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: 920 / 920

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Has a mostly serious tone, which doesn’t serve it well. In order to pull off this kind of schlocky, exploitive B-movie, a self-aware humor needed to be evident. Review

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2019-02-13

2019

Assuredly a memorable endeavor. Review

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2019-02-12

2019

In the hands of writer/director Akira Kurosawa, The Hidden Fortress is also quite the actioner, building exceptional excitement through anticipation. Review

9.0

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2019-02-11

2019

In characters, plot, tone, and production design, Double Dragon is inconsistent and all over the place. For that, the constant levity certainly doesn’t help. Review

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2019-02-04

2019

Alita: Battle Angel might be one of the most proficient adaptations in a long time, but its premise occasionally shows signs of its age. Review

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2019-01-31

2019

The acting is unbelievably bad, which doesn’t matter much considering that the script is pure nonsense, full of double entendres and really, really bad one-liners. Review

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2019-01-30

2019

Despite its obvious low-budget construction, Mandy is stylish and alarmingly original, while Cage doesn’t hold back the rage in his performance. Review

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2019-01-29

2019

When the plenitude of characters isn’t muddying the thrills, a repetition takes over, duplicating the quirkiness of deaths. Review

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2019-01-28

2019

Despite how strange and unusual Serenity becomes toward its conclusion, it’s not entirely original; other pictures have attempted comparable notions (though not with such wildly incongruous themes), finding far better results. Review

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2019-01-22

2019

McAvoy’s acting is impressive, managing to uphold interest even though the range of his split personalities isn’t uncommonly drastic. Review

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2019-01-21

2019

Here, there’s also a slowness, partly to build characters, but also to allow the extraordinary concepts to sink in... Review

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2019-01-20

2019

The overarching themes of Shyamalan’s franchise sound somewhat unfilmable, yet his players tackle the subjects with enough sincerity that they work part of the time... Review

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2019-01-15

2019

It’s odd to utilize Hart in a chiefly dramatic role, but he’s convincing in the part; Cranston is likewise suitable as a man with everything yet nothing... Review

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2018-12-30

2018

At the same time, however, it undoubtedly generates fresh ideas, which will surely be conducive to subsequent sci-fi tales. Review

7.0

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2018-12-24

2018

Problematically, some of the fables are better than others, which means that the weaker links drag down the impact of the more impressive chapters... Review

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2018-12-24

2018

The technical merits of The Most Dangerous Game aren’t spectacular or precise, but the premise is the stuff of seminal adventure tales. Review

8.0

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2018-12-24

2018

Even with the unnecessary exposition and backstories, The Last Man on Earth is routinely fascinating. Review

8.0

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2018-12-24

2018

It again takes away from the mystery, which is entirely guessable, devolving into something more outrageous, perverse, and trivial than plausible or nerve-wracking. Review

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2018-12-23

2018

With Noah’s unflappable calmness and worldliness clashing with Deborah’s fiery demeanor, the love story is also diverting. Review

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2018-12-23

2018

Egregious amounts of violence crop up, but they’re mitigated by the constant silliness surrounding them. Review

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2018-12-23

2018

Anything but a glamorous picture, yet it still possesses a cinematic grittiness and a satisfying resolution. Review

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2018-12-23

2018

The humor isn’t always laugh-out-loud funny, as it’s occasionally based on crafting awkward moments designed to make viewers distressed, but Lemmon and Matthau have an undeniable chemistry that allows their highly contrasting personalities... Review

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2018-12-22

2018

Slapstick, hysterics, and delirious repetition (as well as stuttering) arrive at every turn, augmenting a terribly serious plot, injecting laughs and levity amid heartbreak and tears. Review

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2018-12-22

2018

The extremely exaggerated facial features of disproportionate denizens are once again a highlight; the character designs contain an abundance of humor, even when the personas themselves do as little as shuffle around a room. Review

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2018-12-22

2018

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