The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The tone teeters between delicate and affected, and there's only so much flitting around and soulful stares a movie can sustain before an audience starts wanting something more earthbound.
"Abigail Harm" tracks the lonely lulls and strange eruptions in one desperately uninteresting life.
Plummer's highly emotive performance ... exudes more emotion in a wistful sideways glance than most actresses do over their entire careers.
The gorgeous cinematography and generosity to Plummer's emotive gifts almost make up for the mumbo-jumboness of it all. Almost.
Abigail Harm is more than just a film, it's an art piece and an experience.
Tries desperately to go against the Hollywood grain, but it's just another independent film that smothers the emotional potential of its material in relentless quirk.
Lee Isaac Chung's film exudes a wonderful sense of originality, a daring and organic playfulness rarely found in American indie cinema.
Sluggish and pretentious fantasy about a lonely woman and the otherworldly visitor who enters her life.
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