The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (9)
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Worthwhile ideas, but lax execution lets it down.
A valuable debut, shot with a fluent kind of poetry.
It is affectionate, humane, tender and, ultimately, optimistic.
It's by turns clunkily contrived then wondrously natural (if raw) - let's hope Gharavi, like her heroine, progresses towards greater fulfillment.
Gharavi finds an element of poetry in the wide-open spaces of the North East countryside through which Nasrine passes in her journey of self-discovery.
A tender and touching Iranian drama by Tina Gharavi that's fully engaging throughout thanks to an impressive script, strong score and a terrific central performance from rising star, Micsha Sadeghi.
It's a sad, highly schematic movie, with far too much incidental music, and it's often awkward.
As a coming-of-age tale it allows for hope as well as despair and has a particularly fine performance from Micsha Sadeghi as the indomitable Nasrine.
Right-on in its messaging - the story of a police-harassed Iranian girl fleeing her country after unjust arrest and assault - it is as dull as slogan paint in execution.
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