The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While the film offers plenty of food for thought along the way, it's hard not to wish that it contained more nutritional value.
No one who has read more than a couple of articles about global warming will learn anything from this movie, but there is some amusement value.
Gratingly condescending toward its audience and sorely lacking in any substantive information about the problem or the solution.
Gold and Helfand paint a considerably livelier cinematic tableau than An Inconvenient Truth as they interview a diverse cross-section of artists, scientists and average Joes who are devoting themselves to the betterment of the environment.
addresses the problem of making an American public aware of climactic catastrophe as if it were 1999 and Clinton still the president.
Everything's Cool understands that a pretty face like Jake Gyllenhaal's in The Day After Tomorrow is sometimes necessary to sell an important story.
A tighter focus would serve the film's educational agenda much better, but it's a modestly entertaining and occasionally eye-opening documentary.
I really liked this film more than I did An Inconvenient Truth, as Everything's Cool made the subject matter into a palatable form that actually made it interesting instead of depressing.
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