Daniela Moraes's Information
Ranking Status: Producer
Name: Daniela Moraes
Current Area: Austin, TX, United States
Home Town: Andirá, Brazil
Film I Love: Labyrinth (1986)
Film I Hate: She's The One (1996)
Guilty Pleasure: Flash Gordon (1980)
Favorite Genre: Fantasy
Least Favorite Genre: Western
Favorite Actors: Rex Harrison, Vivien Leigh, Rutger Hauer, Jed Wolfdog
Least Favorite Actors: Tom Cruise, Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, Julia Roberts
Favorite Director: Alfred Hitchcock, John Landis
Least Favorite Director: Michael Bay, Rian Johnson
Movie Quotes: "Madge: I'd like to kiss you, but I just washed my hair."
The Cabin in the Cotton (1932)
"Marion Cobretti: You're the disease, and I'm the cure." Cobra (1986)
Gordon is alive...
Latest Movie Review
"Brazillian Star Wars"! Really FilmCrave? That's not what I intended when I requested this movie :P . But it is a Star Wars parody nonetheless, anyways, if you are looking for a 70s trash sci-fi (and what's better: foreign) then this is the movie for you, oh well, there are lots of "better" trash sci-fi films out there, but this is an amusing title and can even be fun to watch. I like this movie because it's obviously part of my childhood, but if you want something more well-written, and that even makes sense, so stay away of this title.
Recent Rating History
|The Electrical Life of Louis Wain||3.5/4||3.3/4|
|The Lady Vanishes (2013)||3.0/4||3.0/4|
|The Canterville Ghost (1985)||2.5/4||2.5/4|
|Kentucky Fried Movie||2.5/4||2.5/4|
|Puss in Boots: The Last Wish||3.5/4||3.1/4|
Movies I Saw in Theatre
|3.||ET: The Extra-Terrestrial||4.0/4||3.1/4|
|4.||The Secret of the Sword||2.0/4||2.2/4|
|5.||Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade||2.0/4||3.2/4|
Chris Kavan - wrote on 02/16/12 at 05:12 PM CT
I wanted to let you know I received your correction for The Story of Vickie ( Mädchenjahre einer Königin ). I did add a separate poster, though the picture that will show up will be the DVD collection that, while the picture highlights Sissi, does contain The Story of Vickie as part of the collection. On all films, it is FilmCrave's policy to go with the U.S. Release date unless the date in question is over 10 years from the initial release date. That is why it shows 1958 instead of 1954. If …
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