Lambscores: Teen: Titans – Fallout!

by Jay Cluitt · August 24, 2018 · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments

Lambscores have been pretty mediocre-to-poor the past few weeks, but those days are behind us as today we’re looking at the latest and potentially best Mission: Impossible movie! Christopher McQuarrie has broken the chain of each new instalment having a unique director, but it’s difficult to complain when the results are this gripping. Also covered this week is Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, an animated DC film that’s apparently based on a TV show that’s been running for five seasons of my blissful ignorance, but which looks like a lot of fun. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about both:


Mission: Impossible – Fallout
LAMB Average:
 4.18 (19 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (5)
Silver Screen Riot (5)
CineMarvellous! (4.5)
The Code is Zeek (4.5)
Keith Loves Movies (4.5)
Kirkham A Movie A Day (4.5)
Lambcast (4.5)
Mahan’s Media (4.5)
Movie Reviews 101 (4.5)
The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl (4.5)
Coogs Review (4)
Dan the Man’s Movie Reviews (4)
Joel Watches Movies (4)
The Last Thing I See (4)
Life Vs Film (4)
Screen Zealots (4)
Citizen Charlie (3.5)
Matthew Liedke on Film (3.5)
Talkie Gazette (2.5)


Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
LAMB Average:
 3.75 (6 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (4.5)
Screen Zealots (4)
Stu Loves Film (4)
Flickering Myth (3.5)
Matthew Liedke on Film (3.5)
Coogs Review (3)

LAMBscores will return next week with: The Darkest Minds, Christopher Robin, The Spy Who Dumped Me
If you want to get involved, here’s how LAMBScores work: Over in the LAMB Forums there’s a sub-board called LAMBScores. If you’ve written a review or recorded a podcast on a new release, find (or create) the thread there, and leave a link to your review, along with your site name and a score out of 5. Three weeks after the film has received a wide release the reviews will be collated and posted here, as long as there are at least five.

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