The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Despite the heroic exertions of the rafters and filmmakers, this apolitical film is oddly lacking in drama.
A heart-rending account of people trying to dodge the hurdles that politics puts in front of them.
A seven-year time lapse that's full of drama, poignancy and some heartbreaking moments.
Illustrates the pain and anguish of the 1994 Cuban rafter exodus.
Despite its unique Cuban elements, Balseros gets much of its power from the way it turns out to be a classic story of immigrants coming to a golden land and finding the streets paved with baser materials.
Here are a handful of fairly ordinary people who happen to be from a crippled island with a deteriorating economy, who earn our sympathy just by being themselves.
Focuses its attention on telling a series of individual, human stories, refreshingly leaving the history lessons for the classroom.
A movie that shows normal life can be as tough, and as gripping, as rowing across a dangerous ocean.
Relates such amazing journeys that it's hard not to get emotionally involved.
Hangs on to a sense of hope and promise, even in the face of disaster, that can only come from the people themselves.
The documentary is remarkable in how it personalized this human tragedy.
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