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Film Freak - 752 Film Ratings

Member Since: Mar 27, 2006

Location: Colonia, New Jersey, USA

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66 62% Dune (2021) - Apr 02, 2022
"Who films a movie with Dave Bautista and Jason Momoa and keeps them in completely separate fight scenes!!!"
27 22% Sylvia (2003) - Apr 02, 2022
"The perfect date movie for 2003. A long, drawn out study with the continued promise of on-screen nudity, so you don’t fall asleep during the first two thirds."
90 91% Alien (1979) - Jun 14, 2021
"A masterful and claustrophobic horror movie that happens to have a science fiction setting, due to its futuristic nature. But if you swapped the background for a Victorian manor, the movie would be just as suspenseful, though I doubt I know what the Victorian equivalent of a forklift is."
72 71% Aliens (1986) - Jun 14, 2021
"A very different film from Alien, but excellent in its own way. It's not as dark or cozy, but does a good job exchanging action for suspense."
67 63% Galaxy Quest (1999) - Jun 14, 2021
"A well cast movie that uses the strengths of the actors and the rules of science fiction to create a funny science fiction film that knows its place better than most serious efforts."
21 15% Heart Condition (1990) - Jun 14, 2021
"Here is a Denzel Washington movie you didn't see. Having watched this movie 30 years ago, I can only remember the scene where Bob Hoskins has to check to make sure that in addition to Denzel Washington's heart during surgery, he also didn't get his genitalia. I bet this was way funnier on the written page and not even Bob Hoskins could make this scene work."
47 41% A Quiet Place (2018) - Jun 14, 2021
"I had high hopes, but the concept of the film requires you to suspend belief far more than I could in order to make this work."
74 75% The Graduate (1967) - Jun 14, 2021
"A stylish film about a scenario that none of us will ever get into. And I don't just mean plastics."
68 65% Bullitt (1968) - Jun 14, 2021
"The plot is a little thin, but the driving scenes are worth the wait. If it wasn't for Vertigo, this would be the first movie you think of when you think of San Francisco."
58 52% The Italian Job (1969) - Jun 14, 2021
"I mean, Benny Hill as a computer scientist is an amazingly wonderful leap of faith and the driving scenes are ridiculously good, but the ending...is it really an ending?"