The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The bitingly truthful Lovely & Amazing is a smart and perceptive female character study.
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Observed without corny resolutions and paced to allow for reflection, the film is understated but spot on.
Well to the bitter end of the bittersweet spectrum, it labours under a strangely oppressive cloudy sky of emotional discontent.
A film of this sort demands superb, seemingly effortless acting, and Holofcener gets it at every turn.
This is a fine, funny, humane film.
This is soap opera with a brain, as she reveals four people ... at their most unguarded and, therefore, honest and bitterly funny.
The ensemble Holofcener has assembled comprises some of the best actresses working today, and they inhabit their roles with the astringency and softness these characters demand.
Mature story about relationships and family.
Seldom do movies create focus through spontaneity, but Lovely & Amazing feeds on surprise
Exceeded all my expectations.
This serio-comic family portrait about self-absorption, self-esteem and family dynamics is excellently acted but more blatantly offbeat than dramatic.
Actresses beware. Catherine Keener is quietly cornering the market on self-assured, sharp-tongued feminism.
Has a lovely feel, interactions that are real & unafraid to broach life's insecurities -- ie: personal appearance from hair to body fat. However, doesn't add up to amazing.
The fat black adopted girl is really, really funny. I do think Nicole Holofcener has a gift in comedy, but I don't like this as much as Please Give.
Not really so lovely, and definitely not amazing. Just average...
I love Catherine Keener and I liked this movie, a touching human story. I am just a sucker for these types of movies. Just goes to show you how insecurities can affect us no matter who we are and what our lives end up being like.
Holofcener is my new favorite female director...not that I had one to begin with, which makes her all the more special in a male-dominated industry. I love her movies because nothing much really happens, but the silent moments, the day-to-day dialogue, the realistic portrayal of women are just wonderful.
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