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: 362 / 362


Poster for Green Book

Green Book


The two leads are quite impressive, managing to overcome the limitations of their largely stock roles to create a warmth and an energy not often found in such softball approaches to periods of historical despair.

9 december

9 dec

Poster for If Beale Street Could Talk

If Beale Street Could Talk


The love story itself is the highlight, boasting a rawness and realism, smartly designed amid the alternating fantasy and horror of a carefree past and a forbidding future.

8 december

8 dec

Poster for Niagara



The boisterous, tumbling waters certainly make for a unique backdrop to the drama, additionally providing a nemesis for the climax, which again returns to the macabre subjects of classic film noir.

7 december

7 dec

Poster for Mutant Aliens

Mutant Aliens


Bursting with deviant creativity, Mutant Aliens transitions into quite the adventure film, full of shootouts and high-speed chases, though it remains less focused – and, ultimately, less amusing – than Plympton’s previous efforts.

6 december

6 dec

Poster for Grizzly



Although the animal has been switched from a seafaring man-eater to a land-based monstrosity, Grizzly doesn’t craft much of an identity beyond Jaws in the woods.

5 december

5 dec

Poster for Roma



It’s as if Cuaron aims to convey that any random period in an individual’s life can be either usual or unusual, but undoubtedly not the heavily embellished fiction most often witnessed in customary moviemaking. This, of course, infrequently translates into entertainment.

28 november

28 nov

Poster for Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh

Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh


More of a remake than a continuation, this follow-up provides moderate amusement but ultimately only for audiences itching for continued massacres from the vengeful, cursed specter.

27 november

27 nov

Poster for The Favourite

The Favourite


Lanthimos once again opts to inject bizarreness for the sake of bizarreness, at a great detriment to both artistry and entertainment value.

26 november

26 nov

Poster for Event Horizon

Event Horizon


The space-bound, sci-fi/horror subgenre is rare enough that Event Horizon is still a welcome inclusion.

22 november

22 nov

Poster for Scream and Scream Again

Scream and Scream Again


Alternating with the mild adventure are moments of brief body horror, a hint of humor, glimpses of nudity, and even intermittent flirting.

21 november

21 nov

Poster for A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place


Isn’t a complete adventure as much as it is a small, confined exercise in horror and suspense. It’s also worth mentioning that the acting is exceptional...

20 november

20 nov

Poster for Creed II

Creed II


Everything about Creed II happens like clockwork; there’s not a single moment that isn’t entirely anticipated.

19 november

19 nov

Poster for Below



As the film progresses, the frights become more carefully crafted and the story smarter; brief bits of gore and dead bodies still pop up, but Below is more interested in building a creepy atmosphere and a sensational sense of dread.

18 november

18 nov

Poster for The Ox-Bow Incident

The Ox-Bow Incident


Proves to be a powerful, sobering, haunting epic of human frailty and cruelty – a staggering, unequaled masterpiece of such intrinsic traits.

17 november

17 nov

Poster for Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Killer Klowns from Outer Space


The creativity is admirable, even if the end result is more of a joke than it should have been.

16 november

16 nov

Poster for Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

Tales from the Darkside: The Movie


A competent, consistent horror anthology.

15 november

15 nov

Poster for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


By the end of it all, despite a few major revelations, this middle, middle chapter reveals itself to be little more than a collection of hunts.

14 november

14 nov

Poster for Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet


The cuteness and the spattering of witty parodies aren’t enough to overcome the slowness, the repetition, and the lack of emotional content.

13 november

13 nov

Poster for The Front Runner

The Front Runner


Politics in the ‘80s doesn’t feel considerably different than today; at the very least, it’s still extremely relevant, even if the public’s reactions have changed.

12 november

12 nov

Poster for The Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior


It’s too limited in scope to be unforgettable, though its production design and set decorations are more than adequate.

12 november

12 nov

Poster for Project A

Project A


Chan’s flair for creative tussles knows no bounds. And the falls are tremendous.

11 november

11 nov

Poster for The Unnamable

The Unnamable


Thanks to some unoriginal college initiation diversions, supporting roles line up to become fodder for the insatiable unnamable, though intentional humor occasionally spoils the mood.

11 november

11 nov

Poster for Overlord



Still a lot of fun, especially when the division of good and evil are so clearly defined, allowing for unambiguous, frenzied battles of righteousness.

10 november

10 nov

Poster for Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


It’s more of a moderate, procedural, cautionary tale (concerning man’s negative impact on nature), or even a war movie, than a futuristic adventure.

9 november

9 nov

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