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: 812 / 812

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In the end, the humor is significant, turning the incongruity of African plights and sincere antagonists into opportunities for fourth-wall-breaking, nonsensical, fantastical feats of stupidity and playful sabotage – even though few of them are memorable and most are of the low-effort, cartoonish variety... Review

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16 july

16 jul

Winger clearly has the harder role and she’s very convincing; in contrast, Gere has a difficult time conveying believable sentiments, even when he’s supposed to be angry, which should be the easiest. Still, the story is engaging, chronicling the efforts of two disparate people as they struggle not to end up like their parents... Review

7.0

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13 july

13 jul

Pig

In the end, however, it’s not enough; Cage may be mesmerizing in every scene, but only because audiences are anticipating some spontaneous, chaotically absurd freak-out (utilizing a very special set of skills), which this production just isn’t able to deliver. Review

3.0

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10 july

10 jul

Storytelling clearly isn’t the priority here; instead, once the alien attackers are finally shown in full, the picture is all about sci-fi action. Review

4.0

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3 july

3 jul

Problematically, the main characters are too bland to create much of an impression; heroes are largely defined by their ability to survive, while villains are designated by spouting words of hate and bigotry or wielding blood-soaked munitions. Review

3.0

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1 july

1 jul

As it shifts away from a take on La Femme Nikita to the dystopian sci-fi routines of Equilibrium, ultimately betraying a distillation as a simple revenge flick, Black Widow proceeds to remind viewers that all of this could have been so much more powerful and riveting without the over-the-top tech or superheroes of any kind. Review

6.0

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29 june

29 jun

The humorous moments are terribly effective, while the romance and action are thoroughly entertaining. Review

7.0

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24 june

24 jun

F9

In the end, the entertaining moments of colossal destruction are overshadowed by exhaustingly moronic, fantastically unthinkable undertakings... Review

2.0

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22 june

22 jun

Sticking primarily to the humor, the elements of adversity pose fleeting severity, which helps keep the mood airy. Review

8.0

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17 june

17 jun

The pacing is swift and the design of the action engaging (even though the resolution feels as equally hasty as the opening, and therefore largely unconvincing), lending to a simple (perhaps overly so, especially for a Pixar piece) yet pleasant little fable. Review

6.0

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15 june

15 jun

While the musical numbers are the highlight, always spirited and inspirational, bits of commentary on life in the Heights are also notable. Review

7.0

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12 june

12 jun

The pacing is likewise impaired, unable to keep things engaging as the dry dialogue, blander character designs, and failed comic relief bog down the plot. Review

2.0

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10 june

10 jun

Yet the rambunctious relationships heaped with silly cynicism pose a reasonably enjoyable – and likely forgettable – piece of filmmaking. Review

5.0

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8 june

8 jun

It clearly resembles its stage origins, with limited sets, few characters, and unremitting dialogue, but the leads are absolutely charming enough to carry the picture... Review

9.0

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3 june

3 jun

Along with Cole’s carefree attitude, a considerable amount of humor weaves its way through the script, punctuating the typical Western conflicts with hilarious moments of deception and flirting. Review

7.0

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1 june

1 jun

With its greater resources, the film also enjoys more sets, more props (and costumes and Muppet-like animatronics), and more computer animation – none of which increases the quality or the entertainment value. Review

4.0

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29 may

29 may

Unexpectedly, much of the ludicrousness works: the misadventures pose a decided cheeriness, the modern soundtrack complements the eccentricity, the leads’ unyielding positivity is inspiring, and the humor musters laughs. Review

7.0

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28 may

28 may

Plenty of humor snakes its way into the premise, but its effectiveness rests somewhere in the 50% range. Review

5.0

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26 may

26 may

A Quiet Place Part II may not be as solid as its predecessor, but it’s an impressively designed, nicely matched, thoroughly entertaining follow-up that deserves to be seen on the big screen. Review

7.0

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25 may

25 may

The movie keeps getting sillier, more careless with its plotting, more pointless with its killing spree, and sloppier in its execution, until it culminates in a staggeringly absurd, drawn-out, unexciting showdown. Review

1.0

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22 may

22 may

Despite the familiar themes and acceptable performances, the subplots become tedious, the running time overbearing, and the content increasingly dull... Review

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20 may

20 may

The bloodiness has increased right alongside the sex and nudity, utilizing modest CG but more impressive amounts of practical effects that simply look better and age better. Review

3.0

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18 may

18 may

The film is rarely interested in exploring these concepts, instead routinely returning to gore, nakedness, and even action and adventure. Review

5.0

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15 may

15 may

This is a preeminent, seminal gangster flick. Review

10

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14 may

14 may

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