The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An oddly cleansing, even affirming experience.
Some will find it a bit muted, but those attuned to the quiet desolation of an Antonioni or Hou Hsiao-Hsien will find much to admire. A welcome discovery.
This artsy romancer is well performed but suffers from muddled, meandering plotting.
"Hi-So" has ideas but no place pressing to go.
Interesting, rather than captivating viewing.
It's all rather familiar but well done.
An enjoyable Thai drama with a poignant message, Hi-So has a notable script and some admirable performances, but the slow pacing and lack of spark in the second act can make it a little arduous to watch.
For most of its seemingly interminable running time the bored-looking protagonist sits in his apartment possibly thinking about something or nothing.
Assarat's freeform film is sometimes tantalising if noodle-baking stuff. If you can divine its meaning, take the rest of the year off.
As a study of cultural ennui, it makes Lost In Translation look like an action movie.
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