The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film is always interesting and often exciting, and Mr. Michael Curtiz has directed it in a tough and sullen style which is most effective.
Harry may be tough, but in Curtiz' hands he's basically a nice guy in noirland.
The insistence and courage of the film's final shot elevates it from a very good film to a nearly great one.
The Breaking Point adapts Hemingway's book and wrings out some genuine notes of solid tragedy, as well as a more nuanced performance from its lead actor.
Clearly the best movie adaptation of a Hemingway novel.
Superior performances in this rough well made film. In his second to last film, a much truer version of Hemingway's To Have and Have Not than the Bogie/Bacall film, Garfield is nothing short of brilliant making his early death and the loss of his talent all the clearer. Patricia Neal has one of her best if not the best role of her early Hollywood career and she's great as the been around wise girl who has a yen for Garfield. She and Phyllis Thaxter, also very fine, provide an interesting contrast as women who are miles apart but also similar in many ways. The fact that the two actresses share a resemblance helps make the point even clearer. Worth seeking out.
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