The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This is an old-fashioned film in every way, and that's its biggest strength.
Simple and charming, Belle & Sebastian is not without fault, but still has plenty of lovable traits that come together to form a warm and largely undemanding view.
Beautiful film about WWII has intense themes, drinking.
It's nearly impossible to screw up a tale of friendship like this, with "Belle and Sebastian" hitting all the highlights of harmony and valor. Cute dog close-ups help too.
Sweet, but increasingly preposterous.
Look, I know it's full of clichés but it's such a delicate film. It won me over completely. It's so authentic.
You don't really see many films like this anymore, there's no whiz bangery it's just a very simple story beautifully filmed.
A tale of innocence and companionship that is thankfully nowhere near as traumatic as Old Yeller.
Passable family entertainment...Director Nicolas Vanier is a little lazy at times - the film features one of the most unconvincing gunshot wounds in dog movie history - but it hits all the right buttons.
Since when does France adopt the lazy Hollywood model of refurnishing old, safe ideas, rather than challenging us with daring new ones?
When you see the keyart images of a young boy with a beautiful white dog at his side, you could be forgiven for thinking this is a lightweight family adventure. The elements of Nicolas Vanier's enchanting film however, are far richer
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