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 I Remember You

I Remember You

6

It’s a movie that refuses to stay with you. The final image is provocative, but even that won’t help you remember I Remember You.

2017.11.25

2017

Poster for Coco

Coco

7

Coco is no Toy Story, but it’s a lovely film.

2017.11.22

2017

Poster for Poor Agnes

Poor Agnes

6

An alarmingly natural, more alarmingly believable portrait of a psychopath.

2017.11.16

2017

Poster for Wonder

Wonder

6

Well-meaning, but wildly dishonest.

2017.11.16

2017

Poster for Lady Bird

Lady Bird

9

Gerwig offers genuine insight rather than nostalgia or, worse yet, lessons to be learned.

2017.11.15

2017

Poster for Hex

Hex

6

A satisfying tale with more power than just magic.

2017.11.15

2017

Poster for Mayhem

Mayhem

6

Little more than an id explosion in service of workplace fantasy.

2017.11.10

2017

Poster for Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express

6

It’s an Agatha Christie story. At its best, campy, stagey fun. At its worst, stale.

2017.11.09

2017

Poster for Wonderstruck

Wonderstruck

6

A gorgeous movie.

2017.11.08

2017

Poster for The Florida Project

The Florida Project

8

Halley keeps the ugliness of the world away with her own whimsy, and Vinaite’s onscreen chemistry with Prince is authentic and full of tenderness.

2017.11.07

2017

Poster for Blade of the Immortal

Blade of the Immortal

7

The result is a gorgeous, bloody mess that treads familiar ground but never wears out its welcome.

2017.11.03

2017

Poster for LBJ

LBJ

4

It’s a shame Woody and LBJ couldn’t have taken their excellent collaboration to a better production.

2017.11.03

2017

Poster for The Killing of a Sacred Deer

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

8

As was true with The Lobster, Farrell comfortably shoulders lead responsibilities in Lanthimos’s weird world.

2017.11.02

2017

Poster for Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok

7

Lifts self-parody to goofy heights, and maybe that’s OK. There’s no question the film entertains.

2017.11.02

2017

Poster for Thank You for Your Service

Thank You for Your Service

6

Hall’s storytelling can’t rise above cliché, but he manages to tell his painfully heartfelt tale without cloying manipulation or judgment.

2017.10.25

2017

Poster for Tragedy Girls

Tragedy Girls

7

The details are priceless, the performances impress and the whole thing is a hoot.

2017.10.24

2017

Poster for Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

5

On paper, Felt’s a fascinating character, as any lifer in the bureau must be. And Liam Neeson’s a fine actor.

2017.10.19

2017

Poster for The Snowman

The Snowman

4

A muddled mess.

2017.10.18

2017

Poster for Jungle

Jungle

6

A powerful testament to Daniel Radcliffe’s potency as an actor.

2017.10.17

2017

Poster for Marshall

Marshall

6

More problematic, though, is the court case itself.

2017.10.13

2017

Poster for Happy Death Day

Happy Death Day

6

Whatever charm the filmmakers infuse into this recycled premise wears off just a tad before the credits roll.

2017.10.13

2017

Poster for Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049

8

Sounds like a hot mess, but damn if it doesn’t work.

2017.10.05

2017

Poster for Super Dark Times

Super Dark Times

7

Together they have drawn so much investment in these characters and their futures that you can’t help but stay tuned and attentive.

2017.09.28

2017

Poster for Woodshock

Woodshock

5

Offers style to spare, but it’s too shy with substance.

2017.09.27

2017

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