The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| Fresh (18)
| Rotten (7)
| DVD (3)
The crucial problem is that there's so little sense of urgency about anything the filmmakers do.
It's all in such good taste that it's downright stupefying.
The period environment, brilliantly recreated in production design, costuming and color processing, complements the topflight performances and direction.
Lillian Hellman's tight autobiographical story about memory and friendship gets the full Zinnemann gloss-wash.
The movie looks soft, which has nothing to do with the Hellman flintiness, guts, self-mockery, wisdom, above all, impatience with cant.
This movie's problems start with its point of view, and it never quite recovers from them.
How curious that in a movie titled Julia, the least interesting character would be ... Julia.
Beautifully crafted, nominated for nine Academy Awards, a big hit at the box office -- and a dramatic dud.
The film has star appeal and gossip appeal, and the disc's soundtrack makes viewing it worthwhile, but sometimes you want to reach through the screen, reach through characters, reach through the words, reach through every layer of artistic endeavor, and s
Hansomely mounted but superficially written, Julia lacks dramatic focus, reflecting confusion as to what exactly Lillian Hellman's memory text is about, but the actresses, especially Vanessa Redgrave, are fascinating
An understatedly suspenseful drama with both Fonda and Redgrave giving impassioned performances.
Fascinating, well structured drama with Fonda and Redgrave at their best.
This decent film has a great cinematography and knows how to build tension in a scene that takes place in a train, but apart from that it didn't deserve most of the Oscar nominations and wins that it got and feels a bit unclear about its purpose, reaching an anticlimactic ending.
Had a hard time staying with the film, but it was pretty good.
I expected Jane Fonda and Jason Robards to be great. I had really come to like them as I worked through my Oscar list. Maybe the topic just went over my head, maybe it was too literary, I just remember I was bored and didn't get it.
How much is fact and how much fiction is questionable but with storytelling and acting this good it doesn't really matter. Everyone is exceptionally good but Vanessa Redgrave is great, along with Julie Christie one of the greatest actresses living today.
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