The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Even if [Schwartzberg's] choices feel somewhat clichéd, there's no doubting the spirit of his subjects, who seem genuinely proud to share their thoughts and feelings for a few, too brief moments.
An inspirational and emotionally effective feel-good film.
Less evocative and honest in all its 88 minutes than, say, just one of the throwaway establishing shots of Angela Arenivar's dusty Texas-panhandle hometown in last year's Spellbound, a true American movie with a lot more heart and soul.
Even though, at times, Schwartzberg's documentary exalts the American way of life with the mythical reverence of a Leni Riefenstahl, the experience is undeniably stirring.
Harbors some indelibly arresting images and characters whose stories, even at their most superficial, manage to be authentically inspiring.
Though America's Heart & Soul doesn't break new ground, its apolitical tone and diverse cast may be a tonic for those tired of our country's divisive climate.
A big, beautiful love letter to America.
Forget reality television. This is reality and it's all about people who don't need a head shot to validate their existence.
... a whirlwind tour of the nation through the romantic, colorful, gravity-defying cinematography of director Louis Schwartzberg.
a mixture of laughter, awe, admiration, and poignancy.
For an episodic film, America's Heart and Soul is fast-paced and often downright exciting.
In this film even homeless people have something positive to say about the country.
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