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: 1124 / 1124

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

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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

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2018-12-24

2018

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

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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

An uncommonly dark Disney release, yet it’s also full of comedy and adventure. Plus, there’s a love story in here, though it’s regularly pushed aside for humor and music. Review

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2018-12-22

2018

The dance choreography is exceptional, with Astaire and Rogers reinforcing their collaborative effectiveness, but the combination of singing and dancing talent, comedy, and romance isn’t nearly as refined as in Top Hat a year later. Review

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2018-12-21

2018

A madcap, slapstick type of comic conclusion, with no real hope of marital longevity. Nevertheless, it’s terribly romantic. Review

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2018-12-21

2018

The movie is full of humor and heart, most effectively provided by Steinfeld, who manages to be both genuine and relatable, despite acting predominantly in front of fully CG personas. Review

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2018-12-21

2018

May not be the most striking of sci-fi dramas (it definitely carries on for too long), but it’s a pleasant, life-affirming, touching bit of entertainment. Review

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2018-12-21

2018

A masterpiece of deception and manipulation. Review

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2018-12-20

2018

Its descent into chaotic madness is exquisite, although it’s overlong in the process, going into a considerable amount of detail for its depiction of escalating insanity. Yet the closing revelations are breathtaking and unforgettable. Review

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2018-12-20

2018

The real stars of the film are mind games and manipulation, sharply brought to life by the restrained verbal feuding between Bogart and Robinson. Review

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2018-12-20

2018

The refusal to play by traditional rules is thoroughly refreshing. Review

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2018-12-20

2018

The love story isn’t as affecting and the drama isn’t as significant as many of its peers, but To Have and Have Not still boasts an exciting climax and a satisfying conclusion. Review

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2018-12-19

2018

Instead, it feels confused, unfocused, and unsatisfying – perhaps a result of studio meddling and the director’s waning visionariness. Review

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2018-12-19

2018

The Master of Suspense may prefer to manipulate his viewers, but he’s not so ruthless as to deprive them of a supremely satisfying finale. Review

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2018-12-19

2018

His brand of monster is nuanced, unique, and highly cinematic. Review

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2018-12-19

2018

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