Movie reviews of George Wolf

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

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Number of movie reviews: 248 / 248


Poster for Charlie's Angels

Charlie's Angels


So while it’s not a laugh riot, it is self-aware and amusing, its action heavy without undue disbelief and it feels like a reboot we needed, whether we realized it or not.

15 november

15 nov



Scandalous resets the folly in underestimating the Enquirer’s legacy.

13 november

13 nov

Poster for Midway



When it needs to be big, this film is huge, detailed and epic. But when it needs to be small, and make this history breathe again through intimate authenticity of the souls that lived and died in it, Midway just can’t stop flexing.

8 november

8 nov

Poster for Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate


But even with all this surface level fun, the film’s secret weapon is a script from David S. Goyer, Justin Rhodes and Billy Ray that’s heady enough to wonder if they got an early look at Rambo: Last Blood and thought a 2019 franchise revival that wasn’t offensively tone deaf might be nice.

1 november

1 nov

Poster for Greener Grass

Greener Grass


A smartly silly expose on the shallowest end of the suburban pool, this is a cult classic just waiting to happen.

30 october

30 oct

Poster for Countdown



The Ring was great PG-13 horror (in fact, one of the best). While Countdown isn’t nearly as effective, it gives today’s high school horror crowd their own version, and some decent creeps and jump scares to spur date-clinging.

24 october

24 oct

Poster for Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound


Showcasing a wealth of information with an engaging pace, Costin finds an easily enjoyed sweet spot between the tech geek and casual movie fan.

23 october

23 oct

Poster for Midnight Traveler

Midnight Traveler


Even with a verite nature that is often frantic and understandably desperate, Hassan’s footage reveals an unmistakable eye for form and structure.

17 october

17 oct

Poster for Dolemite Is My Name

Dolemite Is My Name


Dolemite Is My Name tells a personal story, but it’s one that’s universal to dreamers everywhere.

16 october

16 oct

Poster for Gemini Man

Gemini Man


There’s obvious talent involved here, and the film is certainly a showcase for the latest in tech wizardry. Much beyond that, though, and this Gemini Man’s biggest mystery is the very meaning of existence.

11 october

11 oct

Poster for Monos



Landes, in just his second narrative feature, crafts a primal experience of alienation and survival, with a strange and savage beauty that may shake you.

10 october

10 oct

Poster for Mister America

Mister America


Plenty of the bits land, but plenty others don’t, and those not already in on the joke may be left grasping for a narrative anchor and, much like newcomers to the Crawley saga, just plain bored.

8 october

8 oct

Poster for Low Tide

Low Tide


Attempting to define the moment when a young life chooses the path it will follow is not exactly a new idea. By wrapping his teen characters in recognizably adult archetypes, McMullin keeps the drama just a hair off-kilter, rewarding our continued investment.

3 october

3 oct

Poster for Aquarela



Don’t expect explanations, you won’t get any. What you will get in Aquarela is an utterly astounding profile of a living, breathing, dying force of nature.

26 september

26 sep

Poster for Judy



Zellweger’s style and phrasing are on-point bullseyes, never shrinking from Goold’s extended takes and frequent closeups during some wonderfully vintage musical numbers.

26 september

26 sep

Poster for Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins

Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins


Like its subject, the film is fast-paced, smart, fun and funny, as Engel deftly uses Ivins’s timeline as a microcosm of shifting political landscapes. But more importantly, Raise Hell is a fitting tribute to a woman who wasn’t afraid to, and an urgent call to follow her lead.

26 september

26 sep

Poster for Ad Astra

Ad Astra


The film’s mainly meditative nature is punctured by bursts of suspense, excitement and even outright terror. Gray commands a complete mastery of tone and teams with acclaimed cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema for immersive, IMAX-worthy visuals that astound with subtlety, never seeming overly showy.

20 september

20 sep

Poster for Hustlers



It’s a wild, intoxicating high of girl power. And when it all comes crashing down, the moral ambiguities are scattered like dollar bills under the pole. As Ramona is quick to remind us, if there’s money being thrown, there will always be people ready to dance.

13 september

13 sep

Poster for Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice


So while we don’t get any juicy intimacies or sordid details, we do get some fantastic highlights from her archives and a unique, first-person perspective of being a queen in a king’s game.

12 september

12 sep

Poster for Brittany Runs a Marathon

Brittany Runs a Marathon


Sure, the film has a convenient plot turn or two, but this is some sneaky good crowd-pleasing. Brittany Runs a Marathon ropes you with the comfort of formula, then dopes you with emotional complexities, warm sincerity and a knockout lead performance.

12 september

12 sep

Poster for Bennett's War

Bennett's War


There are issues here (the struggles of veterans and/or family farmers) that have merit, but exploring them is not Ranarivelo’s M.O.

30 august

30 aug

Poster for Angel Has Fallen

Angel Has Fallen


Hey, if your just here for some mindless action highs, that’s fine, but Angel skirts them, curiously settling for repetitive shootouts and nods to first-person gaming enthusiasts.

23 august

23 aug

Poster for The Peanut Butter Falcon

The Peanut Butter Falcon


LeBeouf is tremendous as the wayward rogue whose inner pain is soothed by his bond with the stubbornly optimistic Zak. The chemistry is unmistakable, and ultimately strong enough to welcome the arrival of Johnson, who gives her Eleanor layers enough to embody our fears of the “real world” puncturing this fairy tale.

22 august

22 aug

Poster for One Child Nation

One Child Nation


A heartbreaking, sometimes devastating and absolutely necessary history lesson, One Child Nation turns a filmmaker’s very personal story into a profile of shared helplessness.

18 august

18 aug

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