Movie reviews of Hope Madden

These are all the movies and series that Hope has reviewed. Read more at: Maddwolf.

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Poster for Landline

Landline

6.0

2017, Comedy

For all its insightful moments and clever lines, feels a bit unwieldy and murky.

2017.07.28

Poster for Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

6.0

2017, Action, Suspense, Mystery

Unplug, soak up that Berlin vibe and appreciate the action and you’ll do fine.

2017.07.27

Poster for It Stains the Sands Red

It Stains the Sands Red

6.0

2016, Drama, Horror, Comedy

Becomes too predictable and too sentimental once it embraces this cliché, but that’s not reason enough to condemn it.

2017.07.22

Poster for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

4.0

2017, Adventure, Action, Science fiction

Go in looking for an overly long, addle-brained extra-terrestrial romp that looks great and you’ll be fine.

2017.07.21

Poster for Dunkirk

Dunkirk

9.0

2017, Drama, Action, History, Suspense, War

A spare, quick and simple film that is equally epic.

2017.07.20

Poster for Dawson City: Frozen Time

Dawson City: Frozen Time

7.0

2017, Documentary

He uses these to articulate, in clever and sometimes wryly funny fashion, the history unfolding.

2017.07.19

Poster for Girls Trip

Girls Trip

5.0

2017, Comedy

Not a single plot point will surprise, and the film is too damn long.

2017.07.19

Poster for Killing Ground

Killing Ground

6.0

2017, Horror

A satisfying power struggle and the provocative use of ambiguities that refuse to offer a tidy ending help the film hang around after credits role.

2017.07.17

Poster for Afterimage

Afterimage

8.0

2016, Drama

Not just an excellent picture of an artist Poland wanted us to forget...

2017.07.13

Poster for American Valhalla

American Valhalla

8.0

2017, Documentary

Strikes a deeply sweet note.

2017.07.11

Poster for The Hero

The Hero

6.0

2017, Drama

Breaks no new ground.

2017.07.06

Poster for Okja

Okja

7.0

2017, Adventure, Fantasy, Drama, Science fiction

The first film in which Bong clearly states a prescribed purpose, rather than simply writing and directing a fine, if politically astute, film.

2017.07.04

Poster for The Beguiled

The Beguiled

8.0

2017, Drama, Western

Beautifully acted, gloriously filmed and haunting.

2017.06.28

Poster for Baby Driver

Baby Driver

8.0

2017, Action, Crime

Boasts a contagious pop mentality, intelligent wit and sweet heart.

2017.06.27

Poster for The Bad Batch

The Bad Batch

7.0

2017, Drama, Horror, Suspense

A clever but unwieldy storyline, and Amirpour has trouble concluding her tale.

2017.06.27

Free to Ride

7.0

2017, Documentary

Does what many solid documentaries do: it points to the profound relevance of the seemingly ordinary.

2017.06.22

Poster for Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight

4.0

2017, Adventure, Action, Suspense, Science fiction

It’s a movie about toy trucks that turn into robots who fight with each other. For the love of God, can we cap it at 2 hours?

2017.06.21

Poster for Rough Night

Rough Night

6.0

2017, Drama, Comedy

There’s nothing new here. But What Aniello and her talented cast do with a variety of set-ups is sometimes inspired and often very funny.

2017.06.16

Poster for 47 Meters Down

47 Meters Down

6.0

2017, Adventure, Drama, Horror, Suspense

For a mindless, squirmy summer shark fest, though, it’s a fun time-waster.

2017.06.14

Poster for The Mummy

The Mummy

3.0

2017, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Action, Suspense

Kurtzman’s impressive lack of instinct for pacing, tone and atmosphere match perfectly with the script’s hodgepodge of stolen ideas.

2017.06.07

Poster for Violet

Violet

8.0

2014, Drama, Action, Crime

As insightful and respectful a representation of trauma and grief as you’ll find, but don’t expect tidy explanations or epiphanies.

2017.06.02

Poster for The Survivalist

The Survivalist

8.0

2015, Drama, Suspense, Science fiction

Cast and crew trap you in slow-boil of primal instincts with an explosion the inevitable consequence.

2017.05.31

Poster for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

4.0

2017, Adventure, Fantasy, Action, Comedy

Can Poseidon’s Trident put an end to this franchise?

2017.05.25

Poster for Everything, Everything

Everything, Everything

5.0

2017, Drama, Love

Meghie keeps almost everything restrained, which is both the film’s blessing and curse.

2017.05.19

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