Movie reviews of Ruth Maramis

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

Number of movie reviews: 132 / 132

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The witty script by Jack Thorne and Bradbeer’s energetic direction sure makes for a delightful adaptation. I don’t even mind seeing more of Enola Holmes’ adventures! Review

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7 october

7 oct

The Social Dilemma might seem hyperbolic at times, and I feel that is on purpose for a cautionary tale such as this one. Review

8.0

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27 september

27 sep

Considering how confusing the movie is, the 150-minute running time actually doesn’t feel tedious or overlong. I only wish Nolan gave us a bit more for the heart as he did for the head. Review

5.5

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13 september

13 sep

The vibrant direction, dynamic performances, gorgeous cinematography, costumes, production design and general atmosphere of the film creates an immersive quality. Review

8.0

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7 september

7 sep

For a film about one of earth’s brightest minds, I think a film about him that fails to illuminate the man behind the inventions is a missed opportunity. Review

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23 august

23 aug

I think given the inherently poignant story, it could’ve been more meaty and heart-wrenching instead of a frothy movie with a few overly melodramatic moments peppered in. That said, I still think this is a pretty decent debut from D’Arcy. Review

6.0

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12 august

12 aug

At the heart of it is an engaging story, and an inspiring message against bigotry and racial supremacy that is more timely than ever. Review

8.0

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9 august

9 aug

I think I’d have liked it a lot more if the movie hadn’t been so predictable. Review

5.0

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2 august

2 aug

It’s got a heart as big as the big action pieces, and I’m sure glad to see a group of bad-ass superheroes with such a diverse cast. Review

8.0

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17 july

17 jul

I do enjoy British’s sarcastic humor and there’s plenty of that in this, but what’s different this time is there is a sad incident that gives the film a poignant layer. Review

7.0

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9 june

9 jun

Deerskin is certainly a weird movie, but reading about some of Dupieux’s previous work, this one seems to be the most accessible. Review

6.0

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18 may

18 may

It’s definitely an intriguing documentary for film fans, especially if you’re a fan of her work. Review

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12 may

12 may

I enjoyed this adaptation, but Emma always feels a bit too frivolous for me. Review

7.0

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8 march

8 mar

But it’s truly unfortunate that this movie is as bad as it is given all the elements–story, setting, cast–seemingly in place... Review

2.0

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23 february

23 feb

I don’t know that he’ll win new fans to his cinematic flair, but for those who enjoy his style, I’d say it’s was pretty darn entertaining. Review

7.0

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6 february

6 feb

Rian Johnson got so much flak for The Last Jedi which I actually enjoyed. I’m glad he’s back directing an original story as he’s clearly a gifted storyteller. In addition to the shrewd plot, he manages to inject a not-so-subtle jab about today’s political climate in regards to immigrants. Review

8.0

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22 january

22 jan

Overall, the talented cast elevates Just Mercy slightly above a run-of-the-mill social justice drama. Review

8.0

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20 january

20 jan

This is definitely one of the best literary adaptations... Review

9.0

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8 january

8 jan

It’s not a bad movie per se… I mean the actors did a good job in their roles, production design & special effects are top notch, John Williams‘ music is obviously still iconic, even Abrams’ direction is enjoyable… but at the end of the day, Chris Terrio and Abrams’ script is serviceable at best. Review

6.0

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30 december

30 dec

The main issue I had with the film is the general lack of energy and so much emphasis on melodrama rather than action. Review

5.0

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21 november

21 nov

That said, the movie does have its moments and is well worth seeing for the main cast alone (most notably Stewart). It sure looks gorgeous, boasted by excellent cinematography by Bill Pope, slick production design, and fun action sequences/car chases designed for pure escapism. Review

6.0

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17 november

17 nov

I love a good mystery film that isn’t overly grim and violent, and Motherless Brooklyn certainly fits the bill. It’s not quite as riveting nor utterly brilliant as L.A. Confidential, a 1950s neo-noir that Norton reportedly admire, but this one is still an enjoyable ride. Review

7.0

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7 november

7 nov

This is the kind of documentary that makes you shake your head repeatedly and also gets you riled up on how someone could deceive people and be allowed to do so for so long. Review

9.0

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2019.10.08

2019

I highly recommend this if you’re a fan of Patel, or if you’re up for an off-the-beaten path psychological thriller that’s more about the character development than a well-choreographed action sequence. Review

8.0

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2019.10.08

2019

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