The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Damiens floats this enterprise with just the right amount of harried Everyman appeal. De France hits a bit too abrasive a screwball note at first, but her performance gains charm in equal measure to its chemistry with her co-star.
In her third feature, director Carine Tardieu and her co-writers build a muted classical comedy of errors that Shakespeare would have recognised.
A charming tale of multiple quid pro quos that's as light-hearted as its subject matter is deadly serious.
Very French; narration sans emotion. [Full Review in Spanish]
Honest, delicate and without pretensions. [Full Review in Spanish]
The film is a comedy, human and wise, raised on the territory where the potentiality of the tragedy lies. [Full Review in Spanish]
In a story about fatherhood, nobody represents it better than the protagonist, François Demiens. [Full review in Spanish]
This admirably adult romantic comedy from French female director and co-writer Carine Tardieu raises a few smiles without ever being exactly hilarious.
At its best when it's getting to the heart of the various characters' emotional reactions, rather than trying to find laughs.
...fluently-directed and charmingly-realised French film.
The film, in the fine tradition of Sautet's movies, throws up serious questions along the way, the principal one being the role of the father.
De Lencquesaing lends her character an appealing earthiness. De France is good, too, as the tart-tongued medic with an overdeveloped sense of responsibility.
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