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: 785 / 785

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The acting is exceptional, allowing the loosely connected storylines to garner greater gravity. Review

6.0

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6 january

6 jan

There are chuckles to be found, though they’re not nearly as memorable as Monroe’s costume changes or the iconic sequence in which she stands over subway vents in a white gown. Review

6.0

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5 january

5 jan

The Midnight Sky could have been a cautionary tale about mankind destroying Earth, or even just a visual spectacle to take in the wonders of an alien planet or a tranquil spacewalk, but instead it’s a meandering, ineffectively existential, terrible bore. Review

3.0

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1 january

1 jan

It’s all hopelessly, preposterously unbelievable. Review

3.0

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26 december

26 dec

Car chases, shootouts, and various stunts are orchestrated with sincerity and severity. And using excellent actors, even in smaller roles lends a certain gravity to what could have been akin to a flimsy, forgettable episode of Star Trek. Review

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23 december

23 dec

Based on a DC Comics property, this adaptation suffers from a lack of seriousness and a lack of severity. Review

3.0

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18 december

18 dec

The film might not be Disney’s most impressive work, but it’s still expertly designed, quite satisfying, and highly memorable for its key romantic sequences. Review

7.0

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13 december

13 dec

It’s a very convincing love story, even when it follows formulaic patterns. Review

9.0

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12 december

12 dec

The occasional sequences of frightening realism are quickly washed out by monster movie excessiveness, but it’s undeniably engaging; the tension is incredible. Review

6.0

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11 december

11 dec

None of it makes for a particularly notable production, however, which is this film’s biggest downfall; it just doesn’t leave much of an impression. Review

4.0

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10 december

10 dec

The longer Cassie is onscreen, the more fascinating her character gets, even if her authenticity correspondingly wanes. Review

6.0

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9 december

9 dec

Its failure to tell anything close to a complete story does succeed in encouraging viewers to re-watch Citizen Kane. Review

2.0

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8 december

8 dec

Soul is never quite as funny, heartfelt, or moving as the pictures that preceded it, disappointingly leaving major points of satisfaction curiously unresolved or unexplored. Review

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26 november

26 nov

Though the premise is amusing once the primary gimmick is revealed, the plot immediately runs out of ideas. Review

6.0

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15 november

15 nov

The zombie-based horror is still moderately effective, but these characters and their scenarios struggle to appear as anything other than additional adventures from overly familiar storylines. Review

2.0

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7 november

7 nov

It’s evident that not enough of the film is devoted to believable biohazard thrills, nor is enough focused on martial arts combat; this particular hybrid story doesn’t work well with Seagal’s standard brand of action... Review

3.0

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6 november

6 nov

With formulaic precision, the once realistic scenario of a tragically disconnected family transforms into a nail-biting thriller, full of faintly frightening, troublingly taunting characters... Review

5.0

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3 november

3 nov

The slapstick mayhem, the breaks for piano fingering or harp strumming or guitar plucking, and the competition over a pretty girl (regular Thelma Todd) are entirely familiar... Review

6.0

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30 october

30 oct

The shoddiness of the picture is part of the charm; the freakishness of the characters is diverting; and the mutant mayhem, musical gags, sexual jokes, and utter absurdity of the plot maintain interest. Review

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17 october

17 oct

Unfortunately, Neeson’s character design is the only tried-and-true one here; the supporting roles fail to muster any creativity. Review

4.0

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14 october

14 oct

There’s also slapstick and physical fumbles, but it’s only a matter of time before Babe’s guilt gets the better of her, transitioning the awkward, sweet, sentimental love story into one of tragedy and heartbreak and commentary on greed, moochers, and the truly needy – perpetually kept down by the excesses of the ultra rich. Review

7.0

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3 october

3 oct

Fortunately, the script is smart enough to let the film conclude with Pacino returning for the last word – a sagacious decision that brings back the one element that truly excels. It also helps that the movie has such a continuously heartwarming and funny vibe. Review

7.0

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30 september

30 sep

Though it’s fueled by memorable moments of dippy lampooning, it also carries on a touch too long; it’s quite funny but ultimately not as polished as it could be. Review

6.0

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26 september

26 sep

The characters here are all absorbing, even with their questionable conduct and especially because of their sociological conundrums... Review

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22 september

22 sep

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