The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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At 40 minutes, the shortest film in the cycle; though it is methodically paced, the colorful, confectionary visuals of its Busby Berkeley-style, football stadium-based musical revue move it along quickly enough.
Barney's outlandish mise-en-scène, forever emphasizing the organic, the amorphous, the massive, the adhesive, and the fluorescent in quite literal ways, also retains those very qualities in my memory.
two Goodyear blimps hover overhead, attached to the lead dancer by long cords, like testicles or perhaps ovaries.
Makes no sense but looks very intriguing with its repetitive shapes and colours.
As with all of [Barney's] films, translating Cremaster 1into words is a disservice to the elevating intensity and intrigue communicated through sound and imagery.
A fascinating forty-odd minute long look in, above, under, and around a complex visual metaphor.
Yeah....I felt as though I was watching an exhibit at a contemporary art gallery..except that instead of nodding my appreciation after a few minutes, I was compelled to watch it for 40. I can understand the symbolism but why such a long journey?
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