Movie reviews of The Massie Twins

These are all the movies and series that The Massie Twins has reviewed. Read more at: Gone With The Twins.

Number of movie reviews: 1114 / 1114

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Though Eric’s story isn’t extraordinary – it is, in fact, a rather routine representation of an immigrant’s mission and plight – it’s nonetheless touching... Review

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24 february

24 feb

It’s a bleakly realistic, topical exposé on faith, as flames are fanned to warp and corrupt outcomes and pawns. It takes far too long, excising a couple of details that might have been revelatory for the personas, and adding a few that absolutely didn’t need to be included. Review

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23 february

23 feb

As the premise departs more and more from sensibility, it continues to offer very little innovation. Review

3.0

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21 february

21 feb

It’s an amusing concept, but its potential for compelling commentary or lingering pathos essentially stops when the running time does. Review

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17 february

17 feb

Killing and torture and brainwashing have little effect on these broadly-drawn stereotypes, while flashbacks to mere seconds prior seem to taunt viewers with the impression that they’re abnormally forgetful, requiring extra prodding to understand pitiful cliches. Just when it seems as if it can’t get any stupider, it absolutely does. Review

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1 february

1 feb

This short documentary isn’t without charm, even if it doesn’t go far enough into the minutia of Blink’s obsession. Review

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25 january

25 jan

With horror movie sound effects, the conflicts are nerve-wracking, though there tends to be more waiting and hiding than stalking and killing. Nevertheless, the limited number of players, the shifting allegiances, the careful deception, and the predicaments of survival beyond just avoiding death at the hands of one another prove to be quite engaging. Review

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20 january

20 jan

Expertly directed and staged by Alex Lora, this is excellent material for a short film. Review

7.0

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19 january

19 jan

It’s simple and stupid yet mostly entertaining, fueled by Statham’s comfort in roles that dole out executions upon hordes of special forces soldiers, some quirky bee factoids, and the distinct demarcation of good versus evil. Review

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17 january

17 jan

Ultimately, though it’s not better as a standalone production, this updated Mean Girls is a somewhat sharper, more refined, retrofitted undertaking that offers up a generous serving of entertainment value. Review

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16 january

16 jan

The entire affair is so painfully formulaic, predictable, and unoriginal that it feels as if a Fast and Furious film staged underwater. Review

2.0

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21 december

21 dec

Although The Zone of Interest is definitely an astounding work, portraying a lesser-seen element of existences during one of the darkest of historical times, its lack of subtleness detracts from its artistry – and even its forcefulness. Review

6.0

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15 december

15 dec

In the end, if this episode was meant to rejuvenate or reboot the franchise (it’s a prequel in the timeline), it surely won’t; it’s just too forgettable and unoriginal to make much of an impact. Review

2.0

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9 december

9 dec

It’s never edge-of-your-seat chilling, but it’s difficult to tire of the intensity and entertainment value of the drama. Review

9.0

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7 december

7 dec

He was exceptionally famous and talented and accomplished, but his story just isn’t that engaging; his history simply isn’t that cinematic, exciting, surprising, or unconventional, considering that the bulk of his dramas are merely rows with his wife or quiet denials of gossipy subjects. Review

4.0

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2 december

2 dec

Wright is superb, giving a sensational performance that mines the best from both the wit and the heart. Plus, the music is impressively fitting, while the conclusion is an absolute win, vacillating between the worst possible ending and the best, reiterating the hilarity of preconceived notions and audience expectations. Review

8.0

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1 december

1 dec

Celie’s journey, though wrought with hardships, is thought-provoking, educational, nerve-wracking and, finally, wholesome and triumphant, boasting a tear-jerking closing sequence. Review

7.0

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30 november

30 nov

Though Poor Things is strikingly outlandish and fantastical, armed with top-notch performances and a witty script, the cleverness is simply too buried beneath an overwrought story. Review

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29 november

29 nov

Problematically, the film unfolds like a psychological thriller, but without a steady stream of psychological intrigue and virtually no thrills. Review

4.0

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28 november

28 nov

The plot and the cast are notably mediocre. Review

3.0

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17 november

17 nov

Napoleon is something of a history lesson – pausing on major events without much speculation or commentary, offering a bit of artistry yet fleeting gusto. Review

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15 november

15 nov

The Marvels becomes an entirely extraneous episode, overflowing with plenty of the same stuff from before, but offering far less pizzazz. Review

2.0

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8 november

8 nov

The animation is effective to match the feature-length films (it follows the events of Toy Story 3), while the plot engagingly mirrors one of the major aspects of Toy Story 2. Review

7.0

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4 november

4 nov

It doesn’t help when the story here is so convoluted and silly, and when the wise-cracking main characters fail to take any of the situations seriously. Review

2.0

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31 october

31 oct

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