Movie reviews of David Whitley

These are all the movies and series that David has reviewed. Read more at: DoubleFeaturePreachers.

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Poster for Loving

Loving

3

Relishing in the silence, too much goes unsaid in this historical drama.

2017.02.16

2017

Poster for Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins

6

Better than average acting performances and excellent costumes elevate poor plot pacing.

2017.02.13

2017

Poster for Hell or High Water

Hell or High Water

9

A terrific modern western that goes further than bad or good, but questions whether morals and issues can exist on both sides of the law.

2017.02.10

2017

Poster for Jackie

Jackie

8

A powerful score, jarring camerawork, and a terrific performance lead you forward with a movie that is thrilling to watch, even when you know what’s coming.

2017.02.09

2017

Poster for Fences

Fences

10

Terrific acting that encompasses the poetry of dialogue from a prize-winning play.

2017.02.08

2017

Poster for Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures

8

A feel good film about a trio of women that most of us haven’t heard about, Hidden Figures doesn’t hit any new notes, but plays the song well anyway.

2017.02.07

2017

Poster for Captain Fantastic

Captain Fantastic

8

A heavy film about fatherhood, family, and what parenting really is.

2017.02.03

2017

Poster for The Space Between Us

The Space Between Us

7

One of the few YA romance movies that was actually enjoyable to watch - disregard the seemingly negative review.

2017.02.02

2017

Poster for Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea

10

So much feeling! that develops from this film, mainly due to Casey Affleck’s mesmerizing performance.

2017.02.02

2017

Poster for Lion

Lion

9

Dev Patel turns in a fantastic performance in the story of a man that just wants to find home.

2017.01.30

2017

Poster for Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad

5

A movie that falls short of a lot of what it could have been, while still maintaining a semblance of entertainment.

2017.01.25

2017

Poster for Gold

Gold

8

Full of more ups and downs than a roller coaster, a drunk and sweaty McConaughey turns in a good performance, under a façade of weight and baldness.

2017.01.24

2017

Poster for Zero Effect

Zero Effect

8

Frequently hilarious, this retelling of classic Sherlock Holmes seems like a precursor to BBC’s Sherlock.

2017.01.23

2017

Poster for The Way Back

The Way Back

6

Visually stunning, but lacking character development, this movie is an interesting watch, but not a necessary one.

2017.01.20

2017

Poster for Split

Split

10

M. Night Shyamalan, ever heard of him? Returns to his classic days to bring you this thriller worth watching.

2017.01.19

2017

Poster for Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne

3

Superfluous to the max, this sequel really doesn’t have much to offer you.

2017.01.18

2017

Poster for The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train

8

It may be a by-the-books thriller for most of it, but Blunt turns in such a performance that you need to watch it.

2017.01.13

2017

Poster for Sully

Sully

8

Bristling with good acting, a good story, and Aaron Eckhart’s mustache.

2017.01.09

2017

Poster for Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds

8

One of the most mesmerizing openings in film, entertaining characters, it’s entertaining but fails to attain the highest status because of plot pacing.

2017.01.06

2017

Poster for Fight Club

Fight Club

9

A possible ideology (one I wouldn’t recommend), a visceral experience, blood-soaked faces, and outstanding acting performances.

2017.01.04

2017

Poster for Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman

4

A movie that starts strong, but loses the threads of what could have been a very interesting story.

2016.12.29

2016

Poster for The Huntsman Winter’s War

The Huntsman Winter’s War

6

A movie that improves on its predecessor, but only barely.

2016.12.28

2016

Poster for Central Intelligence

Central Intelligence

4

Jokes that fall flat, and a topsy turvy plot that relies too much on going “HAHAHA” really loudly.

2016.12.28

2016

Poster for The Polar Express

The Polar Express

9

A movie that instantly became a Christmas classic that shows some signs of aging, but still hits hard emotionally.

2016.12.23

2016

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