Cinema Addict - 1579 Film Ratings
Member Since: Dec 9, 2011
Location: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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|61 90%||Joker (2019) - Nov 23, 2019
"The chaos in the last leg is worth praising. I would have let the last half-hour pull me into another 3. Yet, films like Fight Club and Requiem for a Dream were even more gritty and bleak 20 years ago. I’m feeling too jaded for these dark-green, famous-actor-loses-50-pounds, oscar-baits."
|50 25%||Dr. Dolittle (1998) - Nov 08, 2019
"The first two sentences of the summary are unnecessarily specific, and I’m loving every minute of it."
|50 25%||Anger Management (2003) - Nov 08, 2019
"I have a feeling that Adam Sandler ruins his movies with his own poor ideas of what would be funny to put in. There are always these weird moments in all of his movies that stick out like a sore thumb for being embarrassingly unfunny and juvenile. I think this is a Caddyshack. A hilarious script turned into a movie that doesn’t make me laugh at all. (Except when Buddy wants Dave to explain who he is)"
|40 12%||Selena (1997) - Nov 08, 2019
"Jennifer Lopez is a boring actress."
|43 13%||Backcountry (2015) - Nov 08, 2019
"The bear attack scene is possibly the most memorable moment of violence I have ever seen in a movie. You may gather from my score how I feel about the rest. (not good) It was so much like a lifetime movie, that for a while I thought the bear was going to become a teen dad. Cause that's the thing about fatherhood: it comes when you least expect it."
|51 40%||47 Meters Down (2016) - Nov 08, 2019
"Ever heard of Claire Holt? Me neither. That’s why Mandy Moore is the one with the modest swimwear."
|43 13%||Scream 4 (2011) - Nov 07, 2019
"At least the series is definitely over now, because none of the letters in ‘scream’ look like a 5."
|51 40%||The Best of Enemies (2019) - Apr 24, 2019
"Another film about bravery, made by a filmmaker that won’t take the slightest artistic risks. It hits all the old familiar beats, which will always produce an effective, if highly mediocre movie-going experience. The trailer should be an infomercial. “Love watching lifetime movies, but need a NIGHT OUT?”"
|41 13%||Apollo 11 (2019) - Apr 07, 2019
"There’s plenty of video footage of nothing happening, but anything interesting is only shown as still pictures. It’s cool to see young Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in high def, but after about 45 minutes, I was feeling a little like “goodnight, moon”, if ya know what I mean."
|55 70%||Us (2019) - Apr 07, 2019
"Without any explanation about these doppelgängers, I found their presence annoying more than frightening while sitting through the first half. The second half left me wondering why the film had wasted so much time, when there were more interesting places to go. It lacks the ingenuity of Get Out, with the ending being an especially unoriginal twist."