The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Very trashy, very silly, not unenjoyable on some basic level.
The first third of the story then presents [the protagonist] like a typical Hitchcock ingenue before branching out into a promisingly ambitious mystery. Too bad that story ultimately loses focus and its protagonist's point of view.
I did find myself wishing that all films this narratively misguided were so directorially sure-footed. Makes getting through them a lot less painful.
A diverting suspenser that should prove particularly popular in home viewing formats.
Ms. Dormer and the cast remain dedicated to the story, and that helps the audience do the same. Still, even if you don't entirely agree with where they've taken you, the ride alone is worth your time.
While "In Darkness" doesn't exactly bring anything new to its genre, the star makes the most of a platform she's long deserved - and that she apparently had to build herself.
I found a lot to love with IN DARKNESS.
There are a lot of great moments here, unfortunately, they just don't mesh into a cohesive whole.
In Darkness feels like the sort of sexy, psychological thriller that the likes of Sharon Stone or Faye Dunaway used to appear in.
It feels like three long seasons of quality television squashed into one savagely overstuffed cinematic piñata.
A talented cast and a handsome sense of time and place can't save this thriller from being caught in a cliche-ridden and uninspiring undertow.
This initially promising blind-woman-in-peril thriller soon loses its way.
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