The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Taylor, fashionably gowned and bejewelled carries the film almost single-handedly. Fonda is excellent in his climatic appearance, an usually superb casting idea.
In what is little more than a homage to Taylor's face, the film spends a good deal of time looking at her reflection in the mirror and endorsing her Martini ad lifestyle up to the hilt.
This is not a male chauvinist's conception of a woman, but her hairdresser's, full of envy, awe and superficial compassion.
The whole movie, indeed, feels longer than it is. It's 15 minutes short of two hours, and still it takes forever to be over.
Mostly the picture is structured along soap opera lines. If there is anything to be said about middle-aged trauma it finds no voice in this film.
Ash Wednesday is a woman's film of a particularly bogus kind.
Another in the long string of mediocre films by Taylor.
A dreadful bit of mid-70s soap opera.
WRONG MOVIE POSTER! This is an Edward Burns movie. Pretty good too.
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