The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The ordinariness of this film-and the flatness of its video-shot images, relative to Blank's beautiful-looking '70s films-isn't a significant drawback, given how eloquent Leacock can be.
The great documentarian Les Blank died in 2013 - two years after his mentor, Richard Leacock - but both are warmly present in this set of interviews Blank did with his teacher in France 15 years ago.
Like Mr. Leacock's other films, it helps give the "feeling of being there" that he strove for.
Fitfully captivating, though plenty amusing.
Provides a leisurely, insightful history of documentaries that parallels the filmmaker's biography, done in the style he championed, by Les Blank, who he greatly influenced.
Engaging look at Ricky Leacock from his friend Les Blank marks a valedictory for both filmmakers.
A definitive reflection on the work of two great directors and the specific slices of cinema they so fruitfully cultivated.
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