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 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

Poster for mother!

mother!

7

A big stew, and it’s equal parts self-indulgent and self-pitying.

2017.09.15

2017

Poster for Red Christmas

Red Christmas

5

Offers a peculiar, sloppy bit of macabre that manages to be more memorable than it is enjoyable.

2017.09.14

2017

Poster for Home Again

Home Again

4

No problem appears to be especially troubling, no solution feels earned, no relationship looks authentic.

2017.09.08

2017

Poster for It

It

7

Muschietti’s approach to plumbing your fear has more depth than that and he manages your rising terror expertly.

2017.09.07

2017

Poster for The Oath

The Oath

6

Dips into horror territory, not necessarily a bad thing, but the film can’t make its shifting approach feel anything but jarring...

2017.09.06

2017

Poster for Lemon

Lemon

6

Offers a pantload of intriguing character work and suggests the vision of a worthy director. The script just needed another draft.

2017.08.24

2017

Poster for Good Time

Good Time

8

Both exhilarating and exhausting.

2017.08.24

2017

Poster for Bushwick

Bushwick

4

The film won’t satisfy your blood lust, your peaceful dreams or your hope for a decent movie. But damn, its timing is eerie.

2017.08.23

2017

Poster for Wind River

Wind River

6

A fine, if flawed, police procedural.

2017.08.18

2017

Poster for Dave Made a Maze

Dave Made a Maze

7

Endlessly fascinating, adorably dangerous and fun. Existential dread has never been so charming.

2017.08.17

2017

Poster for The Hitman's Bodyguard

The Hitman's Bodyguard

5

A disposable action comedy...

2017.08.17

2017

Poster for The Ghoul

The Ghoul

6

Still manages to tell its own peculiar and poignant story.

2017.08.16

2017

Poster for The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle

5

Walls’s remarkably balanced portrait of wanderlust, addiction and damage is utterly lost.

2017.08.11

2017

Poster for Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation

6

Sandberg offers little in the way of originality. But there are jumps aplenty and a couple of very freaky images in the third act.

2017.08.10

2017

Poster for Kidnap

Kidnap

5

Several of the action sequences are interesting and flashy...

2017.08.04

2017

Poster for The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower

3

Nikolaj Arcel manages to take this Cliff’s Notes version of King’s prose and still produce something bloated and slow.

2017.08.04

2017

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