The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Not only a supremely assured and intriguing sophomore feature but carving out its own oblique niche of coolly clipped bourgeois assassination at the same time.
Intense. [Full Review in Spanish]
Los Perros has a fascinatingly repulsive central figure: a disturbing woman in her angular and trickster features, in her attitude, in his words and even in his laughter. [Full Review in Spanish]
Perhaps [there are] too many themes to delegate to the sexual tension between a bourgeois rebel (Zegers) and a former (unredeemed) coronel-turned-riding teacher (Castro). [Full review in Spanish]
The film aims at the critical reflection on a long period of darkness in Chilean history (Augusto Pinochet came to power in 1973 and only left in 1990)... [Full review in Spanish]
Los Perros is an uncomfortable and non-condescending movie which challenges the viewer. [Full Review in Spanish]
More trivial than provocative. [Full Review in Spanish]
Los Perros does not only remind us that all lives are inherently political. It also draws attention to how difficult it is for women to uphold their political stance within a system that regularly discredits them.
Los Perros is the portrait of hypocrisy as the standard of a country of uncertain course. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that propose a good starting point with which to get rid of the past, but Said doesn't go beyond the exposure of a situation that doesn't need development. [Full review in Spanish]
From a moment it seems as if the film doesn't advance, as if the script will not stop to revolve in a story that already has been told and that ends up being underlined. [Full review in Spanish]
Ensuring that chaos envelops quietly, cracks deepen slowly and fortitude gradually triumphs over fragility is just one of Zegers' many feats in a film that doesn't ask audiences to warm to its complicated central character, but to understand her.
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