The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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If the resolution isn't quite as satisfying as either the buildup or the performances by the likes of Dexter's C.S. Lee, it's still a well-made thriller.
It's all in the service of what turns out to be a find-what-the-filmmaker-has-hidden narrative riddle, a pretty well executed one when all is said and done, but a not terribly memorable one either.
A good mystery and earnest performances keep the movie lively, though the confined location and limited plot ultimately make the end product feel paltry.
While it sometimes comes off like a staged play, it's an impressive debut from a director in full control of the material.
Altered Minds moves almost too slowly through a family's dynamics but culminates with a heart-wrenching punch in the gut.
An intriguing concept isn't explored to its full potential in this low-key psychological thriller.
While lacking a grippingly sharp edge -- it heads into strange and violent territory but is never overly comfortable there -- it is always intriguing and defiantly left-field.
Dramatically, Altered Minds is as cold as the snowy outdoors with emotionally inaccessible characters difficult for us to empathize with, even Dad.
There are no featured reviews for Altered Minds (The Red Robin) at this time.
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