The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Against all reason, Byron's televangelist-led quest for clarity compels us to follow, the film's melting, naturalistic images softening the occasional scream of dialogue repeated beyond all necessity.
Vacillating between free-associative shtick and complete inertia, Lord Byron is lost in thought and allergic to reason.
This microbudgeted character study of a good-natured, religiously curious and plus-sized South Louisiana gentleman with 'a thing for women' is one of the more distinctive features to emerge from the so-called 'mumblecore' movement.
There is something interesting about the tension between fact and fiction, but there's also something frustrating too.
Lord Byron manages to turn nonsensical gibberish into a captivating soundtrack for the equally fragmented stories of the strangers living in the same home.
Lord Byron is best seen as an experiment in telling the simplest of stories with the simplest of means.
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