The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Far from being stereotypes, these are real, complicated people.
Two women reach out to each other from opposite sides of the socioeconomic divide in Jeffrey M. Togman's marvelously revealing documentary about the psychology of poverty.
[Home] reveals the fragility of hope in survivalist mentalities pre-programmed to expect the worst.
Uneven but generally effective drama has his teenage protag at a crossroads between street life and the straight-and-narrow.
Warmhearted but never sentimental or condescending, Home finally proves most affecting as an unsparing glimpse into the psychology of poverty.
First-time filmmaker Jeffrey M. Togman's documentary examines a complex issue -- the apparent intractability of poverty -- through the revealingly narrow perspective of one woman's efforts to improve her family's lot through homeownership.
Jeffrey Togman earns high marks here for his directorial debut, a socially-significant documentary which discusses an array of taboos concerning color, class and the ever-elusive American Dream.
With minimal hysteria, the film illuminates both the emotional deprivation ghetto life can perpetuate and the legit forces of good out to ease that pain.
The layers unravel to reveal deeper, genuine, and believable heart--which for all the violence, anger, and darkness depicted is Hodges' boldest, bravest accomplishment of all.
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