Movie reviews of Sandy Schaefer

These are all the movies and series that Sandy has reviewed. Read more at: Screen Rant.

Number of movie reviews: 438 / 438

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Face the Music is clearly a passion project for the minds behind Bill & Ted, and it results in a sequel that coasts by on its goofy humor and heart. Review

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28 august

28 aug

Between its concise action and Crowe's scenery-chewing, Unhinged makes for an amusingly trashy B-movie, even if its social commentary never congeals. Review

5.0

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20 august

20 aug

While it's far from a refined genre-blending thrill ride, there's enough about Project Power that works to partially offset its fundamental problems. Review

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13 august

13 aug

Combined with Ayer's continued storytelling missteps, The Tax Collector amounts to a lot of blood and brutality without the soulfulness to match. Review

3.0

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7 august

7 aug

What you end up with is a better history lesson than drama, in spite of the obvious care with which Hanks brings the story of Greyhound to life. Review

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6 july

6 jul

A jumbled mess of an adaptation, Artemis Fowl struggles to entertain on its own terms, much less as a Disney-fied re-imagining of its source material. Review

3.0

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12 june

12 jun

While it can be too elliptical for its own good, Shirley is a frequently spellbinding blend of fiction and memoir anchored by a mesmerizing Moss. Review

7.0

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5 june

5 jun

Although it makes for a better rom-com than murder-mystery, The Lovebirds is an entertaining romp powered to life by Nanjiani and Rae's chemistry. Review

6.0

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20 may

20 may

Blue Story can be messy in stretches, but it's undeniably passionate and carried by its simple, yet effective, and sometimes lyrical storytelling. Review

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5 may

5 may

Arkansas struggles to find an internal rhythm - resulting in a laid-back crime film that suffers from flat execution, in spite of some bright spots. Review

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5 may

5 may

Despite the spectacular stunt work, Extraction is a garden-variety action-thriller dragged down by its regressive white savior elements. Review

5.0

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22 april

22 apr

For all its stylized flourishes and raw performances, True History of the Kelly Gang's confused narrative prevents it from fully taking off. Review

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20 april

20 apr

Uneven yet sincere in its execution, Sergio combines simplified political melodrama with a tragic love story powered by its leads' performances. Review

6.0

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17 april

17 apr

Jump Shot´╗┐ is an important basketball history lesson, shining a light on one of the game's unsung heroes who deserves more recognition. Review

8.0

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17 april

17 apr

Both amusingly ridiculous and completely by the numbers, The Main Event makes for generally watchable (though very disposable) kid-friendly fluff. Review

5.0

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14 april

14 apr

As sweet, if packaged, as wrapped candy, Trolls World Tour serves up enough psychedelic visuals and positive messages to earn its keep. Review

6.0

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10 april

10 apr

Anchored by Yang's sensitive direction and a Tzi Ma performance teeming with life, Tigertail is romantic, thoughtful, and heartbreaking all at once. Review

8.0

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10 april

10 apr

Slapdash to a fault, Coffee & Kareem is an irreverent time-waster that can't make up its mind about whether it's sophomoric or subversive. Review

4.0

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3 april

3 apr

Armed with a truly feminine perspective, Blow the Man Down rises above being a Coen Brothers imitation to deliver a gripping and tightly-woven yarn. Review

7.0

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20 march

20 mar

Thanks to its charming cast and even-handed blend of laughs and drama, Drunk Bus generally succeeds in putting a fresh spin on its familiar story. Review

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17 march

17 mar

A better survival thriller than social commentary via the horror genre, The Hunt only just holds together thanks to Betty Gilpin's virtuoso lead turn. Review

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13 march

13 mar

Spenser Confidential has the makings of an amusingly pulpy blend of action, comedy, and noir, yet its middling execution drags the whole thing down. Review

4.0

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6 march

6 mar

Though it lacks the grit and gristle of the best London adaptations, The Call of the Wild is elevated by Harrison Ford and a very good CGI doggo. Review

6.0

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17 february

17 feb

Unlike Louis-Dreyfus' nuanced and sharply drawn performance, Downhill tends to sketch its uncomfortable comedy-drama scenarios a little too broadly. Review

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14 february

14 feb

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