The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While Bakri and Valverde are nice looking performers, too much of their time on-screen consists of gazing at each other with silly, smitten smiles.
"Ali and Nino" aspires to epicness and comes pretty close to getting there.
Kapadia seems more enraptured by country-crossing movement and breathtaking locations than the details of two people in love.
It's all very tasteful, if not terribly exciting.
Ali & Nino looks extravagant and beautiful. The romance can be simple, sweet, and lovely at times, but it does fall a bit on the melodramatic side.
Ali & Nino never manages to thrill the spectator, nor to implicate him in the intimate drama. [Full review in Spanish]
An almost epic love story that waste its historical potential. [Full review in Spanish]
The sweep of history and the portrait of the culture Azerbaijan 100 years ago is more interesting than the human drama.
... feels like a throwback in terms of its sweeping visual style, but isn't dramatically compelling to match.
A love story between a Muslim and an Eastern Orthodox believer that is also a history lesson about oil-rich Azerbaijan.
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