The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The set pieces are inventive and nasty, with an unflinching eye for violence. Such style and confidence is impressive. But after three movies, his increasingly morose characters' world-weariness is becoming wearying in itself.
Potentially one of the most engrossing 158-minute films you'll ever sit through.
Few filmmakers come to mind who could orchestrate these slow-burning set pieces with such precision; it's like watching a chess game in which everyone thinks they're a king but most of them are pawns
A lot less fun than it seems to think it is.
Zahler is less concerned with knotty complications and double- or triple-crossings than he is with simply getting a firm grip on the people involved.
Some would argue that the slow pace of Dragged Across Concrete was intentional (which it was) for the sake of style. But damn it was so slow. This film barely gets a recommendation only because it finally gets interesting at the end.
Anchored by three brilliant central performances, Dragged Across Concrete is an interesting, unpredictable movie that presents two plots that feel like we've seen them before and then zigs when we expect it to zag.
S. Craig Zahler's loyal cult following will find much to love with Dragged Across Concrete, although first time viewers will find it a difficult watch.
No director teeters between mesmerizing and maddening quite like S. Craig Zahler. He does it again with Dragged Across Concrete.
S. Craig Zahler is a singular voice in cinema, one who is willing to take pulp concepts and craft them into unflinchingly violent features.
An extremely slow burn film with a pulse rate so slow you will want to check if there's any life left in it.
Maybe that's nihilism rather than bigotry, but the secret about nihilism is that it's incredibly boring to watch on screen.
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