The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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LFO shows that an innovative science fiction film does not need an enormous budget, it just needs to be willing to ask "What if?"
LFO is a tale of ordinary madness, an origin story for a superhero (or villain), and an allegory of power and its abuses
The uniquely Swedish "LFO" is as droll as it is uncomfortable.
LFO is ambitious and bizarre enough to work on levels that some might not hear ringing clearly, yet its presence cannot be ignored.
Tublén's wryly banalised, tone-perfect scenario builds with disorienting humour to a bleak, thought-provoking close that suggests it is ultimately impossible to escape one's own darkest interiors.
Tublen's last-act feels like a purposefully cheap gag, but LFO is nevertheless a consistently humorous lo-fi sci-fi story.
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