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Acting and Film have been the two major interests in my life since I was a kid (when I'd go to the video store and rent Labyrinth over and over wishing I could be Sarah!). I've done many plays and a bit of extra work for student films. As you may notice from my lists, I love older films mostly.
Today I am a writer, though, no longer an actor. I write screenplays, and mostly in the horror genre. Plus, articles about films of the 80s when I have time. The 80s is my favorite time period, and not just because of the great movies.
So, if I'm not here, I'm most likely writing something.
Thanks for reading!
I try to be very organized, for example: my favourite actors are in order of birthday and my favourite movies are in chronological order. Please note that I only rate movies I've actually seen. I do not use the want to see or not interested buttons. Also, I'm working on writing a short review of every one of those movies. This is how I normally rate:
5= Excellent, one of the best movies ever.
4.5= Fantastic movie, only one or two flaws.
4= Great movie, not the best, but I enjoyed it.
3.5= Good, but it could've been better.
3= Okay movie, not bad but not good.
2.5= So-so movie, somewhat good, but mostly bad.
2= Not a good movie.
1.5= Horrible, but not one of the very worst.
1= One of the very worst movies.
.5= Worse than the worst movies, don't see this.
This movie is great, full of inspiration and hope. Yet sometimes it does so too much, making the story somewhat corny. Overall the actors are really good, though, and the story is both dramatic and funny. And it's really good, so I recommend it.
A very weird movie... it tries to be so punk and so different from other music films that it just alienates its audience and confuses you. There are a few amusing scenes, and it's full of famous punk rockers like Sid Vicious, so if you're really into punk music you may want to check this out. If not, stay away from it. For the most part it's pretty dull, but it's not a complete waste if, like I said, you enjoy punk styles and unconventional movies.
Not a good movie, or in good taste, but if you enjoy making fun of preppies and seeing wild and crazy characters have crazy things happen to them, you'll be entertained for an hour and a half. There were a couple of funny parts, although the actors are pretty bad.
This is a very interesting documentary on the work of Star Trek fans, and it feels like it was made more for the fans than documentary lovers. There are a ton of famous Trek actors in this movie who come to talk about the phenomenon of the TV series, and its impact on people's lives all over the world. If, for some reason I can't think of, Star Trek ceased to exist, then this would be the perfect documentary to show future generations what it was all about. I don't like a lot of documentaries, and like others it gets a bit boring at times, but it's the best movie to watch if you want to understand Trekkies.
This movie has a very typical killer, we get to see her for the entire movie, and she's a cross between Carrie's mother and Mrs. Vorhees. The rest of the cast is pretty dull, and we don't even get to see some of them die. The deaths are really lame too. Overall I didn't like this movie, it's too boring.