The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A squishy tearjerker melodrama that questions how to handle life when beauty fades, for someone who vainly lived for her beauty.
On target Warner super soaper features standouts Bette Davis and Claude Rains.
Largely forgotten and for good reason, interesting now as a mile-marker on Davis' lonesome road to irrelevance.
Sherman conduz bem a narrativa, que abrange três décadas das vidas de seus personagens, e é auxiliado na tarefa por excelentes atuações de Davis, Abel e Rains.
This is a star vehicle in extremis.
Davis is absolutely outstanding in her Oscar-nominated performance - as well as Rains, who was also nominated -, and the most remarkable in this excellent film is Sherman's amazing direction as he fluidly conducts us through more than twenty years of his characters' lives.
A wonderful showcase for the talents of Bette Davis and yet another opportunity for her to play a most distasteful character.
bette davis is a wide eyed, breathy caricature of herself but claude rains is outstanding as the husband she doesn't love
i didn't even know this one was out there, but absolutely loved it when i first saw it. one of the great "undiscovered" films with one of the most underappreciated actors in film history, senor mister rains.
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