The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The movie doesn't delve too deeply into the mentality of Legorjus or indeed anyone else, but it's a tense, involving tale of France's forgotten imperial trauma.
It's superbly structured and consistently suspenseful, offering keen insight into a conflict most of us won't even be aware of. Welcome back, Mathieu.
An intelligent and slow-burning production, devised in such a way that the audience doesn't really take a side.
Sporadically exciting French action drama about a 1988 hostage crisis drags more often than it should.
An intelligent political drama, part thriller, part war movie, and informed by something of the anger against established authority that fuelled La Haine.
French actor-filmmaker Mathieu Kassovitz (Gothika) takes on a major event in his nation's colonial history with this true action-adventure set on the lush South Pacific island of New Caledonia.
It is clearly well-researched but not made with La Haine's flair.
harrowing and gripping account of a horrifying true story.
Rebellion contains impressive cinematography and strong dialogue, and Mathieu Kassovitz shines as its director and star.
Kassovitz deftly negotiates the complexity of what happened but his sympathies clearly lie with the islanders in a politically-charged tale with an approach similar to the work of Costa-Gavras.
It gets bogged down in detail at times, but there's no mistaking its sense of injustice.
It's an absorbing political drama, eloquent and angry.
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