The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A humanistic, charmingly off-kilter samurai story of sorts.
Despite a whimsical approach to the material, Koreeda allows too many scenes to drag and too many themes to repeat.
A different kind of samurai film, as the hero, although a samurai out to avenge his fathers death, would really rather be teaching school and hanging out with the local widow. And since it's directed by the thoughtful Kirokazu Koreeda (AFTER LIFE, MABOROSHI), instead of swordfights, you get a colourful slum background, plenty of lively characters, comedy and a bit of philosophizing on revenge and wisdom. Different is good.
a beautiful film. koreeda blends period drama with a strong fusion of humor and adds great shot sequences to create a surprisingly understated samurai film. the entire film doesnt feature a single sword fight, but this is fitting considering the period of japanese history that the film takes place in, a peace period. instead of action we get a more realistic look at what samurai life might have looked like during this period. a solid film.
An Outsanding Movie, Not for your Average American Movie Buff. This is more of a Multi Story which combines into one. Must read subtitles for 2 hrs so that eliminates most of those living in America. Great Story line, if you like Samurai or early history of Japan you must see this. The settings were out of this world. Try this one and you might just might fall in love with foregin films.
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