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Cinema Addict - 2049 Film Ratings

Member Since: Mar 20, 2009

Location: Varna, Bulgaria

Age: 31

Bio: ✝ BG
Scribbler, traveler, explorer, amateur guitar player - and film aficionado.
Scoring system: Number (e.g. 2, 3, etc.) at the beginning of a review means I've seen the film that many times.
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Books: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/2477109-atanas-dimitrov
Ave Christus Rex.

more Recent Ratings

85 98% The Maltese Falcon (1941) - May 30, 2023
"Wow, what a film noir this one is. Every dialogue and interaction between the characters is portraying layers of subtlety, of unspoken truths and lies, glances that come and go and which for a split-second reveal deeper connotations and assumptions, and spoken words where the lies and the pretense are the norm, whereas the truth is the exception, seldom used and only to further a character's own agenda. A great example of screenwriting, pace, casting and acting, atmosphere and story."
80 94% Stagecoach (1939) - May 16, 2023
"My favourite Ford flick to date, up there with The Grapes of Wrath. The group of strangers who share the dangerous stagecoach ride is superbly written and cast, and acted in an appropriate manner by all the actors. Everyone of the eight coach riders possesses a unique personnae, their own conflict to resolve and demons to fight, and a character arc that goes somewhere. Excellent movie."
60 60% One Ham's Family (1943) - May 11, 2023
"The brat is super irritating. I was rooting for the wolf on this one."
65 72% Who Killed Who? (1943) - May 11, 2023
"This was fun and scary. One of the better Tex Avery shorts."
70 81% Klute (1971) - Apr 22, 2023
"An excellent atmospheric thriller with an ever teetering hint of paranoia. Sutherland's character is the cold and collected - and a tad sociopathic - macho with enviable amounts of self-control and equanimity. Jane Fonda plays the femme fatale, who at one time is in full control of the situation, at another she's on the verge of a panic breakdown. Great flick, awesome pace and atmosphere."
50 37% Red Hot Riding Hood (1943) - Apr 18, 2023
"Ah, the good old sexy lady trope and the insatiable wolf with his uncontrollable sex drive. A bit of fun for the kids, a bit of fun for the parents. The 4th wall break doesn't work well here."
55 47% Dumb-Hounded (1943) - Apr 13, 2023
"Yet another Tex Avery classic. A bit tiresome. Or maybe I wasn't in the right mood, who knows."
60 60% The Early Bird Dood It! (1942) - Apr 12, 2023
"Another Tex Avery classic that I remember from my childhood, but the recurring gag here wasn't too enticing."
60 60% Blitz Wolf (1942) - Apr 07, 2023
"Where has the art of the war-time propaganda gone? Must we keep on watching and reading and hearing the bland and boring nonsensical drivel that we get fed upon 24/7 nowadays about how bad Russia is, how soon they'd run out of munition and how soon Putin would die? This is an outcry to the media of today: PLEASE WATCH BLITZ WOLF AND TAKE NOTES. #bringbackwarpropaganda #artofpropaganda"
70 81% Deputy Droopy (1955) - Apr 07, 2023
"Original and fun. The recurring gag doesn't get old and keeps on delivering and surprising with the new and extravagant ways the filmmakers had imaginatively thought of. Classic."