The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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The script, by Mr. Dekker, spirals into a muddle of ambiguity, leaving only the imagery and the performances to save the movie. And try as they might, they cannot.
While the movie's artfully made and daringly disturbing, Dekker ultimately overestimates how many sick twists one motion picture needs.
What's more disappointing than the competing storylines is the emotional void created by these joyless characters.
There is no subtext in Jack Goes Home. It's just text. Nothing is left to the imagination.
[It's] an original and intriguing film that offers a unique perspective on the idea of self, the movie presenting an odd mid-life crisis at twenty-something.
Jack Goes Home triples down on weird and stays in a dark, twisted place. It's a grueling, joyless viewing experience.
... loses coherence about halfway through and falls apart with a series of clumsy revelations.
The horror elements ... [are] insultingly cheap and appallingly lazy, a collection of parlor tricks deployed in a movie that overstays its welcome by 20 minutes.
This is the "snap" people talk about: that indefinable moment where the person you couldn't fathom doing anything heinous transforms into a killer without rhyme or reason.
Jack Goes Home is a breakdown you can't quite grasp, despite some genre merits that certainly embrace the dark.
The film veers almost at random from ghost story to family drama to erotic thriller to black comedy.
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