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Film Freak - 534 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jan 26, 2016

Location: France

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90 74% Oblomov (1980) - Jan 11, 2020
65 32% Coco (2017) - Jan 09, 2020
"A picture with so many cartoonish skeletons just looks awkward in CGI. The richness of the textures clashes with the simplicity of the characters design. While many CGI animated movies have moments that couldn't be achieved or would not look good in traditional hand drawn animation, this one could be transposed to 2D without any changes and would actually benefit from it . It also somehow feels much more "disney" than "pixar" to me (too corny and not smart enough)."
85 65% Casino (1995) - Nov 03, 2019
25 8% Ad Astra (2019) - Oct 27, 2019
"Given its anemic pseudo philosophical plot, Ad Astra could have been justified only as a pretext for some breathtaking cinematic space travel. Unfortunately, it is as boring visually as it is dramatically. And since when making a sad face in front of a camera is considered acting. I definitely want my money back... and my time too."
80 56% The Boss of It All (2006) - Oct 20, 2019
"Compulsive viewing"
75 47% The Departed (2006) - Oct 20, 2019
55 23% Hugo (2011) - Oct 12, 2019
"Insipid pedestrian film. You are really scraping the bottom of Scorsese's filmography here."
90 74% The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) - Oct 12, 2019
"I have to eat my hat now: the old fart still can make movies."
90 74% Close-Up (1990) - Oct 05, 2019
"It's like some of those great books that, even though you enjoy them genuinely, you have to force yourself a bit to continue. It's demanding, in other words. I would probably appreciate it even more if I could understand Persian and didn't have to read subtitles."
70 38% Kagemusha (1980) - Oct 05, 2019
"Kagemusha had no excuse for not being great, so I'm gonna be hard on it. The basic plot is elegant and promises a psychologically intense experience. Unfortunately, the realization is not up to it. Even the dramatically relevant scenes lack some backbone, and these are so diluted with irrelevant generic epic stuff you are hardly awake to really catch them. The Oda Nobunaga related historical references (as well as the acting) are distracting and annoyingly scholar. "