The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What's distinctive about Galore, however, is not an invocation of the past but the evocation of the present, the here and now: the tactile immediacy and intense tunnel vision of adolescence.
Rhys Graham's meaninglessly titled directorial debut, the Canberra-set Galore, is almost pure pastiche.
It's beautifully shot and features top-shelf naturalistic acting, which helps make up for it not being all that insightful about what dwells within a teenager's soul.
Either the sound recording was not up to the mark or the diction of the actresses was woeful, because apart from the overused F-word, very little else that was said was decipherable.
An earnest and technically confident piece of filmmaking but noticeably lacking in stakes
I am not sure who the film was aiming to please. Older audiences might feel detached from this youth culture and younger people will find the film structurally loose, dull and drawn-out like I did.
While I'm not a fan of either [the] style nor the characters and themes on display here, I do recognise the quality of the work from all concerned
Galore may not tell a new story, but the setting and context is well described, drawing us into that arc of teenage angst, when sex and love are confused and risk-taking flies perilously like an out-of-control kite
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