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: 418 / 418


Poster for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


By the end of it all, despite a few major revelations, this middle, middle chapter reveals itself to be little more than a collection of hunts.

14 november

14 nov

Poster for Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet


The cuteness and the spattering of witty parodies aren’t enough to overcome the slowness, the repetition, and the lack of emotional content.

13 november

13 nov

Poster for The Front Runner

The Front Runner


Politics in the ‘80s doesn’t feel considerably different than today; at the very least, it’s still extremely relevant, even if the public’s reactions have changed.

12 november

12 nov

Poster for The Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior


It’s too limited in scope to be unforgettable, though its production design and set decorations are more than adequate.

12 november

12 nov

Poster for Project A

Project A


Chan’s flair for creative tussles knows no bounds. And the falls are tremendous.

11 november

11 nov

Poster for The Unnamable

The Unnamable


Thanks to some unoriginal college initiation diversions, supporting roles line up to become fodder for the insatiable unnamable, though intentional humor occasionally spoils the mood.

11 november

11 nov

Poster for Overlord



Still a lot of fun, especially when the division of good and evil are so clearly defined, allowing for unambiguous, frenzied battles of righteousness.

10 november

10 nov

Poster for Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


It’s more of a moderate, procedural, cautionary tale (concerning man’s negative impact on nature), or even a war movie, than a futuristic adventure.

9 november

9 nov

Poster for Fantastic Voyage

Fantastic Voyage


A nonstop adventure of sizable proportions.

8 november

8 nov

Poster for The Seashell and the Clergyman

The Seashell and the Clergyman


It’s impossible to fully understand such an abstruse, experimental work, but the happenings on display are never dull.

7 november

7 nov

Poster for Meshes of the Afternoon

Meshes of the Afternoon


Whether or not it’s an exercise in pointed symbolism or abstract surrealism or a manifestation of suicidal thoughts, it’s utterly mesmerizing.

6 november

6 nov

Poster for Un Chien Andalou

Un Chien Andalou


It’s so freakish and routinely inscrutable that its imagery is alternately scary, obscene, dramatic, and hilarious. It simply doesn’t exist in any sort of analyzable reality.

5 november

5 nov

Poster for The Grinch

The Grinch


It’s moderately amusing, but it has a difficult time justifying its own existence; it’s simply unnecessary to revisit the Seuss masterpiece yet again, especially when there’s no fresh angle from which to approach it.

4 november

4 nov

Poster for Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell


Were it not for the odd moment of slapstick, the notions of playing god and of psychological torture and of uncontrollable rage would be genuinely terrifying.

3 november

3 nov

Poster for A Face in the Crowd

A Face in the Crowd


It’s the kind of cautionary tale (with an astounding, if improbably hopeful, finale) that never loses its relevance.

2 november

2 nov

Poster for The Tune

The Tune


A wonder of music and surreal visuals, frequently smushed together in entertainingly perverse ways.

1 november

1 nov

Poster for WIld Beasts

WIld Beasts


The acting is mediocre, the dialogue is unconvincing, the characters are flimsy, and the story is shoddily constructed, but the tone is mostly serious, which helps counter the abundance of deficiencies in filmmaking techniques (and all of the unintentional hilarity).

31 october

31 oct

Poster for The Girl in the Spider's Web

The Girl in the Spider's Web


It’s thrilling at times and action-packed at others, but it abandons the utter brilliance of select moments of outsmarting rather than outgunning the enemies.

30 october

30 oct

Poster for Ivanhoe



Although Ivanhoe isn’t nearly as well-known as the many legends of Robin Hood, this medieval epic exists alongside Locksley’s own exploits, making for an amusing supplement to the more famous yarns.

29 october

29 oct

Poster for I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang

I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang


Tightly scripted, with frequent near-misses and white-knuckle encounters, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang is dark, dour, and devoid of comic relief.

29 october

29 oct

Poster for The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Hunchback of Notre Dame


An unforgettable finale, this early adaptation of a preeminent example of French literature is a must-see masterpiece of visual storytelling.

28 october

28 oct

Poster for Hot Dog... The Movie

Hot Dog... The Movie


As audiences wait for the next moment of exposed flesh, they must also sit through numerous skiing montages.

28 october

28 oct

Poster for Ator, the Fighting Eagle

Ator, the Fighting Eagle


The anticlimactic and mild nature of every confrontation soon becomes downright boring resulting in one of the weakest of all peplum pictures.

27 october

27 oct

Poster for The Seven-Ups

The Seven-Ups


Not only is it edited together deftly, managing some hair-raising stunts, but it also looks as if shot without permits or permission. The realism is exceptional.

27 october

27 oct

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