Museum (Museo) (2018)
Critic Consensus: Museum (Museo) approaches familiar genre territory from a refreshing new perspective that's as exciting visually as it is narratively.
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With his characters unable to fence the goods, writer-director Alonso Ruiz Palacios has no place to turn but in the direction of head-scratching surrealism.
"Museo" is a fun, stylish, singular heist flick that's about so much more than the theft itself.
Museo is in part a caper film, a heist film, and while it leans on such classics as Topkapi and Rififi the robbery has its own signature and is done in a visual style that's hypnotic.
Museo, the director's sophomore feature, builds on its predecessor's promise very handily.
In spite of a meandering story and some fuzzy passages, there is a touch of magic in "Museo," a sense of wonder and curiosity that imparts palpable excitement.
If you're going to pick history's pocket to tell a shaggy-dog story of distant fathers, weak sons and friendship so steadfast it can withstand even the bad weather of one's worst ideas, you better do it with movements this deft and fingers this light.
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