%||Three Colors: Blue (1993) - Oct 21, 2020
"A beautifully shot and acted film about grief and the need for human connection."
|74 43%||Who Am I (2014) - Oct 12, 2020