The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Aurore gives Agnes Jaoui one of the roles of her life...
Fundamentally unreal and contrived.
Never fails to be fun, yet Lenoir is also insightful - she really gets under the skin of her female characters, uncovering the fears and insecurities of aging.
I Got Life! is a joyous celebration of extraordinary ordinariness and the warmth of female solidarity.
Bouncy, swift and genial. Witty dialogue, warm performances [but] the film, like its heroine, is more concerned with being loved than asking questions.
Blending comedy, drama and romance, Aurore is easy to watch and easy to like.
...the characters are all so delightful that it works anyway.
Filmmaker Lenoir faces these [topics] head-on, spinning what could have been a fluffy rom-com into a vitally important film, as well as a deeply entertaining one.
From the opening scenes, an irresistible glow is established. Agnes Jaoui gives a towering central performance as Aurore.
While I Got Life! is not always entirely credible in its plotting -- there's one lucky coincidence too many and a perhaps over-hasty happy ending -- this is still a highly enjoyable little gem of a movie.
Blandine Lenoir's movie has a winning performance from Agnès Jaoui and a script willing to offset its broad strokes with moments of fresh realism.
At times, the film comes across like a less cerebral version of Mia Hansen-Løve's Things to Come ... but it never loses its easy, digestible tone.
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