The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Irwin Winkler brilliantly captures the madness that overtook Hollywood in the early 1950's
Mesmo se tornando ocasionalmente maniqueísta em seu nobre propósito de denunciar os absurdos do McCarthismo, o filme cumpre seu objetivo de maneira eficaz e traz, como protagonista, um herói involuntário e falho - mas ainda assim herói.
Surprisingly thoughtful account of the Red Scare. De Niro does some great work here.
Interesting drama of a dark, shameful period of America's history, the McCarthy blacklist, and the toll it took on decent people. Uniformally excellent performances. It would be nice to think the venality of the committee members was a dramatic exaggeration but sadly it was all to real.
De Niro gives his best if most underrated performance. The film however never quite reaches the true levels of paranoia you would expect. It does however show these events happening to very real characters. It's certainly an emotional journey as we see their lives fall apart. Unfortunately it is slightly over melodramatic in its presentation.
I got lost and distracted many times during this film, but the last half an hour, seemed to hold my attention.
I wasn't aware of the 'Blacklist era' or the story behind it, but I'm sure both Robert De Niro and Annette Benning's performances will have served the story well
Amateurish direction and shabby art direction are the drawbacks in this surprisingly mediocre drama. Robert De Niro is excellent, of course, but overall the film falters.
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