The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Interesting premise, but too long and conventional.
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Director Irwin Winkler takes a thudding and detached approach to Steve Levitt's humanistic screenplay, but tart turns by Val Kilmer and Kelly McGillis provide the material with the conflict it requires.
Most love scenes seem forced in 'At First Sight,' and the background music manipulates emotions without a trace of restraint.
Kilmer registers little emotion aside from a silly grin he perpetually wears throughout the film.
At first sight this film is terrible. At second sight, it's even worse.
At First Sight, at second sight, at third sight - it doesn't matter how many times you look. This movie never decides what it wants to be.
Though derived from a true story chronicled by Dr. Oliver Sacks in his 1996 book "An Anthropologist On Mars," "Sight" always seems closer to soap opera than case study.
Com o perdão do trocadilho, era melhor não ter visto este filme.
A romantic drama with insights into seeing with the heart and not trying to control the other person.
The two leads have never been more appealing.
It's OK. It should not be fiscally encouraged, however. It's the greatest sin of Hollywood - competent but forgettable filmmaking.
...a movie that allows us to view familiar landscapes with refreshment and open-mindedness...
It is an interesting observation that even if your eyes can see, you have to learn to see. The love story angle is a bit predictable.
I have no idea why Val Kilmer tried to pretend he was Batman....when it's obvious this is what he should be doing. Great work by him. A sad story. And a great Steven Weber stealing the show....that guy is gold
I really found myself to enjoy this little film. Very neat.
Virgil is a blind masseur who meets Amy.
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