The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Mokri's eye for dashing aesthetics also renders his film bloated and drifting off-tangent.
Shahram Mokri's highly original second feature combines formal experimentation with a sly sense of humor and a surprising feeling for American genre conventions.
Mokri does such a good job messing with your head that you might overlook the extraordinary ensemble players, who easily navigate the cascading narrative turns.
It's easy to praise Iranian director Shahram Mokri's Fish & Cat for its conceptual daring and technical achievement and much harder to sit through its agonisingly slow and repetitive 134 minutes.
The rare example of when it's fun to be f***ed with. Frankly, you can't buy reveals as good as Fish & Cat's got.
The film is a game: Shahram Mokri challenges his viewers to grip parallel narrative threads in what feels like suspiciously real time, rather than to assemble or contextualize any metaphorical ones.
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