The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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No 2016 release will be further out of step with the times.
Fizzily sketches the history of the centuries-old brand, its unique place in the social and cultural stratosphere, and the elite world of its flagship emporium, located on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue since 1940.
We hear how great the store is, how important its status as an arbiter of taste among the wealthy and, occasionally, there's a little dig here and there.
Miele struggles to construct an argument proving Tiffany & Co.'s continued importance to anyone but the super-rich in part because he fails to provide a coherent narrative arc.
Pepped up with clips from Sex and the City and Breakfast at Tiffany's, Matthew Miele's film is as stylish and playful as Tiffany's signature packaging.
The only bubble burst throughout this ode to luxury living? They wonder if Holly Golightly was really "a hooker".
Director Matthew Miele brings a pinch of irony and conflict to this gorgeous waft through the perfumed and bejewelled halls of the world's most famous jewellery store in New York.
A masterclass in masturbatory filmmaking.
Light relief is provided by Jennifer Tilly and a pleasingly sarcastic stylist but neither can mask such flaws.
...a display of highly offensive conspicuous consumption by some snooty ladies who wear their privilege at the end of their stuck up noses. Frankly, until the last ten minutes I had a hard time staying awake.
If you don't care yet, neither I nor Crazy About Tiffany's will change that.
Slight and ultimately suffers from excessive style and shallow interviews while lacking balance and compelling insight.
Interesting for about 20 minutes, then it runs out of ideas and forces the viewer to endure non-celebs talking about their uninteresting interest with Tiffany's.
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