The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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While Otto demonstrates a good deal of passion for his project, it isn't matched by a similar level of creativity.
A surprisingly unrelenting lecture on the dangers of texting while driving (a phrase said way more times than the name of Jesus), with a secondary emphasis on why it's good to be an organ donor.
Ty Manns' script ... plays like a first draft, one written from a manual and riddled with two-dimensional characters and on-the-nose dialogue.
It's easy to see where this story of interconnected lives is going, but issues of grief, forgiveness, guilt, race, and caring for one's neighbor are resolved with the courage of the characters' Christian convictions-and a touch of humor.
A very moving tale of redemption which not only reveals God's grace but makes a case for cross-cultural tolerance that's sorely-needed in these divided times.
What makes films like this prepare it for its doom is that it attempts to follow the plot of previous films with a similar premise without going overboard or having self-awareness.
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