The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Approaching the story for the traditional trappings - narrative, action, even logic - is to ensure disappointment. But look to it for beauty and lyricism, and you may find a deeper satisfaction.
The movie meanders (Perkins seems as distractingly lost as Frost), but it can stir real sympathy.
Sometimes all a documentary needs is one strong, charismatic personality to keep things watchable: Garnet's Gold boasts two in the form of the middle-aged eponymous protagonist and his feisty octogenarian mother.
A cinematically impressive documentary about a treasure-hunting oddball who is regrettably not fascinating enough to justify 90 minutes of film time.
There's a suspicion that Perkins' beautiful and expressionistic camera work...is masking the possibility that his subject is really just a bit of a windbag. Still, the tension between these two dynamics proves oddly compelling.
You're likely to come away considering your own place in the landscape of life and with a new-found appreciation of those who dare to dream.
Haunting and gently enthralling.
It's full of gorgeous, meditative shots of Highland scenery, but its meandering focus leaches a sense of urgency.
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