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: 362 / 362


Poster for The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give


A potent, powerful work, full of tough questions, tougher answers, and outstanding performances.

28 september

28 sep

Poster for The Sisters Brothers

The Sisters Brothers


Tropes are avoided, substituted instead for a nuanced tale of unanticipated growth and senses of obligation dramatically fulfilled.

24 september

24 sep

Poster for The Art of War

The Art of War


It devolves into a bullet-dodging, body-battering, glass-shattering, scenery-demolishing collection of brawls.

23 september

23 sep

Poster for The House with a Clock in Its Walls

The House with a Clock in Its Walls


A macabre yet funny adventure, though one small enough in its ambitions as to become terribly unmemorable.

22 september

22 sep

Poster for Fahrenheit 11/9

Fahrenheit 11/9


It’s as horrifying as it is hilarious, even managing to work in a Hitler comparison that, while not a perfect parallel, is a relevant likening worth scrutinizing.

21 september

21 sep

Poster for Return of the Living Dead 3

Return of the Living Dead 3


It has a hell of a coda, following up a spine-tingling climax with a perversely poetic finale and parting shot.

12 september

12 sep

Poster for The Predator

The Predator


The pacing, the action, and the humor generally offset the deficiencies in continuity and storytelling.

11 september

11 sep

Poster for Peppermint



It’s routinely frustrating just how often Peppermint opts for anticipated confrontations and escapes rather than artistic deviations from stale cliches.

6 september

6 sep

Poster for Return of the Living Dead Part II

Return of the Living Dead Part II


Despite a couple of very minor additions to the formula, the novelty of it all is almost entirely lost.

5 september

5 sep

Poster for Captain Blood

Captain Blood


A classic tale of wrongful imprisonment, daring escape, and vigilantism as revenge...

4 september

4 sep

Poster for The Black Swan

The Black Swan


It may not be the best of the pirate adventure films, but The Black Swan holds its own against the Errol Flynn pictures of the era.

1 september

1 sep

Poster for The Guns of Navarone

The Guns of Navarone


The picture offers up engaging moral conundrums and perspectives on war, from sacrificing human life in pursuit of victory...

31 august

31 aug

Poster for Kin



There are lulls here and there, but the finale hints at the cathartic fantasy of annihilative vengeance...

30 august

30 aug

Poster for Operation Finale

Operation Finale


May be slow in spots and unsure of when to cut to black, but its educational and entertainment values are magnificent...

29 august

29 aug

Poster for The Happytime Murders

The Happytime Murders


Crafting an original story is hardly necessary, since the focus is on perverting typical children’s characters with penis jokes and puppet prison rape japes.

22 august

22 aug

Poster for Mile 22

Mile 22


It’s not really a complete film, but a single mission soaked in energetic savagery. At least the tone is consistent and uncompromisingly bleak.

15 august

15 aug

Poster for Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians


The finale packs a wallop...

14 august

14 aug

Poster for The Man Who Laughs

The Man Who Laughs


There are problems with the execution, but the finale is extraordinarily grand.

12 august

12 aug

Poster for The Meg

The Meg


Consistently underwhelms...

11 august

11 aug

Poster for Shocking Dark

Shocking Dark


The only components that aren’t outright deplorable are the sets...

10 august

10 aug

Poster for Fear City

Fear City


Despite the visual genuineness of its unglamorous New York setting, Fear City isn’t sure of what it wants to be.

9 august

9 aug

Poster for Trilogy of Terror

Trilogy of Terror


Without Karen Black's exceptional performances, this trilogy of terror wouldn’t be nearly as entertaining.

8 august

8 aug

Poster for The Omen

The Omen


Rich with forbidding details and impressive scare tactics.

7 august

7 aug

Poster for Don't Look Now

Don't Look Now


It’s positively dismaying, in a good way, culminating in a chase – and chaos – that is as unforgettable as it is disorienting and cryptic.

6 august

6 aug

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