The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's not every day that you run into a street artist, petty thief, porn illustrator, lesbian fiction ghost writer, world traveler, graphic novelist, muralist, sex addict and born-again Christian, all rolled into one.
Fans of Choe's work - stylized, vibrant, ornate and vulgar - will appreciate the inside look at the self-described man-child, but his struggles to grow up are more tiresome than compelling.
If Exit Through the Gift Shop is a witty, subversive satire on the rock star-ification of underground graffiti artists, Dirty Hands is a sober, loving snapshot of one troubled soul within that milieu.
Although too long by far-it arcs about 20 minutes shorter than the actual end-it's always entertaining, even if it's passing-by-a-car-crash fascinating
A wild biographical ride that adds an unexpected psychological layer to the classic art versus commerce conundrum.
An alternately frightening and exhilarating, guerilla-style documentary showcasing the downs and ups of an amoral thrill-seeker lucky enough to bottom out and find redemption before it was too late to be given a last shot at rehabilitation.
A guerrilla-style artist gets a guerrilla-style portrait in this deliberately provocative but unsatisfactory documentary.
Dirty Hands's witnessing of Choe's "from g to gent" journey is delivered in no linear fashion, perfectly matching the artist's creative process and maniac persona in its editing style.
inspirational camcorder documentary. from dinosaur hunting in the congo to nosebleed painting, choe is a strange and immensely talented knucklehead from LA's k-town.
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