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: 957 / 957

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The drama is absorbing, if a bit distracting (crossing back and forth between genres), though contrived twists keep the titular characters continually in dire straits. Review

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2019-12-06

2019

It’s actually rather awe-inspiring that this classic Universal monster would become so influential, considering the underdeveloped structuring, moments of ineffective suspense, and a general deficiency in filmic polish. Review

7.0

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2019-12-06

2019

The mostly ineffective interludes of comic relief feel misplaced, especially since they’re rarely funny (oftentimes slipping into the realm of disgusting) and they stretch out the expectedly brief running time, which is itself predominantly just a series of excuses to show obscured, softcore sex and nudity. Review

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2019-12-05

2019

The special effects are extraordinary, along with the topsy-turvy sets, augmenting a nerve-wracking plot of distressing exploration, frazzled nerves, unending surprises, and creeping death. Review

9.0

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2019-12-04

2019

It’s certainly one of the most complex, action-packed, and memorable of all the ’60s war epics. Review

8.0

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2019-12-04

2019

The narration is largely unnecessary, as is the bookending of Miles’ fate, but the pacing is swift, the acting is outstanding, and the techniques for generating suspense are superb. Review

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2019-12-03

2019

It’s also apparent that the filmmaking siblings are adept with screenwriting. The dialogue is smart and cheeky, while the plot is labyrinthine and unpredictable. Review

9.0

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2019-12-02

2019

The majority of the picture struggles to create a truly unique identity; it’s derivative of enough other properties to keep it interesting, but originality eludes it at every turn. Review

3.0

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2019-12-02

2019

Yet despite the lack of seriousness, the biggest problem ultimately rests with the minuscule nature of the jokes; even with such an unrelenting onslaught of absurdities, few are memorable or inspire genuine belly-laughs. Review

4.0

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2019-12-01

2019

The visuals are consistently stunning. It may not be wholly original, occasionally plagued by the one-shot restrictions, but 1917 is a tremendous, spectacle-driven, edge-of-your-seat thriller. Review

7.0

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2019-11-28

2019

By the end, Marriage Story proves itself to be a sensational blend of laughs, tears, love, and hope. Review

9.0

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2019-11-25

2019

Even the strength of Grant’s inimitable persona – and a few last-minute hiccups, such as confused identities and improvised cross-dressing – can’t save it from considerable mediocrity. Review

4.0

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2019-11-22

2019

While the tone is consistently sincere and heavy-hitting, there’s nothing new about this story. Nevertheless, it’s still enjoyable to see an unwaveringly righteous lawman wade his way through the mire of crooks and corruption... Review

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2019-11-20

2019

It may borrow from – or pay homage to – a number of other popular detective stories and premises, but it’s nevertheless consistently humorous and entertaining. Review

7.0

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2019-11-18

2019

Although the majority of the picture is light and airy, even during action-packed moments, there are some darker scenes that are sure to stir emotions – even if their lasting effects are transitory. Review

6.0

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2019-11-15

2019

With Scorsese’s brand of gangsterism, which tends to blend bloodshed with cheery classical tunes and a wink and a smirk, The Irishman is off to a good start. But unlike in Goodfellas, the biographical chronicle doesn’t always feel as if it’s heading toward something concrete. Review

5.0

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2019-11-14

2019

Every role in Charlie’s Angels is bland or stereotypical; the scripting is pitiful; and the chemistry is nonexistent, which greatly hurts all the sisterly bonding and important feminist sentiments. Review

2.0

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2019-11-13

2019

It’s all quite fitting, following along with the rest of Hammer’s Karnstein series, in which mysteries are entirely predictable, attractive women are plentiful, the ending is abrupt, and unintentional silliness abounds. Review

4.0

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2019-11-12

2019

Thanks to the terrible mismatch of the leading couple, jealousy and discontent brews, routinely numbing the comedic components. Review

4.0

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2019-11-11

2019

It’s also hilariously sarcastic, action-packed, and highly unique; who would have predicted that a bodiless automaton could be such a rousing superhero? Review

7.0

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2019-11-10

2019

Audiences of the era may have been fascinated to see the inner workings of the upper crust – and perhaps overjoyed at their steadily deteriorating lives and relatable frailties – but these are painfully dull, generic ordeals. Review

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2019-11-08

2019

Sadly, however, the visuals can’t compose the movie alone. Review

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2019-11-06

2019

Doctor Sleep works best as a separate entity with its own distinct tone and purpose, nodding to “The Shining” but existing largely as an independent work. Review

7.0

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2019-11-04

2019

The enigma is strung along until the very end, morphing into something along the lines of a self-fulfilling prophecy; but every ounce of creativity is met with an equal serving of disappointing nebulousness. Review

5.0

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2019-10-31

2019

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