The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Without breaking from (or evolving) his film style, Mexican director Michel Franco delivers a chilling portrait of a teen mother-to-be.
All the illuminating mise-en-scene and framing in the world can't compensate for a screenplay that has some focus issues.
Emma Suárez brilliantly plays a forceful character in [writer/director] Michel Franco's moral limbo. [Full review in Spanish]
The very long development of the premise arrives at a conclusion almost opposite of the initial set up. [Full Review in Spanish]
... lacks rotundity, both visual and narrative. [Full review in Spanish]
Perhaps it is time to transform these visions of the feminine. [Full Review in Spanish]
... [Director Michel] Franco's aloof filmmaking betrays a discombobulated mentality that has gotten worse with each of his successive movies. Somebody, please make this all stop.
This disquieting look down at motherly love gone to extremes is an object lesson in cinematic tonal control.
It's inevitable not to experience different emotions that lead us to a reflection on the human condition. [Full review in Spanish]
A film with subtle and memorable characters, that deserves to be enjoyed and celebrated. [Full review in Spanish]
A change of direction in the solid multi-award-winning filmography of the young filmmaker. [Full review in Spanish]
A complex film, full of moral thorns that questions the conventional idea of family, filmed with a serene camera that lets the agitation rather be produced by the internal exaltation of the characters, and by the montage. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that dives off the deep end in terms of believability.
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