The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What he wants to explore is ultimately harder to define-call it the longing for transcendence that's always underpinned American life. His handling of time's passing is subtle and mysterious as well
A sketchy, enigmatic thriller that writer-director Michael Mongillo (reworking a Matt Giannini screenplay) can't quite fill out into a feature.
Diane falters toward the end, with the story's denouement not quite living up to the provocative set-up. But it nonetheless exerts a fascinating pull...
Diane gives viewers a haunting mystery that blends psychological thriller with the supernatural.
Diane is incredibly satisfying.
Stylistically dark and broody at times, Diane is a contrast from other films in the genre... Good performances from Smith and Avers heighten the film.
PTSD allegory of the ills that can haunt veterans... offer[s] an unusual take on both the murder mystery and the haunted house.
If some suspension of disbelief is required to accept the premise of Michael Mongillo's film, it's earned by Smith, whose troubled character is more sympathetic because he makes no effort to be liked.
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