Movie reviews of Molly Freeman

These are all the movies and series that Molly has reviewed. Read more at: Screen Rant.

Number of movie reviews: 202 / 202

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After We Fell is the pulpy, melodramatic and messy continuation of Tessa and Hardin's story that may appeal to diehard fans, but no one else. Review

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19 october

19 oct

Venom: Let There Be Carnage delivers some more of what works - Eddie and Venom's dynamic - though everything around them remains quite messy. Review

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6 october

6 oct

The Addams Family 2 is a shallow continuation that spends too much time on unconnected hijinks resulting in an uneven sequel with much less heart. Review

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2 october

2 oct

Kate has some decently fun action, despite certain trite directorial choices, with Mary Elizabeth Winstead serving as the movie's main bright spot. Review

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3 september

3 sep

He's All That is a hollow Gen Z recreation of She's All That, lacking in charm and seemingly engineered as a vehicle to promote its stars' other work. Review

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27 august

27 aug

The Kissing Booth 3 is overstuffed and overcomplicated, but provides some shallow summer fun as the final chapter to Netflix's teen rom-com trilogy. Review

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11 august

11 aug

Free Guy is uproariously fun, delightfully charming and unexpectedly sweet, with Ryan Reynolds perfectly in his element balancing action and comedy. Review

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5 august

5 aug

The Suicide Squad, from the mind of writer-director James Gunn, is both wickedly entertaining and shamelessly depraved fun set in the DC movie world. Review

8.0

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29 july

29 jul

With energetic and thrilling action, Snake Eyes is a fun summer blockbuster, even if the movie's haphazard franchise setup leaves much to be desired. Review

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22 july

22 jul

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 wraps up the horror trilogy's story in a satisfying conclusion that's finally less homage and more its own original slasher. Review

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16 july

16 jul

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is a perfectly fine throwback slasher horror movie, but is weighed down by setting up the rest of Netflix's trilogy. Review

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30 june

30 jun

Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard is another fine action-comedy, made more fun by Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson and Salma Hayek's performances. Review

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9 june

9 jun

F9

F9 returns to the heights of Lin's best Fast & Furious franchise films, combining big heart and bigger action while deepening its themes of family. Review

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25 may

25 may

Snyder's Army of the Dead delivers some compelling action and shocking visuals, but isn't clever or fun enough to be more than a shallow zombie flick. Review

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11 may

11 may

The Mitchells vs. the Machines is a charming blend of heartfelt family connection with a wildly fun action comedy twist in its robot apocalypse. Review

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22 april

22 apr

Moxie has some heart and teeth as its Riot Grrrl-inspired teens smash the patriarchy, but it's more love letter to Gen X than call to arms for Gen Z. Review

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2 march

2 mar

Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon stumbles a bit to get going, but manages to stick the landing of a heartfelt and hope-filled animated movie. Review

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1 march

1 mar

To All the Boys: Always and Forever tells a beautiful story of love, relationships and growing up - and gives Lara Jean and Peter a satisfying ending. Review

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11 february

11 feb

Wonder Woman 1984 is filled with hope, love and optimism, offering impressively cinematic superhero action with beautifully sentimental heart. Review

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15 december

15 dec

Promising Young Woman is a wildly thrilling revenge story, taking an unflinching look at rape culture, but errs more pessimistic than triumphant. Review

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14 december

14 dec

Godmothered is a campy and heartfelt family-friendly Christmas flick, but ends up feeling like an adult rom-com shoehorned into a kids movie. Review

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2 december

2 dec

Soul isn't Pixar's finest or most resonant film, but its beautiful animation and soundtrack, paired with fun characters make for an enjoyable watch. Review

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1 december

1 dec

Happiest Season is a cheesy, fun and heartfelt romantic comedy, with a sweetly genuine queer love story at the center of this holiday tale. Review

8.0

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19 november

19 nov

The New Mutants tries to offer a compelling blend of teen drama, horror and X-Men mythos, but ultimately fails to deliver a good entry in any genre. Review

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17 november

17 nov

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