The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Shot in Brooklyn in 12 days on a $38,000 budget, this flawlessly acted movie about two dead-end thieves owes an obvious debt to Mean Streets, yet it finds an urgent, hyperreal style all its own.
One of the freshest indies of the 1990s, Laws of Gravity offers an ultra-realistic depiction of terrifying nihilism
...A sustained level of tension that few street dramas can match.
The characters seem so real that this film could be mistaken for a documentary.
"Laws of Gravity" is about a bunch of violent, foul-mouthed people whose daily activities consist of shoplifting, drinking, smoking, and getting in fights with each other. In fact, so many small conversations escalate into full-on brawls that it actually becomes humorous to watch them carry on. Director Nick Gomez does an excellent job of depicting real life in Brooklyn, doing so with long takes and a handheld camera, and both the writing and the acting are top-notch. "Laws of Gravity" isn't about story, but rather about a way of life that most of us are unfamiliar with.
Another 90's Indie classic.
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