The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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A punchy, spectacular hagiographic hybrid.
An anthropological audiovisual study about the african history. A pleasure for your eyes. [Full review in Spanish]
Dissonance between fantasy and reality aside, this poetic essay moves us because we know that its evocation... is very present in that acute pain from which humanity will never recover completely. [Full review in Spanish]
The fusion of styles does not end up working and looks more like a mess than an organic whole. [Full Review in Spanish]
The precise combination of the elements that form the film gives place to a kaleidoscopic and vibrant experience of emotion. [Full Review in Spanish]
Measured but naturally emotional recollections dovetail with the more impressionistic animated segments to scrutinise the psyche of war.
You stay with the experience of having been submerged in a history of colonialism, war, destruction and committed journalism. All told as never before. [Full review in Spanish]
And, although the animated scenes do not always have the same force, the possibilities of the medium offer some very suggestive images... [Full review in Spanish]
The film works, but beyond the ethical debate it lacks a debate about the role of animation as distancing from the archive and the documentary memory of the past. [Full review in Spanish]
The resulting whole is an atypical hybrid, which is far from Waltz with Bashir (Ari Folman, 2008), but which achieves intermittent powerful flashes of animation. [Full review in Spanish]
Matches documentary authenticity with dramatic intensity.
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