The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A sentimentalized, shallow biopic that looks and sounds better than it is.
Despite running just over two hours, there is almost no sense of who Dalida was beyond the private lover and the public performer.
American audiences, at least, can be excused for muttering "I don't get it" after watching this strained, dull and charisma-starved portrait of the international singing sensation.
Dalida stands as a stinging commentary on the female identity and the public's insatiable demands for more from their idols. It's absolutely phenomenal.
The impeccable direction, dynamic editing and magnetic performance by the stunning Sveva Alviti compensate for a script that deserved a bit more polishing, even though it is efficient in the way it uses Dalida's songs to organically comment on episodes of the character's tragic life.
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