The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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More evidence of Rhys's status as among the daftest, most engaging performers out there.
Rhys is a droll raconteur who sees the absurdity both in his own quest and that of John Evans before him.
At once touching, informative and ultimately beautiful.
Rhys contrasts the fate of spoken Welsh with such dying First American languages as Mandan, and, more soberingly, learns much about the connection between heroic exploration and colonial subjugation.
A slow-burn delight.
Yes, it's an amusing and sometimes flippant work, but Rhys' ultimate sincerity is never in question.
There are maps, cartoons, lantern slides. It's high entertainment, like Mark Twain gone multimedia.
It's impossible not to warm to Gruff's passion for uncharted corners of Welsh culture.
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