The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Comprehensively tackles a sprawling subject and keeps things loose and lively.
It's a decent overview of the subject, but the film's presentation is unexceptional, and it never hints that there is reasoned opposition to the views it advocates.
A worthy reminder of how much has been done to help heal our planet's ecological woes as well as how much remains to be achieved.
About as sleepy as a documentary can be.
There's no consistent narrative thread to carry the film from start to finish, and A Fierce Green Fire fails to open any singular intellectual or psychological point of investigation.
Ardently passionate and naturally provocative.
Not another documentary exposé of a particular disaster or eco-crime but a history of the environmental movement itself, motivated by the idea that 'our industrial civilization has grown so powerful that it threatens the natural world...'
Manages to make the larger cause relatable by focusing on the individual stories of conservationist leaders and radical activists
I agree totally with its politics while abhorring its unimaginative political correctness.
If the point of A Fierce Green Fire is to dissipate conflict and join all viewers together under one big cause, then it finally succeeds.
There's certainly plenty of material there, but the movie mostly tells us about them rather than showing us.
Essential viewing for those with a social conscience... showcases a rare and cogent macro-portrait skill unmatched in the arena of this topic since An Inconvenient Truth.
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