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.

Number of movie reviews: 935 / 935

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The film’s strength is in the casting and script, but, like any work focusing on a particular zeitgeist, its resonance will fluctuate highly depending on the viewer. Unfortunately, the humor, even during the more notorious sequences, is never strong enough to transcend the limitations of its minimal scope and setting and lack of a traditional narrative. Review

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23 june

23 jun

Shampoo is immediately blithe and quirky, operating at a breakneck speed through comically verbose dialogue. It’s also amusingly complex in its relationship designs, considering that everyone knows everyone else through one sexual liaison or another. Review

8.0

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18 june

18 jun

The love story is ultimately the most engaging component, made convincing through superb performances. It certainly helps that the dialogue is natural, kind-hearted, and sweet; adversity comes not from typical villains but from angst and the poor decisions stemming from that anxiety, usually wrapped up in revealing conversations. Review

7.0

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16 june

16 jun

It’s not specifically judgmental, but it unequivocally displays the ugliness of making pornography, perhaps along the lines of Showgirls (with a hint of The Neon Demon), but sans the lengthier character studies and professional actors, and only briefly touching upon the business side. Review

4.0

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15 june

15 jun

Yet even as the plot progresses with a formulaic air, not failing to surprise as much as it merely evenly spaces the action and exposition and comedy, the sense of limitless possibilities keeps things exciting. Review

7.0

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14 june

14 jun

Not every point of execution is perfect (several scenes could have been trimmed), but A Cry in the Dark is nonetheless considerably entertaining in its presentation of the famous case. Review

7.0

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10 june

10 jun

The plot is so familiar, the action so routine, the revelations so unmemorable, and the personas so numerous and unstimulating that the entire production feels as if a greatest hits compilation instead of a brand new, big-budget dinosaur extravaganza. Review

3.0

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8 june

8 jun

Though The Legend of Hell House isn’t as visually appalling as many of its brethren it sticks to dependable formulas, creating decent thrills. Review

7.0

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2 june

2 jun

Pervasive weirdness, even if nonsensical, tends to win out in these kinds of tales; afterwards might be a different matter, but at the time, many of the concepts appear sincere – especially the build to a rambunctious climax. Review

6.0

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29 may

29 may

As he tunnels deeper into the rabbit hole of bizarreness, Cronenberg’s realm of graphic mutilations certainly becomes unique. But is it entertaining? He often seems so focused on visual freakishness that he forgets to progress the plot... Review

4.0

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27 may

27 may

The related boo moments, however, are largely amusing, even if they also don’t precisely contribute to the movie’s interest in popularizing ghouls. Review

6.0

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26 may

26 may

The Bob’s Burgers Movie is entirely in line with the television series, maintaining a faithfulness to the characters and their family dynamics, and providing further opportunities to spend time with such well-designed, cleverly-scripted, morally-uplifting, periodically hilarious personas. Review

6.0

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24 may

24 may

Fortunately, when this picture dwells on training sequences and dogfighting drills (as its predecessor did), it’s immeasurably more galvanizing; the cockpit perspectives and aerial photography are downright mesmerizing. Review

8.0

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21 may

21 may

It also doesn’t help that the acting is generally unconvincing or, on occasion, pitiful, while the dialogue is juvenile and the editing is paltry. Review

1.0

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19 may

19 may

Ultimately, the result isn’t clever enough to actually reboot the franchise, though if this picture is successful, it might lend the same reinvigoration ploy to other forgotten Disney shows. Review

5.0

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17 may

17 may

Way Down East is an epic romance, containing striking imagery, colorful characters, and heartfelt interactions, the central notion that a woman is unworthy of marriage if she’s not a virgin is unfortunately antiquated. Review

9.0

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13 may

13 may

By the end, however, the unguessable nature of the killer doesn’t propel the story or maintain interest; instead, it’s the sexiness of the cast and the opportunities for death and destruction that remain engaging – though even these elements can only barely sustain a 90-minute picture. Review

3.0

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11 may

11 may

It’s also partly educational, even if the technology and processes won’t stay applicable forever, but it’s mainly entertaining – the central three characters are highly personable, funny, and sympathetic. Review

8.0

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9 may

9 may

With the main premise existing between other storylines, while the conclusion closes with additional loose ends and teaser snippets for upcoming movies, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness resembles the Fantastic Beasts series, serving as a mere middle piece that only marginally pushes the larger picture forward. Review

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6 may

6 may

This is the kind of sci-fi tale in want of dependable components of exploitation, especially with a story and direction by Stuart Gordon. Review

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3 may

3 may

The finale returns to horror genre tropes, but the overall result is still unexpectedly entertaining. Review

7.0

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28 april

28 apr

Unfortunately, it’s mostly comprised of little jokes as opposed to big gags, marking a pleasant but modest comedy; it’s never uproarious enough to be unforgettable. Still, the ending – though anticipated – is satisfying. Review

7.0

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23 april

23 apr

With all the hysterical nods to the actor’s previous works, as well as through embracing his perceived quirkiness, it’s difficult not to recommend this flick to anyone who has followed the star’s career... Review

6.0

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21 april

21 apr

The damsel encounters distress and the hero must stage an epic rescue, generating an exciting climax and cementing Weissmuller’s place as the original and most beloved of the onscreen Tarzan iterations. Review

7.0

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19 april

19 apr

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