The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Pixar's latest entry into this field is far from one of their best, but it still boasts enough of their customary charm, inventiveness and visual majesty to satisfy.
Cute and playful enough, although the final moral-of-the-story homestretch doesn't make much sense.
The CGI animation is appealing and clever, of course - that's Pixar's thing - and it's tough to argue with the message about why bullies lash out, and how they might be cured of their anger.
A comic, but empathetic tale of schoolyard bullying thwarted by a boxful of plucky lost-and-found items.
It's a given that a Pixar movie is going to be entertaining and visually appealing, but directors Dave Mullins and Dina Murray also address playground bullying in a refreshing and amusing manner.
Lou is a sweet, funny, and kinesthetic Disney piece.
It isn't as funny as Revolting Rhymes, it doesn't have the final scene kick of Garden Party, it's not as heartfelt as Dear Basketball, and it's not as creative as Negative Space.
The short film is a bright, forgettable throwaway, even though its anti-bullying message is timely.
Dave Mullins' story of a ragtag collection of lost and found items coming to life to teach a lesson to a playground bully is creative, sweet and a tight narrative gem. Definitely one of the best of the bunch [of the festival animated shorts].
It's sappy, but the six-minute short earns its emotional denouement and does offer children a cute lesson about bullies within its delivery of slapstick and schmaltz.
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