The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's inspiring to see a unique talent finally get his due, even if - or maybe because - it took until his late 70s to get there.
It's a portrait of the artist as a charmingly uncompromising septuagenarian.
An illuminating portrait of the artist as a hermetic, self-doubting, obsessive-compulsive perfectionist.
Mr. Foulkes overwhelms this documentary, which buys into his one-man band a little too much.
While his obsessiveness seems neurotic, and watching this film is not always comfortable, it also seems to be all part of the process.
...a compelling, thoughtful, and sometimes hilarious depiction of the myriad factors weighing down a paintbrush as it struggles to meet a canvas.
A touch slapdash, repetitive, indulgent, and yet compelling, mainly because its subject is so troublingly, excessively odd.
The finest documentary about an artist I have ever seen. Folkes is an original and every minute spent in his company will remind you why true geniuses have a hard time in an art world more commodified than McDonalds fast food.
Llyn Foulkes One Man Band is a quality look into the life and art of a tremendous artistic mind.
Llyn Foulkes: One Man Band might be too bitter to sit through, if it wasn't enlivened by a soundtrack of songs composed and performed by Foulkes himself.
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