Movie reviews of Ruth Maramis

These are all the movies and series that Ruth has reviewed. Read more at: FlixChatter.

Number of movie reviews: 285 / 285

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It’s massively entertaining with dazzling action sequences + fight choreography, shot beautifully by Bill Pope. Review

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6 september

6 sep

The Lost Leonardo is proof just how riveting a good documentary can be. The production values is top notch as well, with beautiful cinematography by Adam Jandrup and evocative Italian-tinged music by Sveinung Nygaard. Review

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29 august

29 aug

I really want this one to be good so it’s disappointing that this turns out to be a largely forgettable affair. I’m not sure it even warrants a recommendation unless you’re a huge fan of the cast. Review

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26 august

26 aug

Despite its shortcomings and there are plenty, I still think it’s worth a look for all the MaggieQ’s action scenes alone. Review

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21 august

21 aug

Val

It felt like Val had directed this film himself, that it was his own voice telling his own story. Did I get to know him more after seeing this? Well yes and no. Review

7.0

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17 august

17 aug

If you’re looking for the quintessential Summer crowd-pleaser to watch in the cinema, I highly recommend this one. Review

8.0

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14 august

14 aug

The pacing and the way she structures the story works really well in that it immediately immerses you in the character’s journey. Review

9.0

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12 august

12 aug

For me personally, despite some of my biggest quibbles, I had a good time with it. Review

7.0

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9 august

9 aug

The distinctive visuals alone is well worth a watch, though hopefully you find a cinema where the showing isn’t overly dark. Review

7.0

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6 august

6 aug

I highly recommend this movie for those looking for a quietly mesmerizing, soulful movie to take a break from the usual Hollywood offerings. Review

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3 august

3 aug

There’s such beauty in contemplation, quietness and serenity, a sweet celebration of life’s small joys and even its oddity. Apparently Jarmusch intended Paterson to be an antidote to the modern action film and it’s truly a welcome respite. Review

9.0

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3 august

3 aug

The visuals are wonderful though, so I highly recommend this for fans of Driver or those who can appreciate Gilliams’ imaginative and peculiar vision. Review

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3 august

3 aug

I actually enjoyed it, though I feel like this could’ve been re-titled as Lost in Berlin as Neeson was pretty much lost the entire time, ahah. The plot twist is actually pretty creative, I did not see THAT coming. Review

7.0

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2 august

2 aug

Still worth a watch for the ensemble cast led by Jason Statham, though this is prior to him becoming a huge action star in the US. Review

6.0

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2 august

2 aug

I think people who enjoy gambling-type movies would enjoy this more but it’s a bit too slow and I also find it a bit odd overall. I was quite taken aback seeing Alex Kingston baring it all in a scene that I thought was out of left field. Review

6.0

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2 august

2 aug

At over 2 hours, it’s a bloated adventure movie that could’ve easily been trimmed down. Overall though it’s entertaining enough for the whole family, though perhaps not for really young kids. Review

6.0

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31 july

31 jul

The Last Letter From Your Lover is such a romantic title that immediately conjures up thoughts of a swoon-worthy affair. Unfortunately the actual movie is less swoon-inducing but more melodramatic and formulaic. Review

5.0

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28 july

28 jul

Love Sarah is a love letter to anyone who’s ever had a big dream or lost someone dear… it’s also a heartfelt story about second chances that should be relatable to anyone. Review

7.0

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22 july

22 jul

As far as spy series go, The Little Drummer Girl ranks as one of the best I’ve ever seen and Pugh is definitely one of my absolute favorite actors working today. Review

9.0

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12 july

12 jul

Overall there are lots to love here, the screenplay by Eric Pearson manages to balance the action, humor and emotional moments pretty well. Review

9.0

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8 july

8 jul

Director Chris McKay and writer Zach Dean didn’t exactly create an iconic alien disaster blockbuster, but it’s fun enough for a one-time watch. Review

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6 july

6 jul

It features Diane Kruger’s best performance in the lead role as a German woman whose life collapses after the death of her husband and son in a bomb attack. Review

7.0

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1 july

1 jul

She truly is a one of a kind artist, an EGOT winner no less, and at 89 years of age, she is still as sprightly and vivacious as ever! Review

8.0

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1 july

1 jul

It’s not an enjoyable movie per se, but an effective and also frustrating one, featuring a terrific performance by Julia Garner. Review

7.0

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1 july

1 jul

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