The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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All Critics (10)
| Top Critics (2)
| Fresh (8)
| Rotten (2)
More entertaining in concept than execution.
This film moves a little slowly, but the ending is totally worth the wait. Make sure you watch through the credits too!
As the rules and careful structures that govern the action go up in a blaze of real violence, human nature in all its elemental ferocity is revealed. This unmasking is both terrifying and oddly thrilling.
Rough around the edges, but The Wild Hunt is thoroughly entertaining, engaging and even a bit tense.
Nice performances, interesting ideas and intriguing visuals aside, the final product is as cold as the environment its set in, and as such my medieval instincts are to urge people to ultimately leave this particular picture alone.
A psychological thriller highlighting how hell hath no fury like a frustrated knight in shining armor, even if he only has a plastic sword at his disposal!
First-time feature filmmaker Alexandre Franchi shoots the outdoors amazingly claustrophobically - an almost-oxymoric effect that contributes to the unsettling atmosphere of The Wild Hunt.
This movie is FILTH. Every aspect of LARP is dragged through the gutter in this terrible depiction of LARPers. The movie implies that we are insane, never break character, lead depresing lives and then it decends into rape and real murder. Could you imagine a hockey team or a football team suddenly breaking out sledgehammers and broken hockey sticks and killing each other? Well it doesn't happen in LARP either. A realistic depiction of LARP can be found in the movie Role Models; some arrogance, some arguing but in the end, everyone is there to have fun.
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