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: 182 / 182


Poster for Ant-Man and the Wasp

Ant-Man and the Wasp


Has an unassuming vibe that is infectious fun, and the perfect palate cleanser before another bite of Thanos.

4 july

4 jul

Poster for Mountain



For those enthralled by such things (my hand is up) it might as well be mountain porn, questioning our fascination even as it’s feeding it.

28 june

28 jun

Poster for Uncle Drew

Uncle Drew


Basketball fans will appreciate a few self-aware inside gags, but with the novelty of the superstar-in-disguise long gone, Uncle Drew feels like little more than the corporate branding love child of Pepsi and Nike.

27 june

27 jun

Poster for The Catcher Was a Spy

The Catcher Was a Spy


Its power comes from its intimacy, getting just close enough to a mysterious, fascinating figure without disrespecting that figure’s commitment to mystery.

21 june

21 jun

Poster for Tag



Stays funny and hip throughout, pausing just long enough to reflect on friendship and adulthood without getting sappy.

15 june

15 jun

Poster for Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2


Ranks as one of the best Pixar sequels, even with all it leaves on the table.

14 june

14 jun

Poster for The Seagull

The Seagull


Getting the competing themes to work in unison is no easy feat, and this latest film version is a well-intentioned testament to that very challenge.

14 june

14 jun

Poster for Adrift



The film’s tale is truly compelling, and it does deliver satisfying stretches while staying cautious of any narrative risks that might seem disrespectful.

1 june

1 jun

Poster for Disobedience



Weisz, McAdams are Nivola are all wonderful, crafting resonant characters as Lelio slowly builds the drama of a conflicting, scandalous triangle.

18 may

18 may

Poster for Book Club

Book Club


Book Club can’t dig any more than surface deep, and even with all this talent, it never shows the confidence in character that elevates Meyers’s best.

17 may

17 may

Poster for Oh Lucy!

Oh Lucy!


Sneaky in the ways it touches you. Light and breezy on the outside, it’s a film with a joyful heart that can’t be denied.

10 may

10 may

Poster for Tully



There’s enough brash boundary pushing to make Tully feel like a film we haven’t seen before, and one we’re glad that’s here.

4 may

4 may

Poster for Foxtrot



Through Foxtrot, Maoz and his stellar performers are speaking with a stylish and bittersweet elegance. Listen.

3 may

3 may

Poster for You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here


T offers a rich cinematic experience, with a filmmaker and actor working in glorious tandem to soak each frame with meaning.

20 april

20 apr

Poster for Super Troopers 2

Super Troopers 2


The verdict is pretty simple: if you liked the first one, you’ll like Super Troopers 2.

19 april

19 apr

Poster for Where Is Kyra?

Where Is Kyra?


The pace may seem achingly slow at times, the message a tad too manufactured at others, but Pfeiffer is always there to keep your attention from wandering.

11 april

11 apr

Poster for Blockers



Yes, the points come on a bit strong time and again, but the cast (especially Mann) keeps it lively and relatable.

6 april

6 apr

Poster for The Leisure Seeker

The Leisure Seeker


Hardly wanders beyond the Going in Style end of the pool.

3 april

3 apr

Poster for Acrimony



It’s contrived and obvious at nearly every turn...

30 march

30 mar

Poster for Pacific Rim: Uprising

Pacific Rim: Uprising


The actors pose more than they move, and even the cheapest of attempts at emotional manipulation seem too much for this film to handle.

23 march

23 mar

Poster for The Death of Stalin

The Death of Stalin


It all flows so fast and furiously funny, it’s easy to forget how hard it is to pull off such effective satire.

22 march

22 mar

Poster for 7 Days in Entebbe

7 Days in Entebbe


The payoff the film needs to resonate as more than a well-produced history lesson never materializes, and it leaves shrugging its shoulders at the elusive nature of peace.

16 march

16 mar

Poster for Love, Simon

Love, Simon


T becomes a sweet, entertaining teen romance, and it just might make some audience members feel a little less alone.

14 march

14 mar

Poster for The Hurricane Heist

The Hurricane Heist


Won’t tax you your brain, but it doesn’t want to. It just wants you to have fun.

9 march

9 mar

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