The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Marvelous grown-up animation with a grubby surrealist sensibility. The best screen treatment of this material to date.
This unique film can be appreciated for how beautiful it all is.
His Faust is a bit too detached to be truly disturbing or emotionally affecting.
Avant-garde animator Jan Svankmajer uses Claymation, puppet theater, stop-motion animation, special effects and live action to give the film a surrealistic look on the popular tale of a man who encounters a devil named Mephistopheles, with whom he makes a deal. Jan Svankmajer has again created a surreal work of art in Faust.
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