The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This 1995 catalog of performances by various artists may represent the historical development of a rich and enthralling art form, but it's presented in such a clinical way it might as well be a list on a chalkboard.
A superb, impassioned concert film.
An irresistible treat for connoisseurs and the uninitiated alike, pic will be a bracing surprise for anyone who has forgotten how exciting music, dance and voice can be.
Saura's film is both an exciting document of a thriving Spanish art form and a boring documentary.
The dead spots in the film outnumber the highlights, and a sameness sets in too soon and for too long.
The swirling together of music, dance, color and light, along with the feeling that these serious revels are driven by ancient, impenetrable mysteries, cannot help but stir the blood.
One of the best filmmakers in the world when it comes to capturing dance on film, Saura has an intuitive sense of how to best use the inherent tension of flamenco percussion.
A new film by Spain's Carlos Saura is always an event. One shot by the legendary Vittorio Storaro is doubly so ... a blindingly beautiful blend of concert, Goya tableaux and Brechtian stagecraft.
It's as if Carlos Saura were calling the bluff of spectacle-oriented narrative cinema that necessitates excusing its excesses with characters and plotting.
It is rare to come across a director's vision that is strong and pure in equal measure.
The performances are simply astounding: Even a novice will feel the sheer virtuosity and passion.
One for serious flamenco fans only.
Maybe if I actually could dance the Flamenco, I would be able to appreciate it more. Dull to a non dancer.
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