The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A sweet, sad film with a happy ending.
A Northern Soul is a great work of radical empathy, in which the economic difficulties of the city and the contradictions of regeneration through culture are visible alongside a testament to the charm and strength of personality of the city's residents.
Trenchant and unsentimental but suffused with genuine feeling, this modest yet tellingly insightful encounter with everyday struggle is one of the truly essential recent British films.
A Northern Soul demonstrates that a chance is sometimes all you need to get out of poverty.
Shakes up ideas about what it looks like to be creative.
A Northern Soul is an illuminating look at a new Hull, its citizens empowered by the long-needed support for their artistic ambitions, transcending its limits to become the hub of a soulful North.
McAllister often sacrifices proficient camerawork for an ability to get intimate moments, and there is an absence of the epic scope and the elements of surprise that made A Syrian Love Story such a transformative experience.
McAllister's style is deceptively casual as he merely seems to follow Arnott around, allowing the viewer to become intimately immersed in his life.
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