The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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306 Hollywood uses one family's excavation of a loved one's personal effects to offer a thought-provoking thesis on the legacies we leave behind.
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The need to make an ordinary life extraordinary is so prevalent it smothers any genuine emotion from family members losing a loved one.
At the risk of being indelicate, Grandma's life - well-lived but ordinary - doesn't make for a very compelling documentary.
Opening up about those messy feelings in an unconventional way as 306 Hollywood does not only feels cathartic, but necessary.
"306 Hollywood" makes for morbid, at times insufferable viewing. But its solipsism is part of its message.
306 Hollywood makes a strong case that nothing is too ordinary to be transformed and elevated by art.
Annette blooms into a vivid presence - more so than her living descendants, whose khaki safari outfits and stage-y narration about the passage of time tilt things a bit too twee.
The tribute the Bogarín siblings have made for their grandmother may not be recognizable to every audience member, but grief by its very nature is personal....
I found 306 Hollywood to be an uncommonly warm and gracious documentary and one that in the end proves that there are no stories to small for the movies.
Elan and Jonathan Bogarín's film—part personal essay, part home movie, and part eulogy for an ordinary life—blends various tones and visual styles with confidence and infectious exuberance.
One of the best documentaries of the year.
to Sarah's family, it is an extraordinary one and their love for her is all there on the screen.
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