The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This is an overlooked gem from one of Hollywood's under-the-radar mavericks, and a tasty slice of small-town noir.
...one of the greatest works by one of Hollywood's most unfairly treated masters.
Moonrise is a film... I should hope spurs this drive toward action, helping the viewer to experience the tremendous indignity of something like the death penalty (or any other abuse under the pretense of justice) by touring them through a tortured life.
Moonrise is a truly great film, strange and sympathetic.
Parte noir, parte melodrama, o filme funciona como estudo de personagens e conto de moralidade, mas se enfraquece sempre que se entrega ao água-com-açúcar entre o conturbado protagonista e a mocinha.
A compromised film noir, due to themes of redemption and a happy ending, the newly restored Moonrise merits attention for it visual and sound elements, particularly stylized b/w cinematography of John Russell, who in 1960 shot Hitchcock's Psycho.
The film's beauty lies in Borzage's overpowering visual mise-en-scene.
Superb, moody Frank Bozage drama.
Would have been more aptly titled Mood Rise this noirish drama is all brooding dark places and melancholy thoughts. A first rate cast convey the proper emotions, Gail Russell's liquid haunted eyes are particularly used to good effect but Dane Clark's main character's tortured actions make him frequently hard to root for. The cinematography is wonderfully evocative perhaps one of the best shot noir films out there. The opening scene is great in setting the tone for the rest of the film.
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