Movie reviews of Ruth Maramis

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

Number of movie reviews: 481 / 481

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At a little over two hours, the film felt a bit long and dragged a bit, but the subject matter was so fascinating that it retained my interest. Review

7.0

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21 february

21 feb

This documentary was so well-edited, well-paced, and immensely entertaining that I definitely don’t mind watching it again. Review

9.0

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21 february

21 feb

If you’re looking for an entertaining, dynamic original indie movie with equal action and heart, then you can’t go wrong with Marmalade. Review

7.0

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15 february

15 feb

The film just isn’t entertaining to me, not even a glint of joy as Coppola drenched it in gloom and melancholy. Review

5.0

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8 february

8 feb

Gripping, and emotional but with well-timed moments of levity, Vasarhelyi and Chin definitely do Nyad’s incredible story justice! Review

8.0

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8 february

8 feb

Can’t say I’m clamoring for more of this type of risible spy thriller that’s absurdly expensive to make with not much to show for it. Review

5.0

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3 february

3 feb

This is the most inept, boring, pointless movie… not sure why people even compliment the visuals as it’s visually garish + ugly! Review

2.0

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1 february

1 feb

The subject matter is so fascinating that it deserves a much more compelling movie! Review

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1 february

1 feb

Mélanie Laurent directs and stars in this French action comedy… the tone is a bit off but manages to still be quite entertaining thanks to exhilarating high-octane action and the fun chemistry of the female cast, notably Adèle Exarchopoulos. Review

6.0

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1 february

1 feb

Overall I find it more enjoyable than Ferrari and the racing scenes, including the crashes, are well-staged, it uses CGI in an effective way to showcase the video game elements that enhance its storytelling. Review

7.0

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1 february

1 feb

Leo

I was expecting a silly fish-out-of-water (well, a lizard-out-of-its-terrarium in this case) comedy, but LEO turns out to be quite a gem of a movie about unlikely friendships, loyalty, and aging gracefully, plus there are some life lessons delivered in a fun but endearing way. Review

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1 february

1 feb

It’s a well-acted two-hander starring Sarsgaard and the always-watchable Jessica Chastain, Memory is a deeply layered and moving drama about past trauma and finding connection when you least expect it. Review

7.0

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1 february

1 feb

High production quality, beautiful cinematography, and lovely music by Volker Bertelmann all make this a memorable war drama. Review

8.0

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26 january

26 jan

I just wish there were more of these profound moments to make the film more memorable than it is. Perhaps it’s best to leave it as a stage adaptation. Review

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25 january

25 jan

Foe

If you like the cast, I recommend you seek this one out, it’s got enough going for it that just might pleasantly surprise you. Review

6.0

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21 january

21 jan

There is plenty to marvel at in Poor Things, but in the end, it’s Bella’s odyssey of self-discovery that makes the film worth watching, beautifully realized by Stone and the excellent ensemble cast. Review

8.0

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17 january

17 jan

Origin is a towering achievement, adapting a non-fiction book as a narrative film is tricky, but she manages to weave an impressively engaging, deeply moving, and thought-provoking piece. Review

8.0

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14 january

14 jan

Fans of French cinema and/or foodie movies should definitely seek this one out... Review

8.0

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9 january

9 jan

The sense of mystery and melancholy is magnified by Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch’s evocative score and Jamie Ramsay’s ethereal cinematography that looks stunning on the big screen. Review

7.0

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3 january

3 jan

It’s a simple, meditative piece featuring a captivating lead performance by Koji Yakusho. Review

8.0

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31 december

31 dec

Despite the thrilling race sequences, Ferrari lacks a certain oomph (or vroom in this case) to mark a memorable comeback. Review

5.0

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29 december

29 dec

American Fiction is a biting satire that’s thoroughly engaging and as multidimensional as its characters. Review

9.0

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26 december

26 dec

Directed by George Seaton and co-written by Seaton and Valentine Davies, this movie truly captures the spirit of Christmas … about goodwill, generosity, kindness, and serving others. Review

9.0

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23 december

23 dec

The film takes a while to get going but gets more engaging once it gets into gear. Overall I think Troughton did a good job crafting an atmospheric and intriguing thriller with an effective less-is-more approach. Review

7.0

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21 december

21 dec

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