The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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At all events, it pays due homage to Edwards as a courageous pioneer.
An incredible story, and Holmes keeps a sharp eye on its cultural commentary to make it a part of a contemporary conversation.
A rousing, real-life, feminist adventure tale.
Holmes' documentary has more than enough human interest to grip viewers with no prior interest in sailing.
While Maiden is satisfying on its own, it's tailor-made for a remake that can dive deeper into a story that has so much life left in it.
At first I thought Alex Holmes' documentary might as well be on telly, but the wonderful last hour is brilliantly effective and unexpectedly moving.
Video footage gives us an idea of the harsh seas the sailors endured, while media clips record the staggering sexism they faced.
In common with its subject matter, this is a real crowd-pleaser with a strong finish.
An exhilarating and inspiring watch.
Instructive, insightful and inspiring, Maiden is a rousingly riveting record of a remarkable accomplishment that says as much about British bloody-mindedness as it does about feminist fortitude and underdog pluck.
A rip-roaring tale of adventure and endurance on the high seas, and sexism on dry land.
The footage and interviews are edited together in a skilful manner that immerses you in the high-stakes and emotion of it all.
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