Pamela Villaflores

Pamela Villaflores
Pamela Villaflores's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.
Biography:
I'm 24 years old. Born in the Philippines. Came to New York when I was 7 and have lived here ever since. I work in an ad agency as an assistant executive in the Advertising Standards and Business Affairs departments. Grew up watching old films at NY's Regency Theater (which used to be a revival house). Huge film buff, I love silent films and foreign films.
Favorites:
Some of my favorite films: L.A. Confidential, The Age of Innocence, The English Patient, Fahrenheit 451, Cyrano de Bergerac (Depardieu version), Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud, Pierrot le Fou, Bringing Up Baby, Dangerous Liaisons, The Fabulous Baker Boys Favorite silent screen performers: Buster Keaton, Ramon Novarro, John Gilbert, Greta Garbo. Favorite foreign film stars: Gerard Depardieu, Gerard Philippe, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jeanne Moreau, Sandrine Bonnaire Favorite musicians/singers: Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, Patsy Cline, Billie Holliday, Edith Piaf Favorite writers/poets: Paul Auster, Dorothy Parker, Arthur Rimbaud, Choderlos de Laclos Can't live without: Turner Classic Movies, This is Orson Welles by Peter Bogdanovich, Urban Hymns by The Verve CD, my VCR
Location: New York City

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
9/10 94% Three Kings (1999) Deliriously successful. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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8/10 54% Girl, Interrupted (1999) Ryder never overplays, choosing instead to trace Susanna's arc with her large, long-lashed, expressive eyes. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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10/10 88% American Beauty (1999) American Beauty is a perfect example of how talent and material can collide to create a felicitous communion of perfection. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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9/10 88% Hilary and Jackie (1998) Astonishing! - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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83% Magnolia (1999) Cruise absolutely impresses. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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7/10 56% The Hi-Lo Country (1998) What's missing in this tale of desire, friendship and betrayal is a sense of romantic fatalism. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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51% Anna and the King (2000) It's beautiful to look at, well-acted and there are moments that stir the soul but it's all not enough. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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7/10 25% In Dreams (1999) Careens from one scene to the other, foregoing fluidity, and ultimately feels distracted. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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8/10 61% American Pie (1999) American Pie provides the heartiest, most outrageous laughs of the summer! - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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9/10 77% Sweet and Lowdown (1999) One of Allen's best works. - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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9/10 62% Arlington Road (1999) A miracle! - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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8/10 87% The Blair Witch Project (1999) The Blair Witch Project is a crafty piece of filmmaking! - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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9/10 67% The End of the Affair (1999) Absolutely rapturous! - Pamela's Film and Entertainment EDIT
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