4th-Dimensional Film Reviews is a compilation of movie reviews that helps consumers take in the best (and leave the rest) of the film industry. Our collection includes great films from all over the world, some well-known and others well-kept secrets that may not have made it to the sensationalized box-office. Browse our film list.

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Good Time

Reviewed on Mar 15 2018

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This film should have been up for an Academy Award for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. It wouldn't have been nominated for Best Picture because of its theme, but wow was this a great film. The people on the streets in the neighborhood seemed very real, and you could hardly tell if they were actors or real street people. It reminded me of my old neighborhood of uptown 5th Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You would meet characters like the two brothers and all the others in the film. ...
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Reviewed on Jul 28 2017

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I did not see Valerian, but I saw the trailer. When are they going to stop making these wonderful special effects movies and spending millions of dollars and put teeny-boppers in as the stars? I will not go to see it because of this. What happened to men and women as actors? This to me would make a movie much more credible. And not even in the future, nor now, will the military put teeny-boppers in important positions, like this movie did with the two stars, called Major Valerian ...
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Reviewed on Mar 30 2017

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This movie by far should have won Best Film of 2016. As a matter of fact, it's one of the best films ever made. It was runner-up for cinematography and should have won that too. It is the true story of two Jesuit priests bringing the message of the Son of God coming to this planet, as Jesus, to Japan in the 17th century. The film shows the deep level of faith of the Japanese had who accepted the truth of the mission of the Christ and what they sacrificed and lost to become "Christians." It ...
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