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 Savage Streets

Savage Streets


Brief bits of comedy supplement the viciousness, as well as asides for discussions on poetry and the reproductive system...

26 october

26 oct

Poster for Death Machine

Death Machine


The film is intermittently bloody and suspenseful, yet the action is edited with so many cuts and fast-paced camera angle changes that it’s impossible to see what exactly is going on.

26 october

26 oct

Poster for Krull



Some of the makeup effects and creature designs are quite arresting, even if the best of them aren’t saved for the finale, which is a tremendously lackluster showdown.

25 october

25 oct

Poster for Hunter Killer

Hunter Killer


May be pure fantasy, but it’s smartly paced, unexpectedly complex, action-packed, and thoroughly satisfying.

25 october

25 oct

Poster for Thief



The performances are also quite the highlight...

24 october

24 oct

Poster for Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody


While the picture might not be a technical marvel, the music is so forceful and enthusiastic that it’s hard not to get caught up in the momentum and the impact of one of the most enduring groups in rock history.

24 october

24 oct

Poster for Jezebel



The story might not hold its relevance over the years, but there’s an undeniable, redemptive quality to the ambiguous finale, which is once again made grander by Davis’ star power.

23 october

23 oct

Poster for Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing

Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing


The romance is striking, concluding with a famously tragic yet poetic and powerful scene.

23 october

23 oct

Poster for 10



A fascinating character study, bittersweet and insightful yet full of tremendous laughs.

22 october

22 oct

Poster for The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles


While this isn’t a drastically different interpretation of the classic story, it’s nicely handled, possessing a seriousness and an updated amount of blood that are entirely fitting for a Hammer endeavor.

22 october

22 oct

Poster for Short Circuit

Short Circuit


It’s the charming machine and his damsel-in-distress who keep the picture afloat, putting a twist on conventional movie romances...

21 october

21 oct

Poster for Halloween



There’s just not enough originality to justify its existence, save for satiating (or perhaps pandering to) fans of the franchise.

21 october

21 oct

Poster for The Sea Hawk

The Sea Hawk


There’s also plenty of humor, primarily from political contentions, and villainy to match.

20 october

20 oct

Poster for Brain Damage

Brain Damage


The moments of over-the-top gore are too often drawn out beyond their points of effectiveness, and the supplementary relationship fails to complicate a plot that was designed around just a couple of gross gags.

19 october

19 oct

Poster for Silent Night, Deadly Night

Silent Night, Deadly Night


It’s not high art, but it’s a surprisingly memorable slasher endeavor.

18 october

18 oct

Poster for The Monster Squad

The Monster Squad


Could have used some considerable polishing to make the most of its original, preteen-oriented adventures.

17 october

17 oct

Poster for Narrow Margin

Narrow Margin


Perhaps most disappointing of all is the finale, which manages to be outrageously anticlimactic, even with a few twists that audiences might not guess.

16 october

16 oct

Poster for Stung



The finale improves considerably when the yuck factor increases exponentially, borrowing a note or two from Dead Alive and from the many teen slashers that boast villains who refuse to die.

15 october

15 oct

Poster for Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly

Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly


Outrageously deranged, and with a conclusion that leaves a lot up to the imagination, this is one superbly original production.

14 october

14 oct

Poster for 2081



The premise is terribly bleak, but Bergeron’s plight manages to be momentarily hopeful, funny, and provocative as well.

13 october

13 oct

Poster for Riddick



The combination of action, intermittent comic relief makes for a frivolous yet fun diversion.

12 october

12 oct

Poster for The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury

The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury


The animation style suits the storyline, with the anime versions of familiar roles nicely adapted from their three-dimensional counterparts.

11 october

11 oct

Poster for First Man

First Man


Thanks to a powerful, stirring score by Justin Hurwitz, these long-awaited, climactic sequences hold considerable weight.

10 october

10 oct

Poster for 22 July

22 July


This emotional account is woefully timely and perpetually relevant.

7 october

7 oct

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