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snallygaster

Cinema Addict - 1580 Film Ratings

Member Since: Oct 9, 2010

Location: Japan

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54 54% Bo Burnham: Inside (2021) - Jun 16, 2021
57 58% Formula 1: Drive to Survive (2019) - May 31, 2021
"Emphasizing individual drama and internal politics is surprisingly effective, as is the decision to focus on the non-Lewis Hamilton / Mercedes drivers. Despite not knowing much about F1 coming in I felt pretty well-acquainted with each driver and team by the second season. That said, I'm not sure this template can sustain interest forever. I would like more focus on the strategic and technical elements of the race, although I can understand this might dumb down the series for F1 fans."
71 79% Train to Busan (2016) - Apr 13, 2021
37 29% Attack the Block (2011) - Apr 07, 2021
55 56% The 100 (2014) - Mar 19, 2021
"The good: "world-building," which usually counts for very little with me, is very effective here. The classical ethical themes also add interest although they're well exhausted by season 3. The makeup! Persistent wounds that slowly heal over time! The bad: Of course the characters, dialogue, plot and camerawork are all pretty asinine. "
60 63% Harold and Maude (1971) - Jan 28, 2021
"I wish I'd seen this sooner; all I could think of was the onslaught of Manic Pixie Dream Girl films around the turn of the century."
38 31% Booksmart (2019) - Dec 23, 2020
"It's got enough funny bits, and the performances are good. The script is half-baked, like it was thrown together during shooting, which is astonishing for something with four writers and a decade of rewrites."
68 75% First Reformed (2018) - Dec 06, 2020
1% The Endless Summer (1966) - Nov 30, 2020
64 69% Boys State (2020) - Nov 22, 2020
"If I ever meet anyone who's been through a Lord of the Flies or Battle Royale type experience, I'll try to be sympathetic to whatever psychological damage they've suffered. If I ever meet anyone who's been through Boys State, I'm walking away fast, hopefully with a crucifix in my pocket. Not their fault, but I can't risk giving them the benefit of the doubt. "