The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film is very theatrical and admittedly 'staged,' but always purposefully.
Ozon's most controlled film to date has taken a claustrophobic character study... t and turned it into an often sardonic but always absorbing observation of human beings enslaved by their addiction to sex.
Good for Ozon, less so for Fassbinder.
...though it's not exactly good, there's something oddly compelling about the whole thing...
Hilarity, tragedy and a bizarre dance number ensue in this well-executed film debut.
It's a film that should satisfy followers of both Fassbinder and Ozon.
What first comes off as a simple satire brimming with an almost John-Waters-esque absurdity, can bear far deeper scrutiny and still not come up empty.
Franz -un adolescente de sexualidad aún no definida del todo- es seducido por un adulto en su departamento, Leopold, y después de la ...
Walk into Leopold's apartment, and you might check in, but you won't check out.
Becomes deeply involving, highly thought-provoking, and remarkably engaging.
Both characters and situation are little more than routine.
The kind of exaggerated, elitist Euro-farce that cinema snobs enjoy just because they know the unwashed masses wouldn't.
As a curious exaggeration of stereotypes, this film may be interesting at a first look, but the many attempts at a dark humor are not funny and only feel awkward and out of place - which can also be said about the surreal tone that makes it all seem sterile and pointless.
This is probably the picture Anne Wheeler wanted to make, but then again she could call this "Better than Chocolate: The Sequel" I dunno... "WDOBR" is a good littel independent picture that focuses on four interesting characters who happen to have a problem dealing with love and betrayle.
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