The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Very young children may be amused by these minimal characters, but the slow pace and thin content will have older children and adults fidgeting in their seats.
Cleanly hand-drawn, beautifully coloured and resolutely two-dimensional. And the tone is gently mischievous rather than exhaustingly wacky.
A lovely antidote to more souped-up modern animation.
The pastel colours and etched landscapes infuse it with more heart and tender loving care than most of Hollywood's animated output combined.
In a digital cinematic era, this traditional animated film outstands from commercial animated movies. [Full review in Spanish]
Freely adapting the work of Finnish writer and artist Tove Jansson, Moomins On The Riviera is a leisurely animated feature, a respectful tribute to her creations.
You won't see any high-speed chases or fire-breathing monsters - just a beautifully simple cartoon that truly captures the spirit of the originals. This is true Moomin heaven.
Animated with storybook intricacy and a gorgeously inky palette, this Finnish-French production provides an enjoyably idiosyncratic introduction to the Finnish comic strip first drawn by Tove Jansson in 1947.
But when an original creation becomes an estate-managed franchise, something is lost - the author was willing to take creative chances with her characters in a way those who merely safeguard them can't.
Popular Nordic characters star in amusing family adventure.
Gentle to a fault, this quiet adaptation of the Finnish comic strip will likely only delight the Moomin faithful.
The placid hand-drawn animation makes a refreshing change from the frenetic pace of some CGI kids' films, but the lacklustre British voice cast lets the film down.
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