The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (16)
| Top Critics (1)
| Fresh (13)
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| DVD (3)
This long, wheezy tribute to the Noble Savage has some pretty scenery, but not much else -- it's not a movie, it's a National Geographic special.
Emotionally gripping, visually stunning.
Conveys the ancient wisdom of the primitives who relish dream time and have found a way to dignify the different stages of life with meaningful rituals
Just as he did with the British countryside in EXCALIBUR, Boorman gives the deep jungles of South America an almost dreamlike, magical quality
The execution is a little sedate, but the idea sticks with you.
John Boorman ought to be ashamed
An engrossing and insightful adventure flick - that actually has something to say.
even if Boorman can be faulted on a narrative level, his cinematic eye almost matches his mythic aspirations
There was this quiet and more cohesive film from John Boorman long before the mediocre pastiche and box office sensation of "Avatar". Adventure and drama set in the amazonia, following the lines of Ford's "The Searchers" but adding an ecological denounce that does not fall in preachment, but remains powerful. Cinematography is breathtaking.
This is what happens when the Amazon forest is destroyed
Another of John Boorman. His son Charlie Boorman is amazing as the lost son of an architect that is stolen by a hidden Amazon trible. Great movie and great story with amazing graphics and intrigue.
Powerful, beautifully shot eco-thriller from John Boorman examining the cultural impact of the commercial exploitation of the rainforests, as seen through the eyes of a boy adopted by an indigenous tribe. Great performances and intelligent eco-message that rarely feels preachy. Good stuff.
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