The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A fast-paced emotional chiller that makes the audience consider the value of human life and the importance of championing it against a patriarchal society and indifferent health system.
Writer-director Liu Jie's vérité style captures China's new working-class milieu, imbuing the gripping plot turns with gritty authenticity.
Without underlining or over-explaining, Baby opens a window to China's family policies, their scope and contradictions. [Full review in Spanish]
It's not a bad movie, but it's difficult to find something in it that goes beyond neat staging and a sensitive female portrait. [Full review in Spanish]
Concentration on specific situations and the institutions involved give the film a tight focus in terms of its social protest, together with a propulsive narrative thrust.
Liu's film doesn't waste a second. Its brisk efficiency keeps things moving relentlessly forward, even as overly emotive confrontations are kept to a relative minimum.
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