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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Poster for Stroomop



Thankfully, it isn’t all a setup, just to manipulate the women into cooperation; they are indeed forced to fend for themselves in the wild. But the overlong runtime, the largely uninteresting personas, and some extremely suspect, revelatory coincidences sap the energy from the survivalist scenarios.

6 april

6 apr

Poster for Curtiz



At the end of it all, despite a few amusing, anecdotal pieces of comedy, the characters are so disagreeable and unlikeable that viewers won’t care if everyone makes up, finds success, or murders one another.

5 april

5 apr

Poster for Doing Money

Doing Money


Though the film is based on real events, there’s a Hollywoodized feel about the staging of the scenarios.

4 april

4 apr

Poster for His Girl Friday

His Girl Friday


If His Girl Friday wasn’t so humorous, it might be a downright horrific examination of true love.

3 april

3 apr

Poster for Body Heat

Body Heat


Lawrence Kasdan’s scripting, though borrowing a number of concepts from other pictures, has an ominous brilliance all its own.

2 april

2 apr

Poster for Hail Satan?

Hail Satan?


But even with its intermittently amateurish editing, it’s difficult to dismiss the magnitude of what TST – and, by extension, this film – is trying to accomplish.

1 april

1 apr

Poster for Born Yesterday

Born Yesterday


The tone is light and pleasant, with enough successful humor and romance and table-turning drama to craft an enjoyable bit of entertainment.

31 march

31 mar

Poster for Born Yesterday

Born Yesterday


Even the outdated, idealistic view of governmental underpinnings and the unlikely leniency of tempestuous thugs can’t stop the film from being monumentally appealing.

30 march

30 mar

Poster for The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera


It’s an exciting and triumphant finale, concluding adventurously and romantically, like many of the era’s greatest epics.

29 march

29 mar

Poster for An Affair to Remember

An Affair to Remember


The finale is absolutely breathtaking and tearjerking.

28 march

28 mar

Poster for Twilight Zone: The Movie

Twilight Zone: The Movie


All but Time Out (perhaps the most shocking and timeless) are remakes of popular episodes from the original television series, with the first and last proving to be the most riveting.

27 march

27 mar

Poster for The Crow: City of Angels

The Crow: City of Angels


Admittedly, there’s a modicum of entertainment value to be found in a ruthless protagonist mercilessly tormenting and executing a band of exceptionally unfeeling antagonists; but it’s certainly not enough to warrant a feature-length film.

26 march

26 mar

Poster for Cherry 2000

Cherry 2000


Comic relief moments inspire zero laughs, and Andrews and Griffith exhibit no chemistry; everything is so ineffective, the very existence of this completed film is something of a mystery.

25 march

25 mar

Poster for Bad Girls

Bad Girls


The action is just too plain to rouse much interest. The worthwhile cast can’t overcome bland storytelling and uninspired scripting.

24 march

24 mar

Poster for Dumbo



There’s no real sense of wonderment and no attachment to the characters.

23 march

23 mar

Poster for The People vs. Larry Flynt

The People vs. Larry Flynt


Flynt’s legacy is nevertheless potent, culminating in a significant and sharply-staged Supreme Court showdown, followed by a somewhat poetic and thought-provoking parting shot and afterword, once again demonstrating Flynt’s impact on society over the sheer entertainment value of his life.

22 march

22 mar

Poster for Shazam!



The movie contains considerable entertainment value, standing out from the studio’s paltry superhero brethren.

21 march

21 mar

Poster for Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction


The film’s greatest strength is its design around reality; the most convincing movie monsters tend to be human beings – and Close is outstanding as the embodiment of guilt, angst, and rage, stemming from thoughts of abandonment and betrayal.

21 march

21 mar

Poster for Mom and Dad

Mom and Dad


The longer the terrorizing ensues, the more outrageous (and surprisingly canny) it becomes, transforming into a wildly barbarous bit of escapist entertainment.

20 march

20 mar

Poster for Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann

Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann


It’s as if the filmmakers are purposely trying to manufacture the dullest possible sci-fi/fantasy imaginable.

20 march

20 mar

Poster for Us



The manipulation is high, but it never feels cheap, overwrought, or hard-won.

19 march

19 mar

Poster for Time Bandits

Time Bandits


Occasionally feels like a Monty Python feature, especially with moments of slapstick, comical hysteria, biting sarcasm, uncommon revelry, the exaggerated expressions of background roles, and John Cleese behaving terribly anachronistically. But it also possesses a whimsical imaginativeness, overflowing with amusing costumes and sets, as well as an original premise built from time travel, historical figures, and otherworldly entit...

19 march

19 mar

Poster for Rapid Fire

Rapid Fire


The plot is so flimsy that it’s actually moderately comical...

18 march

18 mar

Poster for Fritz the Cat

Fritz the Cat


The result is something merely boorish and obscene – to the point that any thought-provoking critiques of antiestablishment and race relations are almost entirely lost.

18 march

18 mar

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