Ichabod Crane

Ichabod Crane

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Total Ratings 2,946
Total Reviews 408
Total Lists 838
Total Plots 5
Total Points 7,497

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Ranking Status: Movie God

Name: John Smith

Gender: Male

Movie Profile

Film I Love: Where Eagles Dare

Film I Hate: One thousand clowns

Guilty Pleasure: Surf Ninjas

Favorite Genre: Crime

Favorite Actors: Alec Guinness, Toshiro Mifune, Laurence Olivier, Gene Hackman

Favorite Director: Akira Kurosawa

Latest Movie Review

Rating of

Angel Face

I like Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons but the two of them are put in a very dull film noir. Neither actor distinguishes themselves well here, which is not surprising since Simmons was only did this film due to a contract. The story itself always has very little passion or intrigue and although it has a few twists and turns none of them make this particularly interesting viewing.

Recent Rating History

Movie Title Rating Overall Add
A Dry White Season 2.5/4 2.9/4
When Harry Met Sally... 2.0/4 2.9/4
Furious 7 3.5/4 2.8/4
The Avengers: Age of Ultron 2.5/4 2.9/4
Mad Max: Fury Road 4.0/4 3.2/4

Top Movie List

# Movie Title Rating Overall Add
1. Scrooge ( Christmas Carol, A 1951 ) 4.0/4 3.0/4
2. Amadeus 4.0/4 3.2/4
3. Back to the Future 4.0/4 3.2/4
4. Where Eagles Dare 4.0/4 2.8/4
5. The Dark Knight 4.0/4 3.4/4

Top Comedy

# Movie Title Rating Overall Add
1. Wayne's World 3.5/4 2.8/4
2. Wayne's World 2 4.0/4 2.4/4
3. Spaceballs 4.0/4 2.8/4

Recent Comments

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 07/11/13 at 06:39 AM CT

Stand Up Guys Review comment

Great review. I agree and just a waste for such legendary/talented artists.


Lee - wrote on 02/03/13 at 10:01 PM CT

Stand Up Guys Review comment

I thought the story reminded me of both In Bruges as well as The Crew

mpol - wrote on 07/08/12 at 02:13 PM CT

Serpico Review comment

Serpico: An excellent movie and an excellent book. Al Pacino was great in his role as Serpico.

mpol - wrote on 07/08/12 at 11:25 AM CT

The Graduate Review comment

As a person who was a teenager in the 1960's, I, too liked The Graduate very, very much, and was able to identify with it. I recently saw another screening of The Graduate, and it was amazing to see Dustin Hoffman again, so many years later, when he was so young.

mpol - wrote on 06/30/12 at 02:10 AM CT

Serpico Review comment

I saw the movie Serpico when it first came out, and thought that it was an excellent film. Al Pacino was, and still is a fabulous actor. I read the book shortly after seeing the movie, and I thought that it, too, was excellent.

mpol - wrote on 06/27/12 at 06:11 PM CT

1776 Review comment

1776 was boring as hell! My friend and I walked out in the middle of it!

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 07/13/11 at 11:57 PM CT

Top Villians comment

Try watching No Country for Old Men, Silence of the Lambs and Se7en ;-)

Simon - wrote on 05/20/10 at 03:33 PM CT

3:10 to Yuma Review comment

I agree with everything you said in your review up to your comments on Crowe and Bale. Ford was about as vanilla an actor as you will find in all of his roles and as a villain he barely registers. Crowe is more menacing and interesting on every level. Bale is also more believable and nuanced and thus more sympathetic than Hefflin who is always too good to be true (see Shane.) I liked both films but I think the new one was more engaging.

PsychoKing1227 - wrote on 01/22/10 at 11:43 PM CT

best of 2009 comment

I thoroughly approve!

Hush - wrote on 01/21/10 at 06:55 AM CT

Che ( Che Part 1, Che Part 2 ) Review comment

100% agreed. I do not know how any normal thinking person could like him, watch the film without puking or wear a damned shirt. The guy ranks up there with Hitler and others.

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