Movie reviews of Ruth Maramis

These are all the movies and series that Ruth has reviewed. Read more at: FlixChatter.

Number of movie reviews: 196 / 196

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Love Sarah is a love letter to anyone who’s ever had a big dream or lost someone dear… it’s also a heartfelt story about second chances that should be relatable to anyone. Review

7.0

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22 july

22 jul

As far as spy series go, The Little Drummer Girl ranks as one of the best I’ve ever seen and Pugh is definitely one of my absolute favorite actors working today. Review

9.0

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12 july

12 jul

Overall there are lots to love here, the screenplay by Eric Pearson manages to balance the action, humor and emotional moments pretty well. Review

9.0

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8 july

8 jul

Director Chris McKay and writer Zach Dean didn’t exactly create an iconic alien disaster blockbuster, but it’s fun enough for a one-time watch. Review

6.0

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6 july

6 jul

It features Diane Kruger’s best performance in the lead role as a German woman whose life collapses after the death of her husband and son in a bomb attack. Review

7.0

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1 july

1 jul

She truly is a one of a kind artist, an EGOT winner no less, and at 89 years of age, she is still as sprightly and vivacious as ever! Review

8.0

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1 july

1 jul

It’s not an enjoyable movie per se, but an effective and also frustrating one, featuring a terrific performance by Julia Garner. Review

7.0

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1 july

1 jul

Using state-of-the-art technology, experts were able debunk some of the most persistent myths about these victims in these final moments. Review

8.0

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1 july

1 jul

It’s pretty insightful and educational, combining expert interviews with motion graphics as visual aid. Review

7.0

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1 july

1 jul

If you’re a fan of Neeson-in-action, then The Ice Road would be a decent movie to pass the time. Review

5.0

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30 june

30 jun

F9

Though I was entertained, I do wish it’d behoove the filmmakers and producers (including Diesel) to actually make an effort with at least a somewhat sensible story with the behemoth budget they’re given. Review

5.0

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28 june

28 jun

It’s not exactly groundbreaking and I feel like overcoming prejudice/stereotype is a topic that’s been covered before to better effect, i.e. Zootopia. That said, what this movie does have in abundance is the high energy, vibrancy and warmth of genuine friendship. Review

6.0

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24 june

24 jun

It’s not a long movie but by the end of it, I felt tired from both the non-stop action and the banal plot, which is made worse by a promise of yet another potential sequel [cue eye roll]. Review

4.0

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17 june

17 jun

Despite those narrative issues, I think it’s a well-crafted movie brimming with vibrancy and pulsing with sweet energy. Review

7.0

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13 june

13 jun

There’s a Welsh expression ‘hwyl’ which is pronounced ‘hoo-eel’ to express a great deal of energy, fervor and enthusiasm. Well, this film certainly captures that spirit and then some! Review

8.0

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11 june

11 jun

In any case, I appreciate this movie but not swept away by it. Still, you could do so much worse than watching a Christian Petzold film with these two wonderful leads. Petzold remains a filmmaker I admire and I look forward to what he’ll tackle next. Review

7.0

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4 june

4 jun

Annette Bening and Bill Nighy are terrific as a couple dealing with the breakup of a marriage and O’Connor is especially soulful here as their son who’s torn between the two parents in the split. Review

7.0

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1 june

1 jun

Given the topic of high-tech and innovation, etc. I’d expect a film that’s inventive in presenting its arguments, but still it’s worth a look for its subject matter alone. Review

6.0

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1 june

1 jun

It’s pretty spooky at first but it grew more frustrating than scary, and the ending is pretty bonkers but not in a good way. Cliché-ridden and downright silly in parts that it’s hard to connect with any of the characters which makes the whole affair pretty boring. Review

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1 june

1 jun

Aside from the costume design, I don’t think Gillespie‘s storytelling is all that groundbreaking nor inventive. Review

5.0

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28 may

28 may

This Danish action comedy could be the gem of the year, delivering laughs and intense brutal action in equal measure. It can switch from hilarity to extreme brutality in quick succession, yet it doesn’t feel jarring. Review

9.0

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20 may

20 may

I still enjoy the movie despite the flaws. It’s watchable enough with a few moments leaving me at the edge of my seat. Review

6.0

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18 may

18 may

This movie adds nothing new to the action thriller genre and overall is a complete waste of time. I like Statham generally but he’s just so boring here. Review

3.0

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10 may

10 may

There are plenty of films about the refugee experience, but LIMBO definitely stands out from the pack for its unusual wry approach. The film isn’t afraid to be melancholic without resorting to over-sentimentalism. Review

8.0

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8 may

8 may

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