Cinema Addict - 1757 Rankings
Member Since: Jan 19, 2007
Bio: My reviews are a collection of the movies I have seen since 2005. The scores I give mean everything and nothing. Mostly nothing. Unfortunately, I don't have the ability to discern the difference between a '75' and '80', so I just pick numbers at random.
|80 T8||Gates of Heaven (1978) - Mar 27, 2017
"If characters from a John Waters film were real. "
|70 T6||The Thin Red Line (1998) - Mar 26, 2017
"A beautiful piece of cinema that left me feeling cold. I understand Malick and his intentions (or at least, I pretend to), but this one didn't work me. Its contemplative, philosophical nature was just too much for me. I apologize, film fans."
|65 T5||Cape Fear (1991) - Mar 26, 2017
"A fun bit of camp.Truthfully, I forgot to write my review of this film when I saw it a few weeks ago, and now I am struggling to remember it. The only lasting memory I have is the campy De Niro filling the screen."
|80 T8||Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits (2017) - Mar 26, 2017
"If I had to take out my entertainment ruler and measure the two latest Chappelle's specials, this one just barely edges out the first."
|75 T7||The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium (2017) - Mar 26, 2017
"Chappelle is still Chappelle which should delight Chappelle fans."
|70 T6||Louis Theroux: Drinking to Oblivion (2016) - Mar 25, 2017
"Watching that man's gut, full of fluid, get drained was enough to make me not want to drink for at least a few hours. "
|75 T7||Louis Theroux: A Place for Paedophiles (2009) - Mar 25, 2017
"Louis approaches this documentary without feeling he is going to change your opinion, but instead gives a terrifying glimpse of humanity to these men. "
|70 T6||The Lego Batman Movie (2017) - Mar 20, 2017
"I had a lot of fun watching this film. What else do I want? "
|40 T3||Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (1977) - Mar 16, 2017
"There are enough interesting shots in this film that just barely rescue the film from being a complete abomination. Unfortunately, it can't live up to its silly title."
|75 T7||Michael Che Matters (2016) - Mar 12, 2017
"A bit of a surprise, mostly because I had never heard Che's stand-up before. I know him solely as the Weekend Update guy (and for his brief brief brieffff stint on the Daily Show), and while stand-ups have typically excelled in that role, it's not a role that I immediately assume will translate well into stand-up. Does this make sense? I hope so. Decipher my ramblings, please."