The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (22)
| Top Critics (9)
| Fresh (17)
| Rotten (5)
Frustration, fear and anger are palpable throughout Big Boys Gone Bananas!* even though Fredrik Gertten approaches the heated rhetoric with a cool head.
Gertten's film deftly lifts the lid on the black ops of 21st-century "brand management". Dole comes out smelling of ordure.
Compelling and often shocking.
An eye-opening look at the way the U.S. media fell lockstep behind Dole's claims.
The film's protests of censorship ring hollow given its selective version of the truth.
A provocative look at what can happen when corporate power takes aim at independent film.
Big Boys Gone Bananas!*, whilst perceivable as a tad narcissistic on the Gertten front, undeniably touches on subject matters of unavoidable importance.
A compelling story about freedom of speech, and how in a worldwide economy and digital age companies are even more apt to take aggressive measures to squelch voices and stories that can negatively impact their bottom lines.
A salutary story.
A film that convinces you that individuals' actions can make a difference.
Interesting enough but there's nothing here a Wikipedia page won't tell you.
I feel as though I should put a disclaimer on my review or risk getting a letter from Dole's lawyer. A fascinating doc on the lengths to which a corporation will go to protect their reputation. Frightening.
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