The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As long as the focus is on [Monroe] and [White], the film is involving and moving.
A promising, if flawed, start for this directing duo.
White and Monroe demonstrate natural chemistry, and they discretely suggest the private experiences of their characters, the youthful doubts that can't be extinguished by passion.
Featuring terrific performances by its young leads, the film marks an auspicious feature debut for its writers/directors.
Monroe's grounded presence keeps the film's feet on the ground, while White allows his character to spin into orbit when self-pity commands it.
"Shotgun" lives and dies on the chemistry of its leads and White and Monroe simply work as a couple.
The gimmicky structure and overreliance on cutesy quirks suppress the emotional impact.
Despite its many charms, Shotgun never fully feels like something to care about. It is enjoyable, but only passably.
Realistic, touching romance has sex, substances, swearing.
A fresh twist on an oft-told tale makes for a strong filmmaking debut.
After Everything shows us that there's always a future at the end of the journey.
After Everything presents an on-screen relationship that's supposed to be charmingly dysfunctional, but by all indications is wildly imbalanced at best and toxic at worst.
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