Movie reviews of Christie Robb

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Number of movie reviews: 18 / 18

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It’s a scary documentary Goldberg has put together. It’s scary because of the real-life examples of abuse, vandalism, and murder, and because the film itself can be a bit simplistic. Review

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26 february

26 feb

It’s a hard film to watch that explores what, besides our time and labor, we are trading in exchange for a paycheck. Review

8.0

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20 february

20 feb

As in Les Mis, Hooper has his cast sing live, and it is Hudson’s performance of the signature song Memory that far outshines every other musical number here. It’s likely what you’ll be humming as you walk out of the theatre, and the one thing you’ll most remember about these Cats. Review

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19 december

19 dec

An impressive film, I anticipate great things to come from Attanasio, Morrone and Dale. Review

9.0

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10 december

10 dec

In the end, Nekrotronic delivers a little bit of everything, but it not enough of the right things. Review

4.0

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2019.11.17

2019

This is definitely a film made for fans of the show, as a newbie would probably be completely lost even with the recap. But for those who spent 2011-2016 devouring the show like a warm scone fresh out of the oven, the movie is a delightfully unnecessary, but very welcome, treat. Review

8.0

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2019.09.19

2019

The film is praiseworthy in the way it covers a civilian taking a moral stand against a corrupt state. Review

6.0

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2019.09.13

2019

With such a breadth of information to cover, the film would have benefited from a bit less artifice and a bit more contextual information. Still, it’ll stay with you, prompting some serious thinking about the intersections of political and corporate interests and what people will do to maintain power. Review

6.0

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2019.08.28

2019

The premise was interesting, centered around a teenage Leonardo Da Vinci who brings mechanical contraptions into being in 15th century Italy. But as we passed the 10 minute mark with no inciting incident, I realized we were in trouble. Review

3.0

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2019.07.31

2019

Weird, occasionally wandering, Leto, provided a glimpse into the experience of artists living in a gritty, austere world that I’ve not thought much about before, but probably will now. Review

8.0

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2019.07.20

2019

You just wish that there was more of a story there, more character development, more cheerleading even. The cast is way too good for this. Review

4.0

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2019.05.09

2019

As it is, the movie tries to be too many things and ends up being an ok entry rather than a good one. Review

5.0

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2019.03.13

2019

This charming bit of nostalgia makes for an excellent holiday movie that celebrates the joys of childhood, imagination and family. Review

8.0

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2018.12.19

2018

If you don’t know a lot about Callas, do your research beforehand and come for the music and her arresting performances. Review

6.0

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2018.12.05

2018

A pretty movie with some great voice acting that’s got enough detail in the background to make you smile. But it’s the kind of amusement you’ll probably forget about soon enough, like planking, Keyboard Cat, or Doge memes. Review

6.0

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2018.11.19

2018

Oscar-bait good. Review

7.0

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2018.10.04

2018

Visually stunning, but emotionally monotonous... Review

6.0

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2018.08.17

2018

Satirical and quietly devastating, I Am Not a Witch is a fairy tale rooted in the dust. Review

8.0

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2018.08.01

2018

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