The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (32)
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| Fresh (21)
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Friel apart, the making of the film is impressive. In addition to Streep, her sisters are as vital as the script allows.
Soapy melodrama masquerading as high art.
so beautifully captures the details of its time and place and its characters' lives that it's difficult to resist being drawn in.
A meditative film that lyrically affirms the small acts of love, courage, and kindness that knit a family together in the face of hardship and change.
[Director] O'Connor exercises both admirable restraint and disciplined editing. The camera's eye brings us painterly beauty in the harsh Irish landscape.
A deftly structured memory piece as beautifully sad as it is charming.
On stage, the play may have worked, but this movie version doesn't.
A strong cast and a a sweet story about sisters in a small Irish town.
Where is the plot? Out of curiousity I would like to know if there was actually a plot. I saw some interesting and well-done characters, but I never saw them do much of anything, and nothing ever happened. I am thus led to the conclusion that these actors were paid to make characters and talk, but there was never a script written for them to know what to do in a scene. I'm sorry to those of you that liked the movie, but I couldn't find a purpose or a reason to make this film.
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