Movie reviews of Jeffrey Rex Bertelsen

These are all the movies and series that Jeffrey Rex has reviewed. Read more at: I'm Jeffrey Rex.

Number of movie reviews: 540 / 540

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Both Kathy Bates and, in particular, Sam Rockwell deliver genuinely affecting performances as the people who have the titular character’s back. Review

7.5

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13 january

13 jan

It is a mature, ambitious, and profound mid-life crisis film about figuring out what your purpose is. I absolutely loved it. Review

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4 january

4 jan

Greenland is a gripping above-average disaster film that I enjoyed much more than I thought I would. Review

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30 december

30 dec

I think that The Midnight Sky is not just uneven and unfocused but also relatively dull. Clooney’s latest film just didn’t live up to its potential. Review

5.5

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29 december

29 dec

I think Rodríguez has made a neat little family-friendly superhero movie with We Can Be Heroes... Review

6.0

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27 december

27 dec

Although it is difficult to escape the fact that this story was made for the stage, George C. Wolfe’s ensemble drama about gatekeeping, ownership, and exploitation is nevertheless engrossing and upsetting. Review

8.5

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26 december

26 dec

Although Julia Hart’s crime drama is overlong and slow-moving, its narrative’s perspective, or point of view, is refreshing and subversive. So while Julia Hart’s I’m Your Woman won’t be for everyone, it is an easy film to recommend due to its stylish period look and its twist on the 1970s crime drama. Review

8.0

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16 december

16 dec

A thrilling low-budget horror film that fits right in with the popular Unfriended-films. Review

7.5

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15 december

15 dec

Ron Howard’s latest film is just a bland and generic rust belt rags-to-riches melodrama that most people will probably have forgotten about before the next Oscar ceremony. Review

5.5

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4 december

4 dec

This is such a wonderful surprise for Star Wars fans of all ages, even though it is slightly corny and cheesy. Review

7.0

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29 november

29 nov

It is easy to connect with, exceptionally amusing and entertaining, very quotable, and, like most of his films, it is sure to become a modern classic in Denmark before you know it. Review

9.0

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21 november

21 nov

Breeder is really just a predictable and lackluster torture porn film. Review

5.0

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19 november

19 nov

Artemis Fowl is not just a waste of talent but also of the popular source material. It is a huge missed opportunity and arguably the worst blockbuster film of the year. Review

2.0

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17 november

17 nov

On the Rocks is just an alright coming-of-middle-age-film that is elevated immensely by an undeniably charming performance from Bill Murray. Review

7.5

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7 november

7 nov

Remi Weekes’ His House is unsettling and shocking, and it is one of the better films that Netflix has released this year. Review

8.0

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2 november

2 nov

I think how you will respond to the sequel will depend on both how much you like the original 2006 mockumentary and how well you understand Sacha Baron Cohen’s brand of comedy. Review

8.0

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25 october

25 oct

The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a stirring courtroom drama that is both moving and gripping, warts and all. Review

8.0

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20 october

20 oct

Hubie Halloween is one of the best Straight-to-Netflix Sandler-comedies. That may not be a very high bar to clear, but it probably does mean that it will appeal to, and satisfy, quite a lot of Adam Sandler fans. Review

5.5

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11 october

11 oct

This is a powerful celebration of youth, life, and love that includes a truly intoxicating, electrifying, and rip-roaring ending that’ll stick with you. Review

9.5

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2 october

2 oct

The film absolutely will not work for everyone, as the combination of the film’s gruesome scenes, deliberate pace, and bleak tone is sometimes overwhelming. But this is an epic that can stick with you, in part because of how memorable some of the pivotal performances are. Review

8.0

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21 september

21 sep

Although some of the plot developments in Cho Il-hyung’s #Alive are, admittedly, trite, the focus on modern technology, communication, and the importance of a personal connection during a dangerous epidemic felt both fresh and relatable, which is why I will happily recommend this to horror fans who need something new to watch. Review

7.0

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12 september

12 sep

I’m Thinking of Ending Things really connected with me as a bleak, cerebral, and disconcerting psychological horror film about the passing of time, your relationship with culture, and the big regrets in life. Review

8.5

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9 september

9 sep

Boys State is a fantastic documentary that reveals an eerily accurate microcosm of the state of American politics. Review

8.5

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30 august

30 aug

I think Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is an ambitious and thrilling high-concept spy flick that, admittedly, is probably easier to admire than it is to love. Review

8.5

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29 august

29 aug

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