The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Long before a rushed finale concludes its unnecessary 134 minutes, you may find yourself engaged by its jokiness, admiring of its action and absolutely longing for the fun to end.
A dazzling but derivative piece oozing with adrenaline and anachronistic gags - including what's possibly a preemptive dig at film critics - Hidden Man more or less melts into a gust of hot air.
Jiang still has a remarkable touch, ribald, playful and reflexive.
In the end, Jiang Wen is exactly and only Jiang Wen, and so is everyone else in the film: every character plays like a dispersed, splintered psychological manifestation of Jiang Wen writ large.
Jiang has reined in his critique of China's capacity for corruption while taking a go-for-broke approach to escapist storytelling.
Jiang's complex interweaving narratives recall the best Hollywood crime thrillers.
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