The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Comes up short in substance.
The Chinese director's sophomore effort is a fascinating application of filmmaking innovation toward expressionistic ends.
A densely layered and slowly mesmerizing cinematic feat.
All style, no substance.
Nothing makes much sense, but everything is gorgeous.
Make no mistake about it, Long Day's Journey Into Night is a flat-out masterpiece and Cannes organizers might want to rethink their selection choices next time.
This dazzlingly opaque dream-drama is one-of-a-kind.
There is some satisfaction that comes in seeing motifs and symbols established within the first part of Long Day's Journey Into Night as they re-emerge in the galvanizing high-wire act performance of the second.
With a daunting level of detail and expert grasp of mood, Long Day's Journey ventures into expressionistic new territory, pondering questions of time, space, and truth.
This critic, however, cannot avoid the sensation that [director] Bi Gan, at certain moments, seeks effect more than coherence. [Full review in Spanish]
Somehow, Bi Gan's film is self-aware and fluid as its own viewing experience, yet inextricable from its loud-and-clear influences.
The hypnotic quality of Bi's filmmaking further disorients you until you wonder, when walking out of the theatre, if you had actually seen the film, or merely dreamt it.
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