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: 1121 / 1121

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Though Poor Things is strikingly outlandish and fantastical, armed with top-notch performances and a witty script, the cleverness is simply too buried beneath an overwrought story. Review

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29 november

29 nov

Problematically, the film unfolds like a psychological thriller, but without a steady stream of psychological intrigue and virtually no thrills. Review

4.0

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28 november

28 nov

The plot and the cast are notably mediocre. Review

3.0

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17 november

17 nov

Napoleon is something of a history lesson – pausing on major events without much speculation or commentary, offering a bit of artistry yet fleeting gusto. Review

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15 november

15 nov

The Marvels becomes an entirely extraneous episode, overflowing with plenty of the same stuff from before, but offering far less pizzazz. Review

2.0

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8 november

8 nov

The animation is effective to match the feature-length films (it follows the events of Toy Story 3), while the plot engagingly mirrors one of the major aspects of Toy Story 2. Review

7.0

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4 november

4 nov

It doesn’t help when the story here is so convoluted and silly, and when the wise-cracking main characters fail to take any of the situations seriously. Review

2.0

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31 october

31 oct

The originality appears ever more fleeting. It likely needed to be so much more over-the-top to be memorable. Review

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27 october

27 oct

In the realm of a horror picture, some of it is understandable, but any artistic efforts that diminish the film’s ability to convey its story or message become more detrimental than stylish. Review

4.0

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25 october

25 oct

The period, the topic, and the players may be important, particularly with the historical components, but this project wasn’t designed to be effective or entertaining in the process. Review

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13 october

13 oct

The Creator isn’t without some exciting moments and entertaining visuals, but it can’t quite build an identity of its own, nor can it tell its tale in a way that feels judicious, that flows like a sci-fi epic with a confidence in its plotting and formulation. Review

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29 september

29 sep

A few vehicle chases and hand-to-hand combat sequences prove mildly engaging, but it’s all too obvious when blue-screen, bad CG blood and explosions, and unconvincing stunts eat up the brunt of the excitement. Review

2.0

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22 september

22 sep

A combination of two unharmonious concepts into a curiously satisfying experiment that still involves twisty whodunit essentials. Review

6.0

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7 september

7 sep

The pacing is swift and a couple of surprises make the climax more engaging. The falling action is mostly satisfying as well, somewhat padded with extraneous notes on personal, seemingly unrelated dramas, though once again, the logistics of easy access to telephones is something of a conundrum. Review

6.0

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19 august

19 aug

It’s a stoner comedy without comedy, almost indescribably juvenile in its scripting and jesting. Review

2.0

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17 august

17 aug

The story is uninteresting to an astonishing degree. And Blue Beetle almost seems to go out of its way to be bland. Review

3.0

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15 august

15 aug

The conquer-the-world machinations, the unoriginal action choreography, the blandly-written characters, and the unstoppable formidability of the superspy make it so hard to care about any of it. Review

2.0

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11 august

11 aug

There’s virtually no comic relief; the sense of dread and the visualized brutalities are relentless, which makes the two-hour runtime somewhat overwhelming. Review

5.0

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9 august

9 aug

The film isn’t continuously funny, nor is it consistently suspenseful, but it does do a spectacular job of sending up Hitchcock’s classics, even when it’s a little too obvious and easy. Review

6.0

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29 july

29 jul

The Baker doesn’t possess the originality necessary to warrant its existence; this plot and these characters are entirely too familiar and blandly presented to make this a worthwhile bit of entertainment. Review

2.0

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27 july

27 jul

The story is convoluted and weakly defined; reasons behind soul-collecting, as well as ghostly capabilities, are largely ignored. Review

3.0

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25 july

25 jul

Unfortunately, there aren’t enough great moments to make this production altogether entertaining – despite a few solid, littler chuckles and some clever, noirish, metaphoric blunders. Review

5.0

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23 july

23 jul

Some of the best moments dwell on Mel Brooks’ signature brand of humor, from breaking the fourth wall to making references to other properties to racial jabs to self-aware wisecracks. Of course, there’s also juvenile or crude humor, and so many one-liners that not all of them can possibly land effectively. Review

6.0

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22 july

22 jul

Though it’s consistently amusing, there aren’t a wealth of laugh-out-loud moments, making it marginally less entertaining than its immediate predecessors. Review

6.0

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21 july

21 jul

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