Movie reviews of Sandy Schaefer

These are all the movies and series that Sandy has reviewed. Read more at: Screen Rant.

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Number of movie reviews: 308 / 308


Poster for The Nun

The Nun


A thinly-sketched Conjuring spinoff that's light on real scares, but offers enough stylish atmosphere to make up (some of) the difference.

7 september

7 sep

Poster for The Little Stranger

The Little Stranger


A gripping adaptation that's more Gothic drama than horror-thriller, but may haunt you long after its credits are done rolling.

31 august

31 aug

Poster for Papillon



An effectively stark prison escape (and survival) adventure with solid performances, but only digs so deep into its themes and characters.

21 august

21 aug

Poster for Mile 22

Mile 22


Isn't lacking when it comes to hard-hitting action, but is undone by its confused narrative and over-rushed attempt at franchise-building.

17 august

17 aug

Poster for The Meg

The Meg


An entertaining underwater monster movie and summer thrill ride that wholeheartedly embraces its inherent cheesiness without overdoing it.

10 august

10 aug

Poster for Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin


A re-imagining full of heart and soul that, like the best Disney features, has something of value to offer audiences of all ages.

3 august

3 aug

Poster for The Spy Who Dumped Me

The Spy Who Dumped Me


An enjoyable female buddy romp that delivers sharp action and solid laughs - despite its shortcomings as a spy movie parody.

31 july

31 jul

Poster for BlacKkKlansman



A well-crafted dramatization of real events and one of Spike Lee's more effective cinematic sermons on racism in recent memory.

27 july

27 jul

Poster for Mission: Impossible - Fallout

Mission: Impossible - Fallout


Not only (easily) the best pure action movie of Summer 2018, it's also the perfect culmination of the Mission: Impossible films thus far.

27 july

27 jul

Poster for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again


Offers a jubilant return to the unapologetically silly world of the original ABBA stage musical-turned movie.

20 july

20 jul

Poster for Eighth Grade

Eighth Grade


Masterfully captures the emotional horror of being a Generation Z middle-schooler, yet tells a universally relatable coming of age story.

17 july

17 jul

Poster for Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace


Fueled by quietly moving performances and personal storytelling, Leave No Trace makes for a tender portrait of a broken father and his daughter.

12 july

12 jul

Poster for The First Purge

The First Purge


As schlocky and ham-fisted as the Purge films before it, yet its political subtext justifies the franchise's continued existence.

4 july

4 jul

Poster for Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Sicario: Day of the Soldado


A competent thriller but, without the original Sicario's artistic flourishes and substance, it's somewhat forgettable.

29 june

29 jun

Poster for Tag



It might not have much more substance than the titular game, but Tag offers enjoyable and breezy summer action/comedy entertainment.

15 june

15 jun

Poster for Hereditary



Has more spooky ideas than it knows what to do with, but enough of what it throws at the wall sticks to make for one twisted horror movie.

8 june

8 jun

Poster for Hotel Artemis

Hotel Artemis


Makes for an intriguing exercise in pulpy sci-fi noir, even though the film's story leaves something to be desired.

8 june

8 jun

Poster for Adrift



A solid dramatization of real world events, Adrift is nevertheless more compelling as a grisly survival drama than a love story.

1 june

1 jun

Poster for Cold November

Cold November


Forgoes convention in order to explore a young woman's experience growing up in a way that packs a subtle, yet lasting punch.

21 may

21 may

Poster for Cargo



A slow burn zombpocalypse drama that hits some familiar beats, yet there's a rich humanism at its core that makes the journey meaningful.

18 may

18 may

Poster for Life of the Party

Life of the Party


McCarthy and Falcone stay firmly within their comfort zone on Life of the Party, but their take on the college comedy sub-genre is good natured fun.

11 may

11 may

Poster for You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here


As less success breaking the mold for its genre, but explores the often ignored corners in thoughtful and intriguing ways.

20 april

20 apr

Poster for Rampage



Doesn’t blend action, comedy, and heart as well as The Rock’s best tentpoles, but there’s good dunderheaded fun to be had here.

13 april

13 apr

Poster for A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place


Lives up to the ambitious challenge that it sets for itself, taking audiences on a compelling and suspenseful journey along the way.

6 april

6 apr

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