The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's especially good at showing how bad blood behind the camera can spill on to the screen.
Abel Ferrara has never been exactly a mainstream film-maker, but with Dangerous Game he wanders too deep into the margins, even for die-hard Ferrara addicts.
One of [Ferrara's] most rewardingly challenging works.
...an uncommonly interminable experience.
This twisted little trainwreck is amazing for the fact that it was ever even made.
More dreadful than dangerous.
Dreary drivel from Madonna's "arty" phase
Had everything going for it, but then never really went anywhere.
Among the movie's triumphs is that Madonna actually wakes up and gives a solid, believable performance.
I understood the premise of this film (about a filmmaker trying to get more and more out of his actors while fighting his own personal demons) but the movie was too dark, both mentally and production-wise. Madonna actually puts together a halfway-decent performance, as does method-acting extraordinaire Keitel. Not the most interesting or watchable film I've ever seen.
A different type of film, it just didn't pull me in like I expected.
That's right! I like this film. Very much in fact. Hot on the heels on Ferrara's finest film, Bad Lieutenant, comes what is probably his most challenging one...and most bizarre. A lot of folks who thought Ferrara was on his way up after BL were put in their place by this uncompromising flick that leaves the viewer scratching their noggin. Still, whether you understand it or not (I don't remember it all too well, it's been years since I've seen it) it's entertaining and has all the elements I love in a Ferrara flick.
There is a good reason for the fact that nobody knows this film. Madonna should be banned from acting forever. I am truly ashamed to admit I actually own the DVD. It was cheap and I didn't know the movie, dammit! ;-)
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