The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The mix of deadpan humour and flowery voiceovers doesn't always work, but there are sympathetic performances from the two leads.
Burely's The Soul of Flies shows a great deal of promise for a first-time director, but as a feature in its own right, its enjoyable elements are jarringly disparate and fail to make for a successful whole.
Along the way the director pays homage to the three great 20th century Bs - Buñuel, Beckett and Bergman - incurring debts that by the end of the movie blow across the parched land like abandoned IOUs.
Low budget and experimental cinema that is infectiously fun.
The humour is forced and slightly amateurish but sweet moments give this gentle tale some modest appeal.
Shot on a shoestring with a crew of seven, there's quirky delights in this lo-fi road movie.
Jonathan Cenzual Burley serves promising magic-realist fruit from meagre means in his debut.
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