The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There's a sense of being trapped that permeates "Bad Hair" - trapped in your own flesh, trapped in circumstances, trapped in the family you're born into.
A quietly perceptive work that teases out insights without undue strain.
Writer-director Mariana Rondón offers a striking new twist on mother-son relationships.
The film is anchored by two riveting performances from Castillo and Lange, whose characters are searching for themselves and feeling increasingly desperate as they fail.
No matter how dire things may get, Pelo malo argues that hope springs eternal.
The psychological drama grows organically out of everyday conflict, and an immersive treatment of the housing project where the characters live. This is an accomplished piece of social realist filmmaking, clear-eyed but tender.
Venezuelan filmmaker Mariana Rondòn deftly explores gender roles and how poverty can amplify the prejudices against defying them.
Thought-provoking, troubling drama has explicit sex.
In Mariana Rondon's heart-rending coming-of-age film, individuality stands little chance against the madding crowd of urban Venezuela.
Rondón has plenty of important and harsh things to say about social constructs, hypocrisy and maternal tough love.
Rondón turns a deceptively simple coming-of-age tale into a vibrant treatise upon a raft of disparate issues ... with authenticity, integrity and, perhaps most impressively, a transcendent sense of levity.
A heartbreaking child's-eye view of the moment when it begins to dawn that the world is going to be unimaginably cruel to a nonconformist.
An irregular film that suffers from the contradictory behavior of its two main characters but has a poignant ending, even if the mother played by Castillo seems like a telenovela villain in urgent need of psychiatric help - although I do know that the world is full of people like that.
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