Criticker Zealot - 6746 Film Ratings
Member Since: 16 Apr 2006
Location: Belleville, Illinois, USA
Age: 62
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Bio: Some of my most fondest moments involve the cinema. I believe I was blessed by my parents with a love for the movies! Some of my favorite actors are Robert De Niro, Will Ferrell, Richard Jenkins, Charlize Theron, Al Pacino, Julia Louise Dreyfus, Sean Bean, Clint Eastwood and some of my favorite directors are Joel and Ethan Cohen, Stanley Kubrick, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, and Quentin Tarantino to name a few.

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100 93% The Deer Hunter The Deer Hunter (1978) - Rated 17 Feb 2007
"While this is really Walken and Deniros movie the rest of the cast shine thru under Ciminos direction about the loss of innocence due too the atrocity of war. Although I know the word feels tossed around too much ,this movie is haunting."
85 55% Undead or Alive Undead or Alive (2007) - Rated 24 Mar 2010
"Ok... gory, cheesy ,and not the least bit apologetic. I'd hafta say I went into watching this film with very low expectations and I was pleasantly surprized.But then again you are reading a review from a zombiephile.Worth seeing with tongue-in-cheek and a big tub of buttered popcorn in the lap!"
100 93% Ravenous Ravenous (1999) - Rated 04 Aug 2008
"A quirky fucked up little film with awesome acting and a great score."
95 82% Requiem for a Dream Requiem for a Dream (2000) - Rated 16 Mar 2010
"Wow ..this is one dark movie! Bleak, unflinching, yet riveting plunge into the underbelly of drug addiction unerringly won me over! But is not for the weak at heart, nor the weak of stomache for that matter."
90 71% I Love You, Man I Love You, Man (2009) - Rated 29 Jan 2010
"Rioteously funny! Rudds fish out of water playing off Segals potential Bromance makes for very entertaining film! Must see!"
100 93% Motel Hell Motel Hell (1980) - Rated 14 Aug 2008
95 82% The Invention of Lying The Invention of Lying (2009) - Rated 05 Sep 2011
"Though a little heavy handed in its indictment of all religion its sweetness of a man discovering that lying has both dire and endearing qualities is refreshing..only Gervais could have pulled this movie off."
100 93% (500) Days of Summer (500) Days of Summer (2009) - Rated 24 Mar 2010
"As you enter into these charecters world you are told by the voiceover ( Richard McGonagle) this is not a love story.. however I believe it is just that! However lopsided it is. Levitt's and Deschanel's performances are remarkable,the script is touching and mesmerizing and the pacing is very capable.Highly recommended!"