The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Offers diminishing returns.
Maxine Peake does a fine job of playing a seriously unlikeable character in this frosty, low-budget British drama.
A whirl of conflicting emotions visible on her porcelain-pale skin, [Maxine Peake] makes her off-putting character credible and compelling.
An old-fashioned, quietly coiled thriller of things that could happen.
Maxine Peake is a caricature of a childless, sharp-suited London career woman in Keeping Rosy.
I was determined to loathe the immaculate Charlotte yet, thanks to Peake, I found myself willing her on.
Sleek and tightly constructed, this low-key British horror thriller worms its way under the skin to put us in what feels like an impossible situation.
An essentially televisual affair, but there are chilly thrills to be had as director Steve Reeves and co-writer Mike Oughton make good on the promise of the award-winning short Taking Life.
There is no attempt to make Charlotte remotely sympathetic... This makes it hard to root for her, or to warm to the film in spite of the grimly effective way in which it is constructed.
[A] modestly scaled British thriller about a high-flying executive confronted with the rash decisions she makes on a really, really bad day.
This chilly urban psychodrama starring Maxine Peake sadly does more wrong that it does right.
There's the hallmarks of a decent thriller in the set-up, and Peake is terrific, but the execution is purest hooey.
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