The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The characterisation is perhaps necessarily formulaic, but that doesn't make these paper-thin figures any more likeable, and despite its undoubted beauty the film eventually becomes something of a chore.
This left-field, futuristic film is a tad too indulgent to be a true homage to the silent movie.
A hauntingly beautiful work: inventive, elegiac, gently surreal.
The Tim Burtonish retro design and the blatant references to silent masterworks don't amount to a style; and even if they did, wouldn't make up for the kitsch story.
This wonderfully original little film is filled with tacit menace and ominous symbolism; it's a work of curious and unsettling beauty.
A stylishly inventive play on silent-era movies that presses political buttons.
In a word: Unmissable
Reflexive, allegorical and poetic, La Antena (The Aerial) is a dizzyingly dense piece of cinema, thriving on paradox, and always matching its medium to its message.
otan apofasizei na soy eksigisei to oneiro toy poiiti, esy pithanotata tha 'heis arhisei na blepeis to diko soy
Both less inventive and less substantial than it seems to think it is, this would-be epic suffers from the comparisons it prompts as it references a series of silent classics.
A meaningless project of pure indulgence that makes numerous gratuitous references to silent classics just for the sake of doing so. It is certainly not an homage but an anachronistic and futile exercise of style that one expects to see made by a student as a school assignment.
Another great film to come out of Argentina recently.
La Antena draws it's influence from silent cinema, especially Fritz Lang, and especially Metropolis which it directly references.
It's visually stunning, every frame creates a perfect picture. Although clearly a homage to the silent era, Esteban Sapir does add in his own unique touches, such as the inventive placing of the title cards.
Like La Cienaga, La Antena is another promising film from Argentina and is definitely worth seeking out.
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