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Nate Yapp

Nate Yapp
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 100% Seven Samurai (Shichinin no Samurai) (1956) The Seven Samurai is a brilliant film - the only caveat, in fact, is that the length and the language barrier make it a difficult movie to get through. ‐
Posted Dec 18, 2003
4/5 60% American Pie (1999) One of those movies everybody of a certain age should watch. ‐
Posted Aug 2, 2003
64% Rollerball (1975) The DVD is cheap. ‐
Posted Mar 27, 2003
54% What Dreams May Come (1998) Keeps poking the viewer with an Emotion stick. ‐
Posted Mar 4, 2003
83% American History X (1998) If the message of the film gets a bit didatic, or the storyline balance is a little off ... it hardly matters in the end. American History X is unrelenting. ‐
Posted Nov 16, 2002
0% Escape Under Pressure (2000) I won't even discuss the dozens of stupid screenwriting blunders, the one-dimensional characters, or the simple idiocy with which the whole film was executed. ‐
Posted Nov 16, 2002
23% John Q (2002) It quite literally offended me as a movie-goer. ‐
Posted Oct 19, 2002
73% Cry-Baby (1990) It's worth a rental, if you're in the mood for something offbeat but less filling, but don't expect a revelation. ‐
Posted Oct 12, 2002
90% Reservoir Dogs (1992) [O]nly a nutcase with a keen creative intellect could have made Reservoir Dogs. ‐
Posted Oct 12, 2002
88% Platoon (1986) Oliver Stone has perhaps made the best movie that is specifically about Vietnam. ‐
Posted Oct 8, 2002
43% The Black Hole (1979) If you can ignore the scientific problems, The Black Hole turns out to be a fairly enjoyable sci-fi flick. ‐
Posted Sep 8, 2002
94% About a Boy (2002) Try to sneak past the lightsaber wielding masses and give this one a go. It's good fun. ‐
Posted Aug 12, 2002
89% Amélie (2001) Amelíe is like the world's most tanatalizing box of chocolates. Eat one, and its delicious, scrumptious. It plays with your senses in every joyous way. ‐
Posted Aug 12, 2002