The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film is intense and features a performance by Chloë Grace Moretz that's more committed than this swill deserves.
Falls squarely in B movie territory but, by virtue of its two lead performers, winds up being far more enjoyable than it has any right to be.
A "bad" movie that's made suddenly good by the involvement of a game audience and Jordan allowing Huppert to go certifiably batshit on a doe-eyed Moretz.
There's something just slightly off about these characters, as if Jordan never quite figured them out, or why they need each other.
There is no clear moment where Greta turns from boring stalker movie into full-blooded wack-a-doo thriller, and that is ultimately the film's downfall.
It's everything and nothing, a familiar regurgitation of a formula with precious little to add.
There's plenty to enjoy in Greta and mounting suspense as the screws are tightened for the not entirely predictable finale.
Greta is a deliciously despicable story of dangerous obsessions (at its best) that's played to perfection by an outstandingly unhinged Isabelle Huppert.
A wildly entertaining, gripping and wickedly funny psychological thriller as well as an intriguing character study. Isabelle Huppert is terrific. It's this generation's Fatal Attraction.
It was, in fact, barely a thriller and while I did rattle my brain trying to make sense of what I was seeing, my nerves were fully intact at the end of the viewing.
[Huppert] just goes for broke and single-handedly elevates a painfully mediocre thriller into something kind of mesmerizing.
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