Ranking Status: Movie God
Film I Love: Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Film I Hate: Anything that annoys me.
Guilty Pleasure: stuff with explosions
Favorite Genre: Adventure
Least Favorite Genre: Sport
Favorite Actors: Harrison Ford, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett
Least Favorite Actors: Adam Sandler, Kristen Stewart, Rob Schneider
Favorite Director: Steven Spielberg
Least Favorite Director: I gotta remember?
Movie Quotes: "It's not the years, it's the mileage."
"That don't make no sense."
"Keep your friends close and keep your enemies closer."
Latest Movie Review
Nicole Kidman stands out in this dark comedic thriller. It starts out pretty mean-spirited but it then shifts gears into something a bit more sentimental by the end. Didn't quite feel earned.
Recent Rating History
|Don't Worry Darling||1.5/4||2.4/4|
|Black Panther: Wakanda Forever||3.0/4||2.7/4|
Top Movie List
|1.||Raiders of the Lost Ark||4.0/4||3.3/4|
|3.||Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope||4.0/4||3.3/4|
|5.||O Brother Where Art Thou||4.0/4||3.0/4|
Horrornut45 - wrote on 08/17/18 at 06:51 AM CT
The Meg Review comment
Special effects overall good movie
truckturner - wrote on 08/15/18 at 04:58 AM CT
Small world! Shame EaC closed down.
Pedro - wrote on 02/18/17 at 02:32 PM CT
John Wick: Chapter Two Review comment
travincal - wrote on 02/19/15 at 09:07 AM CT
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Review comment
when she has a nightmare and the blonde guy who earlier said something on tv enters the room due to the screaming I ended it!! juvenile crap. this movie is not a serious thing.
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 08/11/14 at 11:46 PM CT
The Birth of a Nation Review comment
I struggle with this one as well. I'm not sure that it's right to judge a movie based on it's message. But it's hard to appreciate a movie who's message is so offensive by today's standards. I try and judge it based on the quality of the picture itself, and not just it's message. my conclusion is that The Birth of a Nation is one of the most important films of all time, it just hasn't aged very well. Poor D.W. Griffith and his stupid racism.