The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Devolves into an extremely familiar escape-the-monsters affair, with all the compounding dumbness usually involved when our fleeing heroes are forced to keep filming the action.
It's to Heard's credit that his presence in the movie is pretty much the only reason to watch.
Living Among Us pulls off a serviceable vampire flick on a shoestring budget and it occasionally works. Total direct to VOD territory, but worth the background noise.
Instead, why not compare it to Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok, yet another poorly planned improviso, lacking direction, depth, story, character development and the ability to engage the viewer.
Living Among Us loses whatever comic aims it might have had for a descent into paranoia, threats, and chase sequences...
Living Among Us ticks off every convention of the found footage format, and does so with low-level tedium.
The "Vampires Are Real" mockumentary is something that I've seen done before, and while Living Among Us is not a shining example of this idea, it is one that feels like it could have been good. "Could have" being the operative phrase here. "Could have" been good if the editing was infuriating, and there was more than three people capable of actually acting in this 11 character piece.
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