The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A nearly perfect movie about a nearly total screw-up.
An intense study of sibling rivalry set in the Seattle music world, Georgia excels at the expression of painfully unresolvable family conflicts.
Georgia is not a simply plotted movie about descent and recovery, but a complex, deeply knowledgeable story about how alcoholism and mental illness really are family diseases.
A painful though sadly humorous portrait of sisterhood deftly written by Leigh's mom, Barbara Turner, and directed with just-right spareness by Ula Grosbard.
Might be my favorite example of a movie that compels you toward binaristic assumptions but keeps outwitting them, with its immersed conviction in the palpable, sonic, psychological, atmospheric world that it inhabits and constructs.
In Grosbard's study of siblings rivalry, Jennifer Jason Leigh, as the more aggressive but less talented sister, again shows why she's the most brilliant actress of her generation.
Jennifer Jason Leigh's performance as the sister who lives for her turn in the spotlight electrifies this look at two very different siblings.
A raw, heartfelt, sometimes painful showcase for Jennifer Jason Leigh's undeniable talent.
Examines the life and struggles of a mediocre rock singer whose high aspirations cause her needless pain.
not always on the mark, but certainly challenging
Georgia has its weaknesses, but acting is not one of them.
Leigh's performance is riveting.
Great performance by Jennifer Jason Leigh makes this well worth your time.
a great film.
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