The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though it sometimes loses its melodic flow, the doc (directed by Brad Allgood and Graham Townsley, with co-direction by Juliana Penaranda-Loftus) is a testament to spirited determination.
The story behind "Landfill Harmonic" is so good that even some imperfect filmmaking can't hold it back.
Documentary filmmakers Brad Allgood ... and Graham Townsley ... sometimes push the sentimentality too far ... but they have nonetheless created a powerful testament to the human spirit.
We can hope now that being in the orchestra has given the players the tools and the vision to move beyond the limitations of where they are from.
An astonishing documentary that will stir your soul, bring you tears of joy, and serve as a kiss across the abyss of separation.
[A] deeply inspiring doc about how trouble for a real-life river city was transformed into triumph.
While "inspiring" is a hackneyed term in film reviews, in this case it really applies.
Like recycled garbage used to create symphonic-quality musical instruments, Brad Allgood and Graham Townsley Landfill Harmonic is a secret treasure.
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