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 Godzilla

Godzilla

7

Nothing to write home about, but the first solid American Godzilla movie.

2017.10.25

2017

Poster for The Mummy

The Mummy

8

Heavy on the action, but at times terrifying, this Indian Jones knock-off deserves a second look.

2017.10.23

2017

Poster for I, Frankenstein

I, Frankenstein

0

Dreadful… just… dreadful...

2017.10.20

2017

Poster for The Snowman

The Snowman

3

Confusingly edited, stereotypical characters, and a plot that is evident nearly halfway through, this movie is not worth your admission.

2017.10.19

2017

Poster for Dracula Untold

Dracula Untold

3

This tale of how Dracula came to be has been left untold for a reason.

2017.10.18

2017

Poster for Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island

8

A thrilling monster mash, this movie is high on the monster mash and the imagery surrounding it, but low on plot and characterization.

2017.10.17

2017

Poster for Godzilla

Godzilla

8

The King of the Monsters makes his first appearance in the unforgettable 1954 Gojira/Godizilla.

2017.10.13

2017

Poster for Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin

3

Elodramatic and overstuffed, this film is only for those who want an up and down experience for ninety or so minutes.

2017.10.12

2017

Poster for Frankenstein

Frankenstein

8

The mother of all mad scientist classics sustains itself with mood, sets, and timely acting moments.

2017.10.11

2017

Poster for King Kong

King Kong

10

Revolutionary, exciting, and technically astounding, King Kong is a must watch monster movie.

2017.10.09

2017

Poster for The Wolf Man

The Wolf Man

10

A real human protagonist, a real selection of atmospheric shots, and a winning score highlight my favorite of the Universal monsters.

2017.10.06

2017

Poster for The Mummy

The Mummy

9

Boris Karloff struts his stuff as Imhotep in one of the most revolutionary Universal movies.

2017.10.04

2017

Poster for Dracula

Dracula

10

The movie is incredibly creepy for a number of reasons, and these are the reasons why the film is undeniably a classic.

2017.10.02

2017

Poster for Sing Street

Sing Street

10

Young love, brotherhood, and the intense creation of music – you couldn’t ask for more.

2017.09.29

2017

Poster for The Belko Experiment

The Belko Experiment

5

Bloody horror fun, the whole ending killed (no pun intended) it for me.

2017.09.27

2017

Poster for Battle of the Sexes

Battle of the Sexes

8

Wonderfully acted, but a bit overlong, this film will be a crowd pleaser despite its heavy symbolism in today’s world.

2017.09.27

2017

Poster for The Lobster

The Lobster

8

Thoroughly bleak and yet oddly moving, The Lobster is extremely strange but worth your time.

2017.09.25

2017

Poster for Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

10

A tale of young love and the losses of adulthood.

2017.09.22

2017

Poster for Death Note

Death Note

4

Oddly watchable, this manga-turned film features bloody gore and questionable performances.

2017.09.20

2017

Poster for Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

8

Filled with more of the same frantic fights and sharp suits from the first film, this sequel will please fans of the series with more of the same.

2017.09.19

2017

Poster for Trainspotting

Trainspotting

8

Terrifying in its intensity, and loose on narrative structure, this film is unforgettable in its portrayal of the heroin epidemic.

2017.09.15

2017

Poster for Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's

8

A slow burn of a romance, Hepburn gives a solid performance, as does George Peppard.

2017.09.13

2017

Poster for The Light Between Oceans

The Light Between Oceans

8

Heavily emotionally manipulating, this beautifully shot film relies on its star’s performances.

2017.09.11

2017

Poster for Inferno

Inferno

3

Still as ludicrous as always, the completion of the Robert Langdon trilogy is something that was inevitable, but comes off stale.

2017.09.08

2017

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