The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"E-Team" has a ripped-from-the-headlines immediacy as it takes the viewer on an intense ride-along with Human Rights Watch investigators.
Exciting, absorbing and stubbornly optimistic in the face of overwhelming devastation, "E-Team" will, with any luck, shed deserved light on the routine sacrifices these activists and professionals make for the sake of human values.
This threatens to become yet another film about white Americans and Europeans telling the stories of Third World people. But the rest of the film does much to redeem that dubious trope ...
A documentary that purports to chronicle the sober and urgent work of those who ferret out human-rights abuses, but instead plays like a portrait of a rather glamorous marriage.
It's a comprehensive portrayal of these people's personal and professional lives. We see what makes them tick. Are they adrenaline junkies? Thrill-seekers? Not at all.
Four members of Human Rights Watch's Emergency Team risk life and limb in this dynamic and immersive documentary.
Instead of playing on my Western, middle-class guilt, E-Team shows their subjects living similarly comfortable lives, nary a hair-shirt in sight. It's this lack of moralizing that gives the film gravitas.
... ultimately, the most captivating aspects of E-Team ; as they allow us to delve into both the overwhelming good and the unthinkable evil that humanity is capable of.
Wartime docu can be grim but possibly inspiring to teens.
Combine[s] the tenets of cinema vérité observation with the trappings of a trans-European thriller to tremendous effect: we learn as much from the intimacy of the workers' collaborations as from the crimes they detail from testimony and other evidence.
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