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All (709) Reviews from @filmguy12

The Hunger Games-8/10-Gives in to a few cliches, but a great cast and terrific camerawork make for an effective thriller.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 8th April 2012


The Hunger Games-8/10-Gives in to a few cliches, but a great cast and terrific camerawork make for an effective thriller.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 8th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


The Last Unicorn-6.5/10-The title character isn't very compelling, but this surprisingly mature film works well enough.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th April 2012


Inspector Gadget-0/10-In its attempts to be wacky and zany, the movie somehow forgets to be entertaining. Downright awful.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 6th April 2012



Bedknobs and Broomsticks-7/10-Cute if unmemorable Disney flick. Benefits from animated scenes and Angela Lansbury's charm.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 5th April 2012


Project X-3.5/10-The cast has a lot of energy and chemistry, but they're wasted in a dull, unfunny, and unoriginal movie.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 17th March 2012



John Carter-5/10-The special effects are impressive, but the story is convoluted and emotionally hollow.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 11th March 2012


Clue-8/10-Gimmicky, but it's a lot of fun from start to finish. An impressive feat for a board game-turned-movie.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 9th March 2012



The Grey-8/10-The story is familiar, but the film is both suspenseful and moving. Liam Neeson shines as always.




The Descendants-9.5/10-Simultaneously moving and heartbreaking look at the beauty and fragility of life. Superb film.


Midnight in Paris-7.5/10-The name-dropping gets a little excessive, but the ensemble is terrific.



Rio-5/10-It looks nice and it's harmless enough for kids, but it doesn't have much else to offer.


The Tree of Life-8.5/10-Overlong and extremely confusing at times, but the story, visuals, and ensemble cast deliver.


The Artist-8.5/10-Oscar contender is not terribly original, but its devotion to the silent film era is remarkable.



Win Win-8/10-Thomas McCarthy's latest is familiar, but engaging thanks to some great performances.



Duck Soup-9/10-Plot's merely an excuse for gags, but the gags are superb.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 1st January 2012



Scary Movie-4/10-A few inspired gags here and there, but most of the humor is rather stale.


Muppet Treasure Island-6/10-Somewhat underwhelming considering its lofty ambitions, but it's hard to dislike the Muppets.



Dylan Dog: Dead of Night-3/10-A dull mess, despite some clever ideas.




Mars Needs Moms-3.5/10-The cast is game, but the film is more concerned about being flashy than developing a good story.


Take Me Home Tonight-6.5/10-There's not much logic or originality present, but it's admittedly fun while it lasts.




Just Go With It-3.5/10-Unfunny, contrived, and predictable, despite a surprising amount of chemistry between the leads.


Gnomeo and Juliet-5.5/10-Kid-friendly Shakespeare adaptation is charming, pleasant, and rather forgettable.


Sanctum-4/10-Gorgeous visuals and an impressive score can't mask a tired story and bland characters.




Hugo-8.5/10-Takes a while to get going, but the visuals are gorgeous and Scorsese's latest is clearly a labor of love.


The Muppets-8.5/10-Despite some rather useless celebrity cameos, the Muppets are as charming and hilarious as ever.


Season of the Witch-4/10-Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman are admittedly fun to watch, but the movie is silly and unoriginal.


Monty Python and the Holy Grail-8.5/10-Drags in certain spots, but there are still plenty of laughs to be found.


Crazy Stupid Love-7/10-Overstuffed and contrived, Crazy Stupid Love nonetheless features some great acting.


Jackie Brown-7.5/10-The story is nothing special, but Tarantino's script and the ensemble make it worth sitting through.


A Very Harold &amp Kumar 3D Christmas-7/10-Like the other installments, it's not terribly memorable, but it's a lot of fun.


Puss in Boots-7/10-The story is nothing special, but it's still an entertaining effort from Dreamworks. Great animation.


Tower Heist-7/10-Neither groundbreaking nor plausible, Tower Heist is simply two hours of fun. Eddie Murphy is hilarious.



Rhinoceros-5/10-Great performances from Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, but Ionesco's play doesn't translate well to screen.



50/50-9/10-Cancer dramedy is a terrific blend of laughs and tears.


Way Down East-9/10-Despite an overabundance of comic relief, this D.W. Griffith drama is still a silent classic.


Moneyball-8.5/10-Baseball drama a bit long, but full of terrific performances and gorgeous cinematography.


Drive-10/10-Takes a familiar storyline (the One Last Job scenario) and flips it on its head in terrific fashion.


Shakespeare in Love-7.5/10-More style than substance, but the cast is uniformly excellent.



Contagion-7.5/10-Familiar at times, but also disturbingly and refreshingly realistic.


Cedar Rapids-8/10-Even though certain cast members are underutilized, Cedar Rapids is still a fun ride.


Harold &amp Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay-6.5/10-Not as much fun as the 1st, but it's funny. Rob Corddry steals the show.


Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle-7/10-Self-aware stoner comedy is simultaneously goofy and endearing.


The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest-5.5/10-Sadly, there's not much in the way of suspense, despite good performances.


The Great Muppet Caper-6.5/10-There are enough laughs to compensate for a weak plot.


Piranha (2010)-6.5/10- Underwater gore-fest treads familiar waters, but it's fun while it lasts.




Men in Black-7/10-Fun while it lasts, even if it's not that memorable.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 27th August 2011


The Bourne Identity-7/10-The story isn't as complex as it should be, but Matt Damon is great and the action is terrific.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 25th August 2011



Fright Night (2011)-7.5/10-Effectively creepy (and funny), despite some disappointing CGI and the occasional cliche.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 23rd August 2011







Country Strong-5/10-The cast and songs are quite good, but they're let down by a mediocre script and a tired premise.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 14th August 2011


The Girl Who Played With Fire-7/10-Not nearly as compelling as Dragon Tattoo, but the performances are excellent.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 13th August 2011




Captain America: The First Avenger-7/10-It's too long and the structure is uneven, but it's still a lot of fun.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th August 2011


Get Low-8.5/10-A little messy in certain spots, but the performances are terrific (Robert Duvall especially).

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 25th July 2011


Rachel Getting Married-8.5/10-Not much here is original, but the film has a terrific atmosphere and an excellent cast.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 25th July 2011


All Quiet on the Western Front-9/10-The acting is a little stiff at times, but this powerful WWI drama still holds up.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 25th July 2011








Leaving Las Vegas-9/10-Grim, powerful drama with the performance of a career from Nicolas Cage.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 10th July 2011




Caddyshack-8/10-The plot is virtually nonexistent, but the laughs are nonstop.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 7th July 2011


Billy Elliot-8.5/10-Minor flaws here and there can't hurt this otherwise terrific drama.

filmguy12 Reviewed by filmguy12
on 6th July 2011


























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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