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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Number of movie reviews: 471 / 471


Poster for Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel


The movie is airy and entertaining, with an uncommonly resolute finale...

7 march

7 mar

Poster for La Femme Nikita

La Femme Nikita


Nevertheless, Luc Besson’s script and direction would prove inspirational to subsequent movies, crafting a blueprint for a number of likeminded spy yarns...

21 february

21 feb

Poster for Kiss of the Dragon

Kiss of the Dragon


It’s an unusually balanced, satisfying martial arts extravaganza – and one of Li’s greatest American endeavors.

20 february

20 feb

Poster for Fighting with My Family

Fighting with My Family


Energetic, rousing, and routinely hilarious – quite the feat for what is, superficially, just a wrestling biopic.

19 february

19 feb

Poster for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


The eventual showdown is exciting and rousing, but undeniably inferior to its predecessors.

18 february

18 feb

Poster for Bird Box

Bird Box


The scary-movie tactics here are a touch severer, and the occult antagonists are handled with greater believability, but the film’s originality unavoidably suffers – even if the suspense is superior.

14 february

14 feb

Poster for Barb Wire

Barb Wire


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.

13 february

13 feb

Poster for Deliverance



Assuredly a memorable endeavor.

12 february

12 feb

Poster for 隠し砦の三悪人



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

11 february

11 feb

Poster for Double Dragon

Double Dragon


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.

4 february

4 feb

Poster for Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel


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

31 january

31 jan

Poster for Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers

Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers


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.

30 january

30 jan

Poster for Mandy



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

29 january

29 jan

Poster for Cold Pursuit

Cold Pursuit


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

28 january

28 jan

Poster for Serenity



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.

22 january

22 jan

Poster for Split



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

21 january

21 jan

Poster for Unbreakable



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

20 january

20 jan

Poster for Glass



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...

15 january

15 jan

Poster for The Upside

The Upside


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...

30 december

30 dec

Poster for Upgrade



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

24 december

24 dec

Poster for The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs


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

24 december

24 dec

Poster for The Most Dangerous Game

The Most Dangerous Game


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

24 december

24 dec

Poster for The Last Man on Earth

The Last Man on Earth


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

24 december

24 dec

Poster for Killing Me Softly

Killing Me Softly


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

23 december

23 dec

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