Movie reviews of Alex Brannan

These are all the movies and series that Alex has reviewed. Read more at: CineFiles Movie Reviews.

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Poster for Game Night

Game Night

5.8

A dark comedy with a lot of clever writing embedded into it.

2018.02.23

2018

Poster for The 15:17 to Paris

The 15:17 to Paris

4.2

Lacks a forward momentum that justifies the wait to the final sequence...

2018.02.10

2018

Poster for Fifty Shades Freed

Fifty Shades Freed

2.5

Strictly in comparison to the other films, Fifty Shades Freed is a masterpiece. In comparison with any other film, it is an insult.

2018.02.10

2018

Poster for The Cloverfield Paradox

The Cloverfield Paradox

4.2

It is generically conventional and generally uninteresting. It is competently directed, for the most part...

2018.02.04

2018

Poster for Winchester

Winchester

2.5

The story that can be parsed from this conglomeration of tropes is not even worth a cursory glance.

2018.02.02

2018

Poster for Leatherface

Leatherface

2.5

A film littered with sadists...

2018.01.24

2018

Poster for Mary and the Witch's Flower

Mary and the Witch's Flower

7.5

A fantastical film with charm and visual verve.

2018.01.21

2018

Poster for Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread

9.1

From the acting, to the direction, to the camera work, to the costumes, to the sets, to the sound design, to the music, the film is first-rate.

2018.01.20

2018

Poster for 12 Strong

12 Strong

5.8

When the film isn’t over-compensating with its action, it serves up drama pretty well.

2018.01.19

2018

Poster for Proud Mary

Proud Mary

5

There is enough here in the performances and central relationship (and short runtime) that keep the film from being entirely tired.

2018.01.15

2018

Poster for Paddington 2

Paddington 2

8.3

Effectively balances heart and humor to create quality children’s entertainment.

2018.01.15

2018

Poster for The Post

The Post

7.5

Shows plenty of promise—certainly showing that Spielberg remains at the top of his form.

2018.01.14

2018

Poster for The Commuter

The Commuter

4.2

The pieces don’t stack up to something worthy of a full-ticket price.

2018.01.12

2018

Poster for I, Tonya

I, Tonya

9.1

An astonishing film.

2018.01.06

2018

Poster for Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name

9.1

May not be original or exciting from a narrative standpoint, but it is a beauty of a film to behold.

2017.12.30

2017

Poster for The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

10

And that is exactly what it is: magical.

2017.12.29

2017

Poster for Molly's Game

Molly's Game

6.7

The problem is that the film would be dead without her.

2017.12.29

2017

Poster for Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour

6.7

Gary Oldman is the best Churchill the casting director could have asked for, but he alone isn’t going to make the film a masterpiece.

2017.12.28

2017

Poster for All the Money in the World

All the Money in the World

5.8

By the end of the film, none of it feels particularly impactful.

2017.12.28

2017

Poster for The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

4.2

Characters are drawn as simply as the themes they espouse, and no amount of singing can hide this fact.

2017.12.24

2017

Poster for Bright

Bright

4.2

As the movie progresses, it becomes more rote and dramatically inert.

2017.12.23

2017

Poster for Downsizing

Downsizing

4.2

Any good will the initial premise set up is no longer visible.

2017.12.22

2017

Poster for The Villainess

The Villainess

5.8

The action sequences are less emotionally poignant as the film goes along...

2017.12.16

2017

Poster for Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent

7.5

A massive undertaking with some beautiful animated sequences to show for it.

2017.12.16

2017

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