The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Wolman gets his point across, but he does so in such a predictable, contrived and sappy manner that viewers aren't likely to care.
The developing friendship between the two women carries a faint but effective dramatic charge.
Offers an incisive glimpse into one woman's inner transformation -- her secret sense of loss in the midst of plenty and her sudden perception of a world of suffering lying just beyond her home.
The development of a "relationship" between Nomi and Negist is the soul of the movie and in some ways it is its greatest drawback.
In Dan Wolman's new film, FOREIGN SISTER, he has created a remarkable situation where one sees how life is not easy for those who don't have a roof over their head, or a husband and family that are there to take care of you.
A realistic picture of dual crises that surely are almost everywhere.
Good intentions can't compensate for crude technique or lack of insight, but Israeli director Dan Wolman's deserves credit for broaching a serious subject.
If this film was made in the States the director would be labeled as a bleeding-heart liberal.
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