The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Its unusual amalgam of low-key, keenly observed naturalism and WTF inexplicability is potent enough to keep viewers enraptured.
This mesmerizing film from directors Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia is filled with images that suggest connections to myth - like the head of a giant classical statue that's shown floating, impossible, down the Hudson River.
It is an enigmatic film, full of story and conflict, yet spacious enough for our thoughts to fill the unclaimed space.
A clever film written and directed by Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia, "H." keeps the viewer watchful, waiting for it to splatter into a familiar horror plot or spin off into an alien abduction.
H. relies on clever editing manipulations and pithy reaction shots rather than on flashy special effects.
both grounded and deliberate, always anticipatory, aware of how it's doing what it's doing even as the why remains a mystery
H. simply doesn't feel fully formed, keeping us at a narrative distance from its otherwise relatable characters.
The determined, often artsy ambiguity may drive some to distraction...yet there are moments of undeniably engrossing psychological drama.
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