Harrison W.'s Movie Ratings - Rotten Tomatoes

Movie Ratings and Reviews

Layer Cake
Layer Cake(2005)

Extremely complicated and intricate, L4YER CAK3 is a sleeper hit that should have become a classic. Blending elements from films like The Sting, The Departed, and The Big Lebowski, L4YER CAK3 is thoroughly entertaining from start to finish

Marathon Man
Marathon Man(1976)

Superb acting from an star-studded cast, along with a smart script and some very intense moments. A very high quality genre-blending thrill ride.

All the President's Men

Complicated and insightful, All The President's Men shows a frightening yet entertaining look into the world of corrupt politics.

Apocalypse Now

Sprawling and twisted, Apocalypse Now is a war epic that holds contrasting leads, stunning visual effects and a true insight on the horrors of war.

Donnie Darko
Donnie Darko(2001)

Emotionally gripping and sporting an extremely likable main character, Donnie Darko is a very good movie but the quality becomes increasingly shaky as the movie ventures into a strange and confusing science fiction narrative.


Terrifying, intense and unusually smart, Alien is in the top tier of horror movies, sporting strong lead and supporting acting(Tom Skerrit and Yaphaet Koto are particular highlights) and great pacing throughout.

The Untouchables

Brutal, entertaining, but sometimes jokey and ridiculous, The Untouchables is a solid, though slightly flawed addition to the genre of gangster movies.

Fight Club
Fight Club(1999)

Complicated, thought-provoking and hilarious, Fight Club is a masterpiece and a perfect snapshot of the bruised era it portrays.

Raging Bull
Raging Bull(1980)

Sad and begging for empathy, Raging Bull tells the superb story of a confused, all-too-human boxer. Powered by Robert De Niro's excellent performance, Raging Bull is well directed and written, making it a great, solid chunk of cinema.

No Country for Old Men

Though some may be offset by its brutally realistic violence, No Country For Old Men is dark, humorous and very disturbing, but tells the ultimate tale of corruption, paranoia, and fear.


Intense, suspenseful and at times hard to watch, Misery features two solid lead roles and a haunting claustrophobic atmosphere. The ultimate cat-and-mouse thriller.


Featuring a divine performance from Anthony Hopkins, Magic boasts both unpredictability and intensity through the entire film.


Disturbing and provocative, Sleepers is the ultimate genre-blender. Acting is solid, though the quality of the secondary characters strongly overpowers the main characters. A good, if slightly tedious, watch.

The Departed
The Departed(2006)

Intense and stressful, The Departed has strong performances from the whole cast, even from Jack Nicholson in a seemingly out-of-character role. Gripping and brutal, once The Departed gets ahold of you, it doesn't loosen its grip.


Sporting three main actors clearly having fun with their roles, Goodfellas is engaging, interesting, chilling and entertaining and is the epitome of american gangster films.


Sporting solid acting and unpredictable(though seemingly irrelavent) twists, Hitchcock's Vertigo is a mediocre and unengaging suspenser.