The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The story's too elementary, but a strong lead performance and clever staging make "2036" something committed genre fans might appreciate.
British visual effects expert turned director Hasraf Dulull makes the most of his limited resources, while Sackhoff's sterling, largely solo performance holds our attention to the end.
Aside from a slightly jarring clash between the almost-too-clinical space-bound model work and the interior shots of Sackhoff at work, there is little to dislike here, and a fair amount to enjoy.
It doesn't just make overt references to 2001, it seems to copy and paste signature motifs, themes and symbols. Kubrick's sci-fi epic is not a film that many directors would want their work held up against and 2036 doesn't hold up well at all.
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