The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A little gem for both guitar heads and lovers of old New York.
[An] unassuming and melodious film.
Carmine Street Guitars sounds like it'd be far more engaging than winds up being.
Light, breezy, and comforting, much like an afternoon browsing a guitar shop.
Shot over one week, this charming doc grows on you gradually like a good morning cup of coffee or an after-dinner drink.
Like the great musicians who come in and out of Kelly's shop, Mann knows how to hit the right notes and how long to hold them, creating a nice rhythm that allows the room for charming interludes
Our world is indeed digitalizing, brutalizing, evacuating its own soul, but in certain rare islands of utopian harmony they still make them like they used to, and it's wonderful to watch. And listen to.
Tender without sentimentality, the doc by Ron Mann is as absorbing as it is understated.
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