The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[A] staid but affable biopic ...
Director Gillies MacKinnon, probably best known for his mid-90s work Small Faces and Regeneration, does a sturdy job in putting together a well-constructed drama.
Castles In The Sky may well be modest in scale (and likely to have a greater life on television rather than the big-screen) but it's an entertaining look at a delightfully eccentric and brilliant scientist.
Izzard deftly brings out layers to the character, ensuring that no airbrushed idealisation takes place. There's an underlying sadness in his soul that emerges.
Although Watson Watt's project is always in danger of being axed, the film lacks credible tension.
It's so corny and faux-respectable even your gran would probably find it too fusty.
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