The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This latest effort from Turkish writer-helmer Tolga Karacelik is intriguing enough, but slow-moving and insufficiently atmospheric to stir as much mystery or tension as it should.
Though undeniably well acted by the small but impressive cast, there's a sense that we've seen all this before.
The awe-inspiring Nadir Sarıbacak... has become the go-to guy for Turkish art-house films.
[An] offbeat and unforgettable political allegory.
this devilishly tense, increasingly hallucinatory thriller uses a vessel stalled at sea as a vivid allegory for a world on credit and in economic meltdown, with nobody truly responsible at the helm.
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