The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| Top Critics (16)
| Fresh (22)
| Rotten (8)
| DVD (2)
Generosity and love of life are the film's hallmarks. Like the work of an expert tailor, it's done with unobtrusive skill, essential warmth and seamless grace.
Unlike any other film I have seen about the Holocaust.
There's something rather lovely about the mood and intentions of Michel Deville's French movie.
You become aware of how few movies about survivors of the Holocaust show them going about their lives, as opposed to acting out someone's idea of a Holocaust Survivor.
This is a film of half-notes and nuances, and as a chronicle of emotional survival it is infinitely inspiring.
a movie that stuffy film critics rate highly out of a sense of guilt and fear, but which never connect with real audiences, desperately waiting for something to happen
The combination of happy plot resolutions, spring-like classical music and beautiful scenery put a pleasant cap on a very humane, moving film.
There isn't much of a narrative arc in director Michel Deville's drama, just many touching little stories.
The plotting in this 2002 French drama really isn't any more deep than your typical soap opera.
An unassuming, dignified and deeply resonant experience.
A loving, moving portrait of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust attempting to pick up the shattered pieces of their lives in Paris.
An interesting movie that centralizes around a tailor, his wife, and their work companions after the end of World War II. Great cast- Simon Abkarian, Clotilde Courau, Julie Gayet, Lubna Azabal, Stanislas Merhar, and Malik Zidi. Worthy!
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