The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (21)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (17)
| Rotten (4)
| DVD (2)
Duris' enthusiasm and humor lend balance to the bombastic yet likable Serban, and the lovely Hartner has no trouble at all casting a powerfully seductive spell.
Gatlif, who wrote and directed the film, and Eric Guichard, his cinematographer, have done well.
It has a spontaneity and freshness rare in movies.
A vigorous, noisy, sometimes electrifying film.
Gatlif's raw, open-ended approach results in some slow patches, but the ground-level look at gypsy culture never feels less than authentic.
A cross-cultural gem about gypsies filled with rituals, music and the practice of hospitality.
Lots of foul mouthed language and even more dancing. Uh huh.
Packed full of exuberant wordplay and beguiling imagery, Gadjo Dilo is a strange and beautiful collection of moments.
You leave the theater wishing you could spend more time with Sabina -- and hoping, for poor Stephane's sake, that she doesn't polish him off with her passion..
The picture is not for everyone, but moviegoers with a taste for folkloric culture will find it a rare treat.
Rich, warm, human and musical drama.
An unusual glimpse into a famously inscrutable culture.
This was the Gypsy...errr..Roma film was it not? I remember being taken with the uniqueness of the film.
Excellent musical carnival of souls.Gatlif pretty much adores the subject of ethnicity and identity,so the combination gets out of hand for the delirium's purpose and average occasions emphasize on the meaning of craziness.Prickling on foot?I don't think this will happen here,a fiesta for the living and wild endeavors.
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