Cinema Addict - 2282 Film Ratings
Member Since: Jan 20, 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.
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|70 54%||The Fast and the Furious (2001) - Nov 25, 2020
"As everyone rattled off car terminology, I nodded my head sagely. Still amazed that this series went from being about stolen DVD players to having to save the world."
|95 96%||Hard Boiled (1992) - Nov 23, 2020
"This film had me practicing karate moves and shooting my finger gun after I finished. This is so effortlessly cool."
|45 24%||Under the Cherry Moon (1986) - Nov 23, 2020
"This film does not care for your notions of what makes a film good. It does its own thing, and it has to be commended for that. There is more sexual chemistry between Prince and his cousin in this film than there is with him and Thomas. "
|80 76%||Heavenly Creatures (1994) - Nov 22, 2020
"I was wondering how Peter Jackson directed this, and then I got to the clay orgy scene and it all made sense. Still surprising he made a dreamy film about female friendship, and then would forget everything about women when making LOTR. "
|25 10%||A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) - Nov 22, 2020
"Ooh, boy. This film tries to fit so much mythology in the film, and it doesn't work. It's confusing, and loses the series' idea conceit that Freddy comes after teens in their dreams. Freddy also becomes fully realized as an open mic comic, and just keeps throwing out quip after quip. "
|65 44%||Body Heat (1981) - Nov 16, 2020
"My new style icon is William Hurt in this film. Does anyone else find it weird that Hurt was the hottest actor of the 80s, and nowadays, you never hear about him? I honestly could not believe that was Mickey Rourke."
|95 96%||Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) - Nov 16, 2020
"Perhaps, the first and last time Sean Penn was funny. I guess him writing that novel is funny, but not in the way he intends."
|90 92%||Raising Arizona (1987) - Nov 15, 2020
"Nic Cage AND Holly Hunter? The Coens were dealing with powerful forces that they were too naive to realize could be dangerous. "
|80 76%||Catch Me If You Can (2002) - Nov 15, 2020
"Oh, how surprising. A Spielberg film where the protagonist has a rocky relationship with his father. It's amazing how far you will get on confidence alone. For example, I am confident that these are the best reviews on the internet, and I am just raking it the likes."
|45 24%||The Student Nurses (1970) - Nov 14, 2020
"An exploitation film that would have made Ebert happy, then throwing in a scene with an abortion."