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"Beetlejuice" by daborien
[Art of Beetlejuice (1988)]


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KAH on Crocodile Dundee (1986)
Such a good childhood memory, I can't bring myself to giving it a lower score.
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Sengir on Brazil (1985)
Combine the surreal humor of monty python, the totalitarian nightmare of Franz Kafka & George Orwell and the extreme vision of director/ professional madman Terry Gilliam. The result, a masterpiece of poetic fantasy.
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stevengrimm on Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (2009)
If you enjoy internally consistent time travel stories, this one will fit the bill; the screenplay is very tight. It's also a comedy, though not an uproariously funny one.
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whatismyname on A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Maybe I was expecting too much, but I thought Alex should have been a deeper individual. True, the visuals were stunning, but the film wasn't as thought-provoking as I'd hoped. I keep hearing 'controversial' and 'ahead of its time', but my eyes aren't seeing what my ears are hearing..
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magb on Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
Wretched stuff. The writing is bad, Lucas's direction is bad, Anakin should've been at least five years older in order to not be annoying as hell to watch, both Darth Maul and Jar-Jar are utterly useless (in completely different ways), and there's far too much CGI that's going to look absolutely ridiculous some years from now if it doesn't already. But even in spite of all that, it still has some of the charm and fun of the original trilogy. Just not nearly enough of it.
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FitFortDanga on The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Visually impressive, but otherwise mostly a dud. The songs fell flat and seemed to slow everything down. Jack Skellington is not fleshed out enough (pun intended).
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rrees on The King's Speech (2010)
An extremely sympathetic portrait of unsympathetic people. There is little that is challenging in the story but the cast give excellent nuanced performances.
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cliodhna on The Breakfast Club (1985)
I'm not going to tell y'all what it's about because if you haven't seen it anytime in the past 25 years, you should be ashamed of yourself. I watched it again, probably for only the second time since I first time I saw it in 1985, and my word, does it stand the test of time. It's as fresh and relevant today as it was when it was made. Even the haircuts aren't too bad. Fantastic acting, and a lesson in what you can do with a basically one-room set. Great stuff.
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thaklos on The Blind Side (2009)
This is a drawn out melodrama that feels vaguely exploitative. The Christian spirit with which Bullock's character is endowed feels as forced as her tragically put on accent, which only accentuates the feeling that the movie is more parody than biography. Poverty isn't examined in a meaningful way, and the life changing effect that one person can have on the life of another is overshadowed by the busy athletic and academic progression that is expelled onto the screen.
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Stain on Tales of Terror (1962)
Very good anthology. Lovely Corman-style horror, great cast, plus it's often funny. It's worth it just to see the way Vincent Price tastes wine
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