The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Peng's eye as a director is more pictorial than visually adventurous, but she can underscore the urgent heart of a scene - no matter how busy - with impressive speed.
Writer-director Peng Sanyuan juxtaposes Lei's and Zeng's parallel searches with a present-day kidnapping in progress, but the clumsy attempt at interconnected stories serves only to confuse.
Confronts serious problems but is too busy reaching for epic sweep and soaring moments to nail the fine detail of main characters' fraught give-and-take.
Much as he did in Ann Hui's quietly moving A Simple Life, Andy Lau completely lets go of his movie star trappings to give a raw, earthy performance as the guilt-wracked Lei.
There's no way to make material like this light or funny, but Lost and Love is particularly bleak.
A unique, uniquely visual, father-son road movie, featuring a marvelous turn by the great Andy Lau.
Given the widespread and devastating situation, the movie's quaint, comforting treatment is a letdown.
Delicate and affecting, the movie is also too muted and somber to attract much box-office attention [in America].
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