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Moribunny

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Game Buff - 159 Game Ratings

Member Since: Apr 3, 2006

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Age: 44

Bio: I'm a writer. I lean towards arthouse cinema, realism and old Italian stuff, and some guilty pleasures include horror, kung fu, and anything strange and unusual. Favorite filmmakers include (in no particular order): Jacques Rozier, Mario Monicelli, Maurice Pialat, Emir Kusturica, Radu Jude, R.W. Fassbinder, Asghar Farhadi, C.T. Dreyer, Antonio Pietrangeli, Dino Risi, Werner Herzog, Lina Wertmüller, Luchino Visconti, Claude Chabrol, Nicolas Roeg, Sidney Lumet, Satyajit Ray, Sam Peckinpah, Sergei Parajanov, John Cassavetes, Michelangelo Antonioni, Lynne Ramsay, Abbas Kiarostami, Woody Allen, Federico Fellini, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Alan Clarke, Terry Gilliam, Costa-Gavras, Aki Kaurismäki, Jafar Panahi, Douglas Sirk, Ernst Lubitsch, Kaneto Shindo, Jean Renoir, Ermanno Olmi, Cristian Mungiu and Francesco Rosi.

more Recent Ratings

65 51% Eye of the Beholder (1991) - Jul 13, 2022
75 75% Supaplex (1991) - Jul 13, 2022
"This was quite special for its day."
40 16% The Blues Brothers (1991) - Jun 05, 2022
"They probably could have done more with this platformer/side-scroller than make it Blues-Brothers-themed, but I don't think it was terrible or anything."
55 34% Prehistorik (1991) - Jun 05, 2022
"In the spirit of early games this was punishingly hard, but certainly unique and memorable. The graphics and music are nice to this day, I think."
65 51% Budokan (1989) - Jun 03, 2022
"In 1989 terms, this had good graphics, fantastic animations, and that magic that would make certain games feel like a new door opened, sparking the imagination. Sadly, there wasn't a lot to the main tournament mode save for a linear progression through the same set of opponents. The gameplay of the fights was rather restrictive and tended to reward cheesy tactics rather than creativity."