Movie reviews of The Massie Twins

These are all the movies and series that The Massie Twins has reviewed. Read more at: Gone With The Twins.

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Number of movie reviews: 471 / 471


Poster for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum


Some CG is noticeable, but the stunts are consistently phenomenal, which is occasionally enough to distract from the silliness of the Continental and its exhaustive rules for murderers.

17 may

17 may

Poster for The Hustle

The Hustle


It’s as if this is just the first chapter in a morality tale that desperately needs to vindicate its heroes.

9 may

9 may

Poster for Pokémon Detective Pikachu

Pokémon Detective Pikachu


Pokemon fans will be delighted at the visual interpretations of a beloved franchise, but the pervasive mildness of it all makes for an easily forgettable production.

8 may

8 may

Poster for Spring Break

Spring Break


The premise is flimsy, serving primarily as a setup for tanned beauties to bare some flesh.

7 may

7 may

Long Shot


Long Shot ends up a crowd-pleaser, with cute, funny, relevant humor and romance (amidst the crassness) – and even a hint of genuine emotion.

2 may

2 may

Poster for H.O.T.S.



Exposed flesh is the main star, but H.O.T.S. is inundated with such poorly developed characters that none of them retain memorable names or distinguishable characteristics.

1 may

1 may

Poster for Dolly Dearest

Dolly Dearest


Ultimately, the laughs are more prevalent than the chills, but a few death scenes are quite appealing in their ambition and design.

25 april

25 apr

Poster for Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame


It may be only half a movie (with the length of two, at least), which makes judging the project’s storytelling prowess, character development, and narrative structuring largely preposterous (could anyone recommend the film to someone who hasn’t seen any of the ones before it?), but the sheer scope, logistics, and ambitions pursued – and realized – are difficult to dismiss. It’s ludicrously grandiose...

24 april

24 apr

Poster for Red Joan

Red Joan


But for all the faults of editing and storytelling, Cookson gives a striking performance, crafting a believably conflicted, plied woman, full of fervor and conviction, and one who fascinatingly grasps the drawbacks – and the potential usefulness – of being invisible in a man’s world.

18 april

18 apr

Poster for 琉璃樽



Fortunately, when the romantic comedy elements come across as trite or unconvincing, the attention to slapstick and creative skirmishes with imaginative props brings the picture back to its senses.

17 april

17 apr

Poster for Spawn



The characters are so uninspiring and unsympathetic that their failures and triumphs are just as worthless as the appalling storytelling decisions and the pitiful editing.

16 april

16 apr

Poster for Silencio



Eventually, the story goes off the rails.

15 april

15 apr

Poster for Good Will Hunting

Good Will Hunting


A quiet, realistic, touching film, Good Will Hunting boasts a superbly written script, which is alternately insightful, romantic, funny, and heartbreaking.

14 april

14 apr

Poster for Topper



Even supporting comic regulars Eugene Pallette and Alan Mowbray can’t save Topper from its pitifully lethargic construction.

13 april

13 apr

Poster for Malice



In its efforts to be unpredictable, the film instead becomes unbelievable.

12 april

12 apr

Poster for In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood


It’s nevertheless a fascinating examination of a horrendous crime, merging a police procedural with startling insights into the originations and circumstances of murder.

11 april

11 apr

Poster for Hellboy



Fortunately, practical effects contribute to plenty of stunning visuals, including mutilated corpses and appalling crones. But for every amusing grotesquerie, a computer animated sequence threatens to destroy the momentum...

10 april

10 apr

Poster for Piranha Part Two: The Spawning

Piranha Part Two: The Spawning


In the end, despite the unintentional humor of gene-spliced, ultimate-organism-breeding biochemistry for classified military programs leading to a frenzied, beachside bloodbath, the shoddy construction of the film is unforgivable.

9 april

9 apr

Poster for Stockholm



To its credit, Stockholm is one of those films that is absorbing enough to push viewers to read up on the source material – a larger-than-life ordeal as fascinating as it is outlandish.

8 april

8 apr

Poster for Finding Alice

Finding Alice


It doesn’t work; this isn’t an examination of the human condition as much as it is a meandering mess of unfocused snippets of familial tragedies, comically devoid of meaningful connections or resolutions.

7 april

7 apr

Poster for Po čem muži touží

Po čem muži touží


The premise is perfect for laughs, though it’s an obvious take on What Women Want (and its recent iteration, What Men Want) and Big, with a few prominent notes of Tootsie.

6 april

6 apr

Poster for Stroomop



Thankfully, it isn’t all a setup, just to manipulate the women into cooperation; they are indeed forced to fend for themselves in the wild. But the overlong runtime, the largely uninteresting personas, and some extremely suspect, revelatory coincidences sap the energy from the survivalist scenarios.

6 april

6 apr

Poster for Curtiz



At the end of it all, despite a few amusing, anecdotal pieces of comedy, the characters are so disagreeable and unlikeable that viewers won’t care if everyone makes up, finds success, or murders one another.

5 april

5 apr

Poster for Doing Money

Doing Money


Though the film is based on real events, there’s a Hollywoodized feel about the staging of the scenarios.

4 april

4 apr

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