The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A teen comedy with heart.
"Class Rank" is a late bloomer that takes time to find its footing, but once it does, it proves to be as stealthily likable as its characters.
Gaspar Noé is going to make you dance all night. [Full review in Spanish]
If John Hughes had made a version of Election for millenials, the end result would be Class Rank.
This could have been just another generic coming-of-age, high school romcom, but it's surprisingly sweet, honest, and lovable; it feels as fresh and bracing as a brand-new John Hughes movie.
This much lower-key Election, which agreeably takes things nice and easy and never stresses anything too hard, is a real little winner.
[I]ts occasional pleasures are only minor.
The genuine heart behind the film from beginning to end earns the turn from the silly to sentimental, and elicits genuine feeling to go with all the fun.
Its reliance on formula is disappointing, effectively neutering what could've been a sharper, funnier, more abyssal understanding of obstinacy challenged by personal connections.
Ultimately the acting and character interactions are what makes this movie fun.
Though the ending feels rushed and doesn't fully convince, Stoltz's restraint and the trust he places in his young stars generally pays off.
['Class Rank'] is populated with well-written, realistic characters who are dealing with complex issues while treading the awkward stage between childhood and adulthood.
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