The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"Love on the Run" is such a self-derivative triviality that a substantial percentage of the running time is devoted to excerpts from the previous Doinel films.
The director himself admits that it's an unsatisfying conclusion to the series, though a pretty good film in its own right.
As do some childhood friends, Antoine Doinel has grown away from us.
The results are more interesting than satisfying; it is a film more thought than felt.
This installment is as lightweight as the others and is still pleasing even though it has lost some of its freshness and spontaneity.
strictly for Truffaut fans, who have grown up with Antoine Doniel improvising his way through the Bohemian sections of Paris
Love on the Run is a cinematic valentine from Francois Truffaut to Antoine Doinel.
It brings to a satisfying end the story of an unforgettable character whose lifelong pursuit of romance and responsibility in a world seemingly bent on keeping him down may have finally found fruition.
I dislike when sitcoms do "clip shows" too.
Being the last film about Antoine Doinel´s life and knowing that Truffaut didn´t like it, some choices are understandable, but it is the less interesting of the series. The flashbacks are enjoyable, specially if you saw all the fims; they bring kind a feeling of nostalgia and the happenings between them add a bit.
Each film in the Doinel series was not quite as good as the one before it. I liked to reminisce about the great moments from the past films, but that's all this film is: Truffaut patting himself on the back for his previous work.
Not a huge fan of the flashbacks but did enjoy the nostalgic feel of watching Antoinel Doinel grow up, yet remain the same. Annie Hallian breaking of 4th Wall was hilarious!
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