The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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... proves to be a new classic from first frame to last.
"Kill Me Please" is a bold, vivid exploration of adolescence and budding sexuality, set against a backdrop of looming fear and dread.
"Kill Me Please" oozes style even as it betrays its influences... with a wonderfully strange ending that feels inevitable even if it doesn't make immediate logical sense - which is to say, it's a lot like so many other key moments of growing up.
Like the teenage girls who monopolize its attention, "Kill Me Please" is moody, lovely, preening and libidinous.
Scariest as an examination of what fascinates us, this debut feature will annoy and alienate many, but it's the work of a dynamic new talent.
Anita Rocha da Silveira's debut is free of most of the moral nuances that might make it interesting to an adult viewer.
Kill Me Please works as a well shot story of adolescence, but doesn't delve far enough into its intriguing premise.
An interesting debut feature, for those who like their tales of teenage ennui laced with meditative violence, such as in Let the Right One In, or even The Virgin Suicides.
The scary thing about the film isn't gore or jump scares, but the way it depicts the alienation of obsession.
[T]his is a one-note movie.
While its varied themes and styles are ambitious, the film never fully coheres to pique audience interest.
Anita Rocha da Silveira's debut feature is as lucid as it is lurid, drawing us into the warm simplicity of on-screen high school experience by day, before dropping us smack-dab in the middle of dreamlike nights where sex and violence blend together.
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