The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Why would she return for more of this guy's thin gruel? the film asks. Why do we?
Composed largely of fixed, lengthy medium shots and long shots, Caitlin Plays Herself is chopped up into discrete, self-enclosed tableaux, kind of like an American Vivre sa vie without the passion, drama or gorgeous imagery.
It is possible that one of Swanberg's movies is not a complete waste of time, but Caitlin Plays Herself, written in collaboration with its starlet, Caitlin Stainkin, is not the one.
Although we can glimpse Caitlin's vulnerability and doubt from scene to scene, she might be the most well-armed and well-fortified protagonist Joe Swanberg's ever given us.
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