The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[An] elegant documentary ...
Ingels's life comes across as exhausting, stressful and, at least until the last 30 minutes, lonely.
Mr. Schroder's film seems expressly designed to further burnish Mr. Ingels's reputation.
Occasionally gets bogged down in the sort of minutiae that would have been better left on the cutting room floor, but it also provides an insightful depiction of the personal and professional travails that inevitably accompany career success.
A film for casual lovers of modern architecture and aficionados, both.
While Schröder has proven on multiple occasions to be a powerful documentarian capturing uniquely engaging instances and peoples, Big Time doesn't even come close to being on par with that of his previous works, and is borderline forgettable as a result.
Big Time is a slight yet intimate portrait of a modern genius.
Ingels doesn't fit in a regular box. Yet, Big Time is a regular box of a movie: a highly competent and thoroughly engaging portrait of a young architect. What's missing is an American Ayn Rand sensibility to give Ingels's celebrity some cultural contrast.
Though beautifully shot, Big Time is at its most powerful when it focuses not on the skyscrapers but the man.
The work and mind of an architect come thrillingly to life in this smooth, intelligent doc about a certified modern genius.
Throughout this remarkable profile of radically imaginative Bjarke Ingels, the globetrotting Dane struggles to explain his addiction to building things that haven't been seen before.
Design nerds will geek out over this glimpse at one of the world's fastest-rising architects.
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