The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Family is funny in bits and pieces, but so obvious in terms of its eventual direction that it might have been better served by less plot and more clowning around.
A self-improvement-through-childcare comedy exposing the hitherto unknown potential of the Insane Clown Posse to enable young girls' emotional growth ...
It takes an indie film like Family to say, 'No, family's not going to change your life but it's got good parts and funny parts so you can do both.'
Writer/ director Laura Steinel gives a powerful and hilariously heartfelt first feature.
Taylor Schilling's breakout performance plus Laura Steinel's rip-roaring script equal a hilariously raunchy Uncle Buck for the modern age.
By any measure, Family is nothing short of a complete delight.
Family is lighthearted and fun, and while I don't think it is breaking any new ground necessarily, it retreads old territory with new vigor and a refreshing take.
The true highlight of the entire film is watching Schilling, in full face paint, on stage with the Insane Clown Posse at the Gathering of the Juggalos. It's one of the most unexpected and amusing plot points I've seen at the festival this year.
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