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Ranking Status: Movie God  
Name: Mitchell Young
Current area: Los Angeles, CA
Gender: Male
Orientation: Straight
Religion: Christian
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Film director. Band Manager. Social Justice Pioneer. I am Mitchell Young, officially.



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Get Carter (1971)

Get Carter (1971)
2.5/4 stars

Ultimately, though I appreciate the style behind "Get Carter," I find it empty and a pessimistic view of an anti-hero's journey. Michael Caine plays his brutal Jack Carter with commitment and resolve and the film bluntly unfolds its plot with surehanded brevity. The result is a tale that is nihilistic at best. As Carter's character remains most...


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Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 01/15/13 at 10:12 PM CT
Texas Chainsaw 3D Review comment


Yes indeed - in the original movie the family were all cannibals (at least those shown). I don't know how far the massacre went, but in the Chainsaw mythos (including the mostly terrible reboots) it's pretty much made clear that everyone in the general vicinity is in on the whole murdering people and eating them (or at least ignoring the cannibals living down the way). Leatherface as a hero makes zero sense to me but I'll rent this some day just so I can see how bad it is.


FSUNoles27TS- wrote on 11/22/12 at 04:37 PM CT
Behind Enemy Lines Review comment


Couldnt agree more. Took the words out of my mouth. This perhaps could have been considered a good movie with a different actor. Edward Norton anyone?

Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 08/13/12 at 09:05 AM CT
Campaign, The Review comment


This is a movie I was going in with low expectations, despite the fact I liked what I had seen from the trailers. Ferrell has been inconsistent lately, but I have to admit, The Campaign was good. And I agree, Galifianakis still manages to steal the show every time - pairing him and Ferrell was a good idea.

Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 08/01/12 at 11:47 AM CT
Forks Over Knives Review comment


This documentary was so convincing, it was enough to convince me and fellow FilmCrave owner Nick to switch to soy milk. I'm not giving up my meat and cheese, though.

Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 07/23/12 at 07:57 PM CT
Kiss Me Deadly Review comment


This is on my short list of Criterion Collection films to buy - I'm just getting into the noir genre, so I'm now looking forward to it.

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Daniel Corleone- wrote on 07/20/12 at 09:38 PM CT
Oldboy (2005) Review comment


This film is flawless. One of my favorite Non-US film. Authentic fight scenes, stunning revelations and spectacular direction.

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Daniel Corleone- wrote on 07/20/12 at 09:35 PM CT
Downfall ( Untergang, Der ) Review comment


Bruno Ganz was perfect for the role and settings/battles realistic.

Daniel Corleone

Daniel Corleone- wrote on 07/20/12 at 09:34 PM CT
Fountain, The (2006) Review comment


This is unappreciated by most but is really visually stunning. Maybe if the stories were not as complex, it would be admired more.



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