The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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This Special Jury Prize winner at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival has its doubts, rather too tentatively expressed, and its arguments might have been bolstered by considering the recent history of all the other architecture in the killing fields...
Bitton poses the important questions, but too often she lets powerful responses get lost amid footage that lingers forever on some mundane location shot while interviews are happening mostly off camera.
While all this might have made for a potent short subject, the abstract visual monotony begins to wear thin shortly into the 98-minute running time.
A deeply personal and unexpectedly poetic film.
Bitton is Frederick Wiseman-obsessive about the practical details that make this horrific arrangement work, but she's also an unabashed polemicist.
[A] stately, outraged partisan nonfiction film.
...a thoroughly awful, downright insulting piece of work.
[There are] numerous shots -- some of them several minutes long -- when there is no talk on the soundtrack....they may be an attempt at some kind of poetic meditation, but they merely come across as dull.
Wall is simply a poorly crafted means to begin the discussion.
The problem I have is that it stretches out the minutes like the wall stretches out for miles. It's an interesting subject that would be better served as a documentary short.
A sad and often lovely lament for something of value lost.
Allows audience members to make up their own minds about the efficacy and morality of the wall separating Israel from the West Bank.
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