The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film certainly displays an undeniable verisimilitude... and its striking visuals are bone-chilling enough to make you feel the need to wear a parka, even if watching it in a nicely heated theater.
The pure white and blue beauty of Greenland's stunning icy landscape is paired with an involving story of a traumatized teen reconnecting with his ancestral ways in Mike Magidson's enjoyable feature debut.
Although the story is simple, its themes are powerful and it speaks with a clear voice of its own.
The film can boast of an exotic locale and rare potential, but in Mike Magidson's hands the filmmaking is disappointingly shopworn.
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