The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Urgent but disjointed.
Mr Jones is a bold and heartfelt movie with a real Lean-ian sweep.
A far stricter edit of this baggy 140-minute film would solve a number of its problems, but the good news is that "Mr. Jones" gets better and more soul-stirring as it goes along.
[A] riveting core story is bookended by anesthetizing bloat, in a densely cluttered treatment by first-time screenwriter Andrea Chalupa that simply doesn't know when to make a point and move on.
Holland makes it clear with this pessimistic, exciting and lucid clash of ideas and stories, of ghosts on one side and the other: there is no escape, both are the same and you do not see a future. [Full Review in Spanish]
With a magnificent performance by Norton and a deliciously ripe turn from Peter Sarsgaard as Walter Duranty, Holland has unearthed a too-little-known story and presents it beautifully.
An intrepid crusader against actually fake news, he's very much a hero for our divided moment - you just wish his own biopic stopped fussing and stepped out of his way.
A tad procedural and even more melodramatic but the urgent power of what we see helps one to ignore the mechanism.
Infusing a bleak moment of history with surprising verve.
[Mr. Jones] is a fairly conventional biopic, albeit one with strong pacing and odd tonal choices.
A fiery epic paying further tribute to this forgotten figure of history, and stoking the coals of remembrance as the forces of authoritarianism are, as they say, back in the news.
Coming at a time when debates over so-called fake news are dominating the headlines, this complex story about an inconvenient and horrific truth that no one wanted to hear could not be more timely or more welcome.
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