The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Really enjoyed this Thai horror movie that had different stories in it. The Thai's really know how to shock and are very creative. Acting was great too.
Despite a weak 2nd segment (with laughable CG effects), it does have some nice scares and (in segment 3) some humor to liven it up. However, this is a case where the sequel outdoes the original.
Thai 4 horror short stories...all parts had fine acting and fine production values. The first one about texting on the cellphone, while somewhat predicatable, was bone chilling--- a simple story very well told and the best of the bunch. The second one about a bullied student was more gore and horror than chills, and turned into a splatterfest. The third one about the four boys camping and rafting was more comedic than scary, and also had a predictable ending. The fourth and final episode was slow to develop and more psychological driven. While original in nature with a few sudden jolts, its ending was hokey. I'd rate the first installment a solid 4 stars, but the three stories after only 2 stars.
I saw this film at the Toronto After Dark film festival and I think this was the gem of the lot. I have a soft spot for short horror films, and this group of four is such a multiplicity of tones and aesthetics. Each film stands out and is great in its own way, although some are better than others. Tit-For-Tat seemed to rely a little too heavily on computer animation, but I loved its ending. Happiness suffered from a slightly tired premise, but its execution was really skilled and the film totally engaging. My two favorites were the two most tonally different: Last Fright and In The Middle. Last Fright was a really terrifying movie about passive-aggression and guilt, all backdropped by a well-executed midair ghost story. It's a very rich plot for such a short film, and deserves a lot of praise. My absolute favorite of the bunch though is In The Middle, which is a horror-comedy about paranoid pop culture junkies who take a white-water rafting camping trip. Its cross-referentiality makes it especially funny and charming to horror nerds like me (as well, I'm sure, as the audience I saw it with). All in all, a great four films that rivals Three Extremes in quality.
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