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 film has a tremendously difficult time taking itself seriously. There are plenty of jump scares and gruesome violence, but even when victims absorb stabs or bludgeons or have fresh wounds torn open, there’s a streak of humor running through the assaults. When behaviors are goofy, it’s difficult to appreciate the horror. Review

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30 june

30 jun

Despite a few lags, The Hours ends up being a poignant, mature, satisfying drama and, in many ways, ahead of its time. Review

8.0

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29 june

29 jun

Marking this as one of the most significant (simple yet sincere) of all prehistoric adventures. Review

8.0

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27 june

27 jun

Once the attacks begin, the film grows slightly more interesting, if only because of the curious combination of monster effects. Review

6.0

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26 june

26 jun

It’s consistently entertaining, unconcerned with showy, big moments; it’s the smaller, intimate sequences of friendship or romance or heartbreak or slumps that really win out. Review

9.0

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25 june

25 jun

Despite the competent moments of adventure, the story remains hopelessly inscrutable. Review

3.0

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24 june

24 jun

Some of the action is enjoyable and some of the chivalry is amusing, even though the execution of this tale is woefully inadequate. Review

6.0

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23 june

23 jun

He film is essentially a playbook for what to expect in this soberingly believable situation, though its entertainment value intermittently tends to dip below its educational elements – yet in a world after the rise of Covid-19, Contagion probably ought to be required viewing. Review

7.0

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21 june

21 jun

The characters are engrossing and the situations amusing, steadily building as if a sudden shift in tone or action could spontaneously transform the plot; intentions and motivations are kept ambiguous, putting the viewer at a certain unease, even as activities turn out to be sweet, comical, or surprisingly ordinary. Review

7.0

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20 june

20 jun

Adding to that are some hysterical scenes of bungled election tactics, though these tend to get countered by the numerous, only slightly satirized nods to real-life, bleak truths about municipal contests – elements that stay relevant even as modernization and technology have reshaped the little particulars about the various processes. Review

6.0

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19 june

19 jun

With the intention of renovated realism, the film comparably struggles, unable to avoid unintentional humor in the bizarreness of transformations and the stalking of prey – despite the various, graphic amendments. At its best, it reminds of An American Werewolf in London or The Thing, though it never goes far enough with the practical effects and makeup to be a competent monster movie. Review

2.0

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18 june

18 jun

With the editing style, voiceover commentary, and the allure of drug-fueled riches, Blow draws many parallels to Goodfellas. The themes are quite similar – along with the tone, the span of time, and the glamorization of crime. The cast, however, isn’t as powerful, and the direction isn’t as engrossing; certain periods feel repetitive and the roles aren’t as sympathetic or unpredictable. Review

5.0

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17 june

17 jun

Like in most horror films, humans can be just as abominable as the supernatural enemies, especially when mob mentalities infect rational individuals. But the heroism, the stunts, the action, the harrowing scenarios, and the relentless zombie violence are likely to be the most memorable elements. Review

7.0

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16 june

16 jun

But the storyline is trivial at best, especially when, about two-thirds into the picture, it feels as if a new film has begun. It’s basically a serial, stylish as it may be, with multiple, disparate adventures stitched together – perhaps not unexpected, considering that the source material is a comic strip. Review

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16 june

16 jun

Garbo is by far the best part of this picture, managing to carry the bulk of it despite its many shortcomings. Review

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15 june

15 jun

The film’s frank sexuality and the widespread controversy surrounding it is sure to outshine the production as a whole – or as a work of art. Review

2.0

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14 june

14 jun

With enchanting music by Eastwood regular Lennie Niehaus, and an unhurried, simple, convincing screenplay, The Bridges of Madison County is that rare picture full of warmth and emotion without depicting anything larger-than-life or out-of-this-world. Review

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13 june

13 jun

There’s potential here, but it’s considerably squandered. Review

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12 june

12 jun

When the beast inevitably climbs onto dry land to wreak havoc on New York City itself, it’s a riotous good time. Review

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8 june

8 jun

Even though there are some unexpected leaps in the plot, the emotional genuineness wins out – and the closing shot is superb. Review

8.0

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4 june

4 jun

Even when sizable blunders burst into unimaginable proportions, it’s difficult to be mad at these personas; they’re funny when they bicker and charming when they reconnect. Review

7.0

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1 june

1 jun

Them! was one of the first of the giant insect movies, spawning plenty of copycats – and it’s easily one of the best. Review

7.0

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22 may

22 may

Sadly, it’s one of the blander of these fantasy forays, perhaps due in part to the minimum of action and monsters. Review

3.0

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20 may

20 may

It’s a satisfying, rambunctious, cinematic end to a troubling predicament. Review

8.0

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19 may

19 may

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