The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Amusing as Mr. Perry is, it is Mr. Martin and Mr. Peranson's exuberant, often lyrical imagery that distinguishes "La Última Película."
última película becomes a movie about finality, about the ways we stand in awe of end-times even as they strike fear in us ...
This vague spoof of Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie is an exasperating indulgence that will fly over the heads of most viewers.
It takes stock of the state of contemporary cinema, impoverished by film's looming obsolescence, and draws some dire conclusions indeed.
Complex, rich and often very funny, the feature is also a love letter to film, and, at the same time, a complete cop-out.
Taken less as a statement (or prank), though, and more as a series of purely cinematic moments, La Última Película is frequently funny and beautiful.
Película starts to feel repetitious and hermetically sealed, a prolonged joke that's unsustainable precisely because it's targeted at such an ultra-specific audience.
The film isn't so much about "the end of cinema" as it is about the people who abuse the medium and their subjects for their own political agenda.
Often riotously funny, the film also attains an evocative beauty.
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