Yojimbo

Yojimbo

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Total Reviews 2,347
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Yojimbo's Information

Ranking Status: Movie God

Gender: Male

Current Area: Birmingham UK

Home Town: Birmingham UK

Movie Profile

Film I Love: Goodfellas

Favorite Genre: Thriller

Least Favorite Genre: Musical

Favorite Actors: Toshiro Mifune, Robert DeNiro, Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart

Least Favorite Actors: Adam Sandler, Seann William Scott, Demi Moore, Martin Lawrence

Favorite Director: Akira Kurosawa

Least Favorite Director: Wes Craven

Latest Movie Review

Rating of
2.5/4

A Walk Among the Tombstones

"A Walk Among The Tombstones" by Yoijimbo

A recovering alcoholic ex-cop is hired by a drug dealer to find the men who were responsible for the abduction and brutal murder of his wife. Yet another grizzled, no-nonsense tough guy role for Liam Neeson, A Walk Among The Tombstones is less Taken than an odd hybrid of Silence Of The Lambs and Inspector Morse. The references to old style private eyes such as Philip Marlowe and Sam Spade speak to some rather heady delusions of grandeur, but itís a solid enough detective story that relies heavily on Neesonís gritty yet forlorn presence as the haunted bounty hunter. The action sequences are sparse but effective and itís solidly played all round but the addition of a streetwise side-kick is always going to be a bit of an own …

Recent Rating History

Movie Title Rating Overall Add
A Walk Among the Tombstones 2.5/4 2.7/4
Black Panther (2018) 3.0/4 3.2/4
Doctor Strange (2016) 2.5/4 3.0/4
Spider-Man: Homecoming 3.5/4 2.9/4
Thor: The Dark World 2.5/4 2.9/4

Top Movie List

# Movie Title Rating Overall Add
1. Goodfellas 4.0/4 3.4/4
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey 4.0/4 3.1/4
3. Raiders of the Lost Ark 4.0/4 3.3/4
4. Seven Samurai, The ( Shichinin no samurai ) 4.0/4 3.3/4
5. Gladiator 4.0/4 3.2/4

The Garbage Dump

# Movie Title Rating Overall Add
1. Skyline 0.5/4 1.7/4
2. Promise, The ( Wu ji ) 0.5/4 2.2/4
3. Arizona Dream 1.0/4 2.5/4
4. Mission to Mars 1.0/4 2.4/4
5. Manhattan 1.0/4 3.1/4

Recent Comments

Ian
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Ian - wrote on 09/28/15 at 02:02 PM CT

The People Under the Stairs Review comment

Yup, pretty accurate review. I wish it had been a lot darker and less kid-friendly. Like something along the lines of Nightmare on Elm Street, but with cannibals.

Rich - wrote on 12/04/14 at 10:17 PM CT

Dead Presidents Review comment

Excellent review dude!

Philippe - wrote on 10/05/14 at 01:14 PM CT

Cahill U.S. Marshal Review comment

After Big Jake (1971), one of John Wayne's best ever movie, also penned by the Finks, we could expect this new flick with Duke would be as sharply written. But Cahill fails to be as fascinating as Big Jake was. The main flaw is Cahill is Duke's shortage of screen presence, half of it being given to the 2 kids. If Duke had been more present on screen, Cahill would definitely have been one great of a movie. As it is - And even John Wayne considered it could have been better - it's simply an …

Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 06/29/14 at 12:27 AM CT

The Cabin in the Woods Review comment

I agree with you. I always thought Scream was trying to hard to get it's joke across, but The Cabin in the Woods is clever and a lot more funny.

Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 06/04/14 at 09:35 AM CT

Godzilla Review comment

Sounds like you felt the exact same way about it as I did! Good review.

filmkyr - wrote on 04/14/14 at 12:35 PM CT

My Blu Ray Collection comment

excellent choice for most of the films!

Lee
Lee

Lee - wrote on 04/04/14 at 07:44 AM CT

The Untouchables Review comment

I couldn't agree more..total cheese fest

Monnie1976 - wrote on 08/19/13 at 10:51 PM CT

Irreversible Review comment

Good review. I rated it a little bit higher mainly because I though the acting was so well done but agree it lost a lot filming it backwards. Plus the camera work was more of a distraction than a asset.

memento_mori - wrote on 08/19/13 at 05:25 PM CT

Munich Review comment

I think Spielberg did the right thing not taking sides during his storytelling. He wisely chose just to document the events, and I think he put them to screen splendidly. Well, opinions vary.

Ionut valentin - wrote on 07/13/13 at 10:01 AM CT

haha! I ve seen your rantings. first 4 pages. same as mine. good to be friends.

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