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: 787 / 787

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Brief, simple, and incredibly sweet, this clever, vibrant, inspirational picture is an absolutely sumptuous appetizer; it’s almost a shame that it doesn’t carry on past its 7-minute runtime, especially with its lively score and its heartwarming stars. Review

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27 february

27 feb

Unfortunately, regardless of the little plot points that stretch this tale out to feature-length, the story is hopelessly generic. Review

3.0

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26 february

26 feb

Thanks to the humor, this story will likely reach greater audiences, but it’s the serious, historical elements that are essential. Review

8.0

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24 february

24 feb

Part of what makes this all so effective is how straight the actors play their parts; in the face of unending fatuousness, the cast remains earnestly aboveboard, which only heightens the picture’s success. Review

8.0

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23 february

23 feb

His efforts to turn funny but small episodes of humorous catastrophes into a feature-length picture result in readily identifiable, disparate concepts being strung together with little regard for a cohesive plot. Review

4.0

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20 february

20 feb

Timately, the concepts of writer David Odell and director Jeannot Szwarc don’t fit with their avenues of execution; they may have lofty ideas, but they fail to bring them to the screen with a suitable level of spectacle. Review

2.0

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18 february

18 feb

But no matter how impactful the finale, it’s difficult to appreciate the film as a whole; it’s very clearly two distinct pictures: one about the rises and falls of a Hollywood couple, and the other a collection of musical numbers to illustrate the magnificent art of Judy Garland. Review

6.0

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16 february

16 feb

When the actors don’t appear as if they’re making this movie solely as an excuse to be on vacation, the humor is inconsistent at best. Review

3.0

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14 february

14 feb

The roles all exhibit an astounding authenticity, made more compelling by their intimate environments and situations. More than anything else, Minari is a character study. Review

7.0

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12 february

12 feb

The many nuanced supporting roles are comparably balanced against a backdrop of violence and betrayal, with emotional reflection remaining potent when alternated with brutality, underdog revolutionary causes, and looming tragedies. Review

8.0

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11 february

11 feb

What should have been a slightly more thought-provoking, emotional, existential crisis (or perhaps a cautionary tale) instead resorts predominantly to disaster movie tropes... Review

4.0

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9 february

9 feb

The Mauritanian presents some horrifyingly compelling imagery and a couple of extraordinary scenes, but its parts are clearly better than the whole. Review

7.0

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4 february

4 feb

Despite the unhurried storytelling, the consistency with which clues are discovered and suspects encountered keeps things engaging. Review

6.0

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30 january

30 jan

There just isn’t enough going on, made more disappointing when no unforgettably potent (or even moderately sentimental) sequences arise to mark an indelible piece of filmmaking. Review

4.0

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29 january

29 jan

Ultimately, the two vastly disparate concepts compete against one another, allowing neither one to succeed. Review

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28 january

28 jan

Reds attains an epic feel, though its setting and premise and political views are never as striking (or as prominently defined) as the romance. Review

9.0

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27 january

27 jan

The overemphasized expressions, sudden outbursts, noirish narration, high-contrast lighting, neon glows, radiant makeup and costuming, and practically impromptu, terribly lavish numbers become more and more absorbing. Review

8.0

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26 january

26 jan

The back-and-forth battles, primarily conducted by Rolfe and chief prosecutor Colonel Tad Lawson, are absolutely gripping. Review

9.0

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23 january

23 jan

Plenty of time is allotted for meaningful character development and potent interactions, as well as a stirring build-up to the conclusion, full of rousing speeches and preparations for a climactic attack and siege – but it’s evident that the pacing is off. Review

7.0

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21 january

21 jan

Historically and stereotypically, the sex and drugs take a toll on the brain. Either way, the hilariousness here is unending. Review

8.0

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20 january

20 jan

It’s a surprisingly deft combination of romance, twisty comedic scenarios, and hilarious dialogue. Review

10

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18 january

18 jan

Narrated like a fairy tale, Sabrina is very much a take on Cinderella, but updated with realistic relationships and a dearth of whimsical magic... Review

7.0

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15 january

15 jan

As funny as the picture is, with characters cracking jokes and devising clever insults, it’s also exceptionally sweet. The love story may not be the most original, but it’s genuine and heartfelt, nicely complemented by Burt Bacharach’s music... Review

10

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13 january

13 jan

There’s still modest, consistent entertainment to be had with the adventure and romance leading up to the close. Review

6.0

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9 january

9 jan

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