Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's all rather familiar and sitcomy. But its silliness is its salvation.
Offers a liberating glimpse at a society that's full of hope.
Sexy, bold, exotic and fun in some ways, but still stuck with a lackluster style and pedestrian plot that brand it as everyday entertainment fare.
The actors attack their roles with a lot of energy, and the story moves along at a brisk pace. That's a big plus, because if it ever slowed down, we'd have too much time to think about how silly it is.
One shallow film, that quickly returns to where it started: Zero.
The writer-director team of Juan Luis Iborra and Yolanda Garcia Serrano stage the lunacy like a season's worth of Spanish TV sitcoms strung together into a single feature.
It's this same disinclination to judge that allows Km. 0 to move from raucous comedy to bittersweet romance...
Light as flan, Km.O is a hopeful kindred spirit to other insouciant Spanish comedies.
One could easily argue that there are enough tangled plotlines here for several interesting films.
"Km. 0" could be called "Sex Actually."
The movie treats all its characters kindly -- especially in moments where it would be easy to go for the cheap shot -- but there's either not enough froth or meat on its bones to sate the appetite.
The stories don't resonate, the film has a drab look and feel, and it lacks the passionate zing with which the least of Almodovar's works teems.
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