The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"All These Sleepless Nights" raises this central question: Who would want to spend one minute, much less 105 minutes, with this guy? I did - and regret it.
For all its visual and sonic pleasures - see it in a theater with a good subwoofer - "All These Sleepless Nights" feels simple-minded in its commitment to drift above all else.
It's a film of nearly pure sensation: woozy, intoxicating, visually gorgeous... and maddeningly repetitive.
Taken as a whole, "All These Sleepless Nights" presents a restless, some-might-say-dynamic portrait of characters who seem to be going absolutely nowhere.
Michal Marczak's unclassifiable wonder is the movie that Terrence Malick was trying to manufacture with Song to Song.
The nagging question is whether or not the film stands tall on aesthetic or moral grounds, divorced of its purpose as a conversation piece.
Like others of his ilk, [Krzysztof] hungers for purpose, luxuriates in decadence, makes some bad decisions, and ends the film a bit worse off than he starts it.
Throughout, what makes All These Sleepless Nights distinct, beyond the three protagonists philosophical, artistic musings and their charisma, is the camera's ability to convey the state of intoxication and the dreaminess of the nocturnal juvenilia.
In some ways, All These Sleepless Nights feels like 100 minutes of waiting for something to happen: it's probably just as well that we get only a year's worth of Krzysiek's life, and then just a compilation of the briefest highlights.
... "All These Sleepless Nights" aims for the drifting power of Richard Linklater's "Dazed and Confused" or Olivier Assayas' "Cold Water" without reaching it.
There are scripted elements, but if you're looking for what's real and what isn't, you've overlooked the movie's real insight.
The best thing I can say about it all is that it feels true to life; there's no easy way to explain the beginnings and endings of relationships, nor any easy way to navigate them.
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