The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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It's all on the preposterous side, but it's done with such conviction and artistry that both its melodrama and its unabashed romanticism work.
Fine '40s love/weeper with Jennifer Jones as strong central.
Never managed to stir me with its depressing soap opera love story and its gooey ending.
Messy and melodramatic, Love letters offered good acting ensemble but awful direction and screenplay. The whole plot was predictable, the ending was really disappointing. I was expecting more from Ayn Rand but even a genius cannot transform a doomed story.
Jennifer Jones does seem to end up in these overly sentimental pieces. Unlike Love is a Many Splendored Thing, this one doesn't work as effectively. Yucky yucky in the end.
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