The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The images that Director Andrew Sinclair has added to his film adaptation do not complement Thomas' language; they detract from it.
Writer-director Andrew Sinclair has a wonderful feel for his material, and a happy hand in matching it to its setting.
Too many words, I'm convinced, for the screen. It's not simply the quantity of words, though. It's also their ornateness. They overflow the ears and get into the eyes.
Intended solely for the fans of Thomas and for those of intelligent character studies.
Unwise physical materialisation of a play for voices.
All things considered, this is a fairly good adaptation of an impossible play to adapt.
The film, faithful to the poem, offers an endearing, often humorous, examination of Welsh life.
A loving adaptation and...a fine introduction to Thomas's poetry
Marvelous adaptation of the Dylan Thomas radio play. Strongly recommended.
It is an ensemble piece for the most part, so don't expect an abundance of screen time from the three leads.
As much as I hate to say it (with a cast like this) this one's not really about the acting...It's more about the writing of Dylan Thomas and the quirky beauty of the Welsh seaside, brought to life here with his words and some wonderful imagery.
Not suitable for everyone's tastes I'll admit, but if you enjoy clever writing (and can understand sometimes thick Welsh accents) you are in for a treat.
Beautiful settings and a game cast are about the only things this has going for it. The kind of film that killed Liz and Dick's careers in the late 60's-early 70's.
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