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: 1133 / 1133

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But, as with the previous reboots, nonstop demolishment of familiar cityscapes can’t sustain an entire film; when the story is so cluttered and the human characters so unaffecting, the result is an indistinguishable collection of monster melees. Review

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2021-03-26

2021

It’s clear that the greatest heroes are normal people summoning extraordinary courage in the face of prevalent adversity; Rae’s ordinariness lends to extraordinary onscreen entertainment. Review

8.0

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2021-03-24

2021

There’s still far too much comedy; any sense of awe (of which terribly little exists) is drowned out by constant, immature, generic attempts at laughs. Review

2.0

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2021-03-21

2021

It’s a little too conflicted, a little too familiar, and incredibly farfetched. Review

5.0

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2021-03-19

2021

Big

But inevitably sticky conclusion aside, Big is full of exquisite moments – from a trampoline session to a dance on an interactive floor piano – that help the film become both continually hilarious and unforgettably unique. Review

9.0

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2021-03-17

2021

As an absolute polar opposite to the depictions in something like A Clockwork Orange, this hilariously absurd send-up offers creative yet foolish ideas on the future of drugs, technology, food, sex, clothing, and more – even if they’re cheap and rickety. Review

8.0

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2021-03-15

2021

It’s a unique, noble effort to recreate the comedy stylings of a bygone era, but it’s never completely convincing. Review

5.0

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2021-03-12

2021

The Courier reminds of “Bridge of Spies” from 2015, though the tone here is slightly off, struggling to balance severity with levity. Review

6.0

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2021-03-10

2021

The Replacement Killers isn’t boring, but it could have amounted to a lot more, particularly as the final showdown is thrillingly chaotic and brutal. Review

6.0

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2021-03-08

2021

Coming 2 America ultimately works as a rehash or remake as much as a sequel; for its entire duration, even with its pleasant nostalgia appeal, it struggles to justify its own existence, which is probably about three decades too late. Review

3.0

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2021-03-06

2021

The secrets – and the repetitive refusals of any of the lead characters to ask questions – tend to be irritating. Fortunately, effective humor surfaces on occasion, and fairly continuous action keeps the pacing tight. Review

4.0

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2021-03-03

2021

Brief, simple, and incredibly sweet, this clever, vibrant, inspirational picture is an absolutely sumptuous appetizer; it’s almost a shame that it doesn’t carry on past its 7-minute runtime, especially with its lively score and its heartwarming stars. Review

8.0

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2021-02-27

2021

Unfortunately, regardless of the little plot points that stretch this tale out to feature-length, the story is hopelessly generic. Review

3.0

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2021-02-26

2021

Thanks to the humor, this story will likely reach greater audiences, but it’s the serious, historical elements that are essential. Review

8.0

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2021-02-24

2021

Part of what makes this all so effective is how straight the actors play their parts; in the face of unending fatuousness, the cast remains earnestly aboveboard, which only heightens the picture’s success. Review

8.0

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2021-02-23

2021

His efforts to turn funny but small episodes of humorous catastrophes into a feature-length picture result in readily identifiable, disparate concepts being strung together with little regard for a cohesive plot. Review

4.0

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2021-02-20

2021

Timately, the concepts of writer David Odell and director Jeannot Szwarc don’t fit with their avenues of execution; they may have lofty ideas, but they fail to bring them to the screen with a suitable level of spectacle. Review

2.0

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2021-02-18

2021

But no matter how impactful the finale, it’s difficult to appreciate the film as a whole; it’s very clearly two distinct pictures: one about the rises and falls of a Hollywood couple, and the other a collection of musical numbers to illustrate the magnificent art of Judy Garland. Review

6.0

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2021-02-16

2021

When the actors don’t appear as if they’re making this movie solely as an excuse to be on vacation, the humor is inconsistent at best. Review

3.0

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2021-02-14

2021

The roles all exhibit an astounding authenticity, made more compelling by their intimate environments and situations. More than anything else, Minari is a character study. Review

7.0

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2021-02-12

2021

The many nuanced supporting roles are comparably balanced against a backdrop of violence and betrayal, with emotional reflection remaining potent when alternated with brutality, underdog revolutionary causes, and looming tragedies. Review

8.0

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2021-02-11

2021

What should have been a slightly more thought-provoking, emotional, existential crisis (or perhaps a cautionary tale) instead resorts predominantly to disaster movie tropes... Review

4.0

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2021-02-09

2021

The Mauritanian presents some horrifyingly compelling imagery and a couple of extraordinary scenes, but its parts are clearly better than the whole. Review

7.0

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2021-02-04

2021

Despite the unhurried storytelling, the consistency with which clues are discovered and suspects encountered keeps things engaging. Review

6.0

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2021-01-30

2021

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