The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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At two hours, the film feels a little long, but this is a heartfelt and human drama with the texture of truth and characters to care about.
Familiar but moving.
Its heart may be in the right place, but the underdeveloped screenplay stumbles and limps to full time.
Mario tackles the stigma of being a gay man in professional soccer with remarkable realism and heart, with what could have been excessively melodramatic or exploitative.
...captures the pressures put on young athletes to conform and avoid anything that might hurt their chances to advance...
Slow-moving gay soccer romance that covers familiar ground within its novel sports setting.
The tender romance at the center of the film is driven in large part by Hubacher, who shows a great deal of emotional brevity from start to finish.
A smart, sexy and heartbreaking drama that reminds us that coming out is very different for everyone.
This absorbing film sneaks up on viewers and packs an emotional wallop.
A committed central performance and a controversial subject...mostly left unexplored in cinema, as it is in life, are the two main reasons to see this earnest, if slightly overlong melodrama.
Although it feels rather overlong, it's packed with powerful moments.
Mario touches on these fears perfectly, not just for the main characters, but the entire ensemble. Uncertainness is universal, along with the pursuit of happiness.
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