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Cinema Addict - 2298 Film Ratings

Member Since: Aug 1, 2009

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73 39% The Wife (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce are both great in this character drama. Their performances elevate the rest of the film, which is mostly fine, but has at least one good surprise in store."
49 6% Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"I almost want to give the film credit for going completely off the rails instead of following in the footsteps of its inoffensive yet hyper-successful predecessor, but in the end it just gets way too dumb for that."
52 7% Venom (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"I wish just one of the three credited screenwriters had committed even half as much to writing a competent script as Tom Hardy commits to his madcap portrayal of Eddie "EDDIEEEEEEE" Brock."
76 54% Lucky (2017) - Jan 10, 2019
"This contemplation of life, spirituality and mortality offers a funny, absurd, and very fitting conclusion to Harry Dean Stanton's long and storied career."
81 78% Cold War (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"A beautifully shot romance that has little mercy for its characters (or its audience) as it ruthlessly jumps from country to country and from decade to decade, leaving precious little time to stop and smell the roses."
81 78% The Aviator (2004) - Jan 10, 2019
"Scorsese and DiCaprio craft a compelling portrait of a fascinating figure. The film's supporting cast, first among them Cate Blanchett, is excellent as well. The film's unique color grading should come with a warning though, otherwise you might just spend the first hour wondering who messed up your TV settings."
78 63% Heavy Trip (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"A charming comedy about an aspiring Finnish death metal group, with many loving jokes and references for fans of the genre (and a surprisingly good original song). Non-metalheads should find plenty to enjoy as well, even if some of the broader jokes and side characters fall a bit flat."
83 85% Bad Times at the El Royale (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"Just as he did with Cabin in the Woods and horror, director Drew Goddard's take on a Tarantino-style crime film both reinvigorates the genre while also cleverly commenting on why and how we like to watch these movies."
83 85% The Favourite (2018) - Jan 10, 2019
"A delightfully mean period comedy about power struggles at the royal court. All three leading ladies (and also Nicholas Hoult) are perfectly cast, and Lanthimos' unique style of filming gives the movie a very particular look."
73 39% Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda (2017) - Jan 10, 2019
"A portrait of Sakamoto's career that jumps back and forth through time, at times with little narrative throughline, but always accompanied by memorable interviews, images, and of course music."