The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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...a talky, hopelessly convoluted would-be thriller that isn't even a little bit involving.
Competent directing, great acting, and a surprise ending make this a very entertaining watch.
In a tight 87 minutes, all the pieces in the obtuse puzzle finally find their way together
Revela-se decepcionante, limitando-se a reciclar aspectos empregados de forma mais inteligente em obras similares.
The I Inside is a well-produced little thriller that relies almost entirely on its storytelling angle to survive and then lets us down at the finish.
It's a nice, low expectations thriller that works.
That is $7 and one and a half hours of my life I want back.
Boring, confusing (yes, the two can co-exist), most of this is Ryan Phililipe in a hospital, going back in time between two different events. Nothing makes sense, it seems he is losing his mind.
I just about lost mine too. With boredom.
Sarah Polley and Piper Perabo are good, but they are not in it enough.
The stupid ending made me groan out load. I have no idea if he was crazy or dead or what, and I don't really care, either.
Seldom have I been so disappointed in a movie.
What happened to Ryan's career? Another movie where the main character was really dead the whole time? maybe? maybe not? ugh...my head hurts.
My predicted rating: 3.5 stars
The time travel in this film was merely between two points in time and with an added plot of memory loss this became a story revealed between the two points in time. A bit of a mind bending film with a sudden ending which left me feeling disappointed after anticipating a big twist.
Unnecessarily complicated to hide a simple twist. I guess Mr. Phillippe owed someone a favor since this movie came after his great performance in Crash! He is a decent actor with poor management and representation!
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