The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Zentelis' affection for her characters and the clear-eyed honesty of her storytelling glides us through any unsubtleties.
Aiming for simplicity, it ends up simplistic.
Observant, touching, funny and smart.
Serves as a small, heartfelt corrective to all the tween fantasies being sold this year.
Although Zentelis doesn't always nail the strange rhythms of real life, she does show that she's on the right track.
Newcomer Land is a find, performing with guileless naturalism and resilient dignity.
Thought-provoking film about social class; teens+.
Evergreen is composed of standard teleplay material that fails to surprise and engage at almost every turn.
The movie comes to a satisfactory conclusion teaching the lesson that things aren't always as good as they look.
The dialogue is on-the-nose and its lessons are pedestrian, but the film remains a "working poor-trait" of poignancy and grace due to Addie Land's unself-conscious turn.
Dreary and amateurish.
A solid, affectionately told drama, at times wavering the line of excellent, that only disappoints when it doesn't add up to the fully-realized catharsis it is aiming for.
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