The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[A] brisk, sometimes glib documentary about Van Tassel and his followers.
It's all faintly ridiculous, but charming, like people talking about the afterlife right before last call.
The film skirts the edges of its story like a garrulous pothead, its interviews never quite getting to the point.
Berman's failure to fully explore his colorful cast would be forgivable if that main narrative were clearer. But Earthlings is rather scattered.
Most of the interviewees are, let's say, colourful and eccentric, but they all believed. See you in the stars!
Mystery, murder and meditation meet aliens, federal agents and time travel in Calling All Earthlings.
feels unfocused and scattershot
Laugh if you want - or, conversely, give credence to the ufologists and time travelers - but to most of the people profiled this is serious stuff.
Calling All Earthlings has so many intriguing stories to tell - and that's the problem. By bouncing back and forth between all of these stories, you don't get the complete picture of any of them.
Most appealing is the film's mixture of California post-War history, cults and a tinge of science fiction - an intriguing combination of elements that make it a winner.
Flakey, non-judgmental fun with UFOlogists and their late guru.
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