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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Occasionally, however, it’s all so stupid that it’s either laugh-out-loud funny or borderline boring. Review

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2019-10-30

2019

Unlike in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, this sixth entry doesn’t even possess a single set piece worthy of revisiting. And when a Terminator film doesn’t have awe-inspiring action, it really doesn’t have anything at all. Review

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2019-10-29

2019

Fled may be derivative of too many other properties to keep track of (the dialogue certainly doesn’t provide anything original), but it’s nevertheless consistently watchable (further aided by an escalating series of nonsensical set pieces and a laughably unofficial resolution). Review

6.0

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2019-10-28

2019

Interludes of seriousness transcend Jojo Rabbit from mere laugh-out-loud funny send-up to a masterpiece of human nature, indoctrination, loss, love, and emotional resonance. Review

10

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2019-10-25

2019

It’s all brawn and no brains. Review

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2019-10-22

2019

The action is amusing, the humor is consistent, and the pacing is efficient; it’s not exactly original anymore, nor is it high art, but it remains completely enjoyable. Review

7.0

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2019-10-18

2019

There’s just nothing special about this world, its populace, or the brand of fantasy surrounding them, resulting in a feeling of nonchalance concerning the additional two hours spent focusing on their customs and origins and plights; it’s not unwatchable, but it’s far from entertaining. Review

3.0

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2019-10-16

2019

Even when interactions remain low-key, Shaft’s screen presence and larger-than-life attitude are enough to spice things up. Review

8.0

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2019-10-14

2019

Smith and Winstead make an amusing team during the action scenes, but little else can be taken seriously enough for this to succeed as an A-list thriller. Review

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2019-10-11

2019

Tone-Deaf continually ignores opportunities for logical explanations, defaulting on a blame game between baby boomers and millennials as a reason for a literal clash and showdown in a haunted mansion. Review

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2019-10-09

2019

Filling in the gaps are bits of slapstick, comic montages, and a light love triangle. The predicaments are insincere, the supporting roles are insignificant, and the premise is flimsy; yet Elvira is an entirely watchable character, merging gothic titillation and a killer figure with bad puns and nods to iconic movies. Review

4.0

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2019-10-07

2019

Similarly, there’s no flair in the filmmaking itself; the progression of the plot is formulaic and conventional, bounding along with predictable music and montages. It may be based on real people, but creative exaggerations appear tragically underused. Review

6.0

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2019-10-05

2019

Yet Joker’s boldness and originality, particularly in the realm of comic book character adaptations, doesn’t always translate into entertainment value. Apart from Phoenix’s unforgettable turn, the film is unrelentingly unsettling. Review

4.0

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2019-10-04

2019

It’s an ambitious undertaking for first-time director Ridley Scott, whose burgeoning filmmaking styles are evident even in this early effort. Review

8.0

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2019-09-30

2019

While maintaining propriety and composure, there’s plenty of subtle humor to highlight the feigning of such attributes. Review

8.0

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2019-09-26

2019

Newcomer Jones is convincing, the supporting players are strong, and the premise is thought-provoking. Still, the production values and the cast can’t save the film from its withering length as it chronicles numerous endeavors with fleeting verve. Review

6.0

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2019-09-23

2019

It’s definitely not intelligent, but the catastrophic machismo is mind-numbingly action-packed. Review

4.0

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2019-09-18

2019

Deadlier Than the Male is unable to craft an identity of its own; it routinely feels like a cheap copycat (or, in its shoddier moments, a parody), brimming with poor recreations of familiar gimmicks. Review

3.0

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2019-09-16

2019

The pacing is too meditative for the bursts of action; and the plot isn’t wild enough to make those moments seem fitting. Nevertheless, Pitt gives a striking performance, while thought-provoking ideas abound. Review

5.0

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2019-09-14

2019

Despite the lack of entertainment value in the offenses themselves, the cast is sharply selected and the actresses turn in convincing performances. Review

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2019-09-12

2019

Everyone takes their roles seriously, and the combination of Palance, Landau, and Pleasence imparts extra gravitas – and some unintentional humor. Review

6.0

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2019-09-10

2019

It’s a convoluted conglomeration of concepts, all of which have been seen before – and executed with greater flair. Fortunately, the grittiness is consistent, culminating in a tense showdown in a fantastically macabre setting. Review

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2019-09-07

2019

It Chapter Two contains plenty of exciting, almost comically appalling stuff, but it’s heavily fortified by recurring, familiar material as well. Review

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2019-09-04

2019

The potential in this film is tremendous, yet it’s ultimately a confused blend of space opera and sci-fi horror that will appeal to a very specific audience only... Review

6.0

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2019-09-01

2019

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