The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One of the more unusual and effective explorations of modern war and its capacity for bewilderment and piercing damage.
A tense tale of faith and mystery.
It's not just spooky; it's genuinely haunting.
[A] strange and engrossing spin on the war movie genre ...
Its haunting atmosphere ... in conjunction with its half-harrowing, half-sleepy milieu, keeps the film fascinating until it finally fizzles.
Cogitore's movie is at once otherworldly and firmly tethered to stark reality.
[Captain Antarès] Bonassieu may be a familiar hero, the kind of strong silent warrior who is nevertheless passionately devoted to his men, but his increasingly desperate attempts to find his absent comrades is genuinely heartbreaking.
For patient audiences who do not think in strict genre terms, there is plenty here that'll creep you out.
There's a conscience to this film, and if it takes a spooky metaphor to express it, then Neither Heaven nor Earth has landed on a subtly memorable one.
A great psychodrama about a strange war in a strange land and a skirmish with no winners.
Moviegoers hoping for a more traditional cinematic take on war may be turned off by just how quiet and contemplative Neither Heaven Nor Earth is, but those prepared for a more philosophical take will walk away satisfied.
A French/Belgian metaphysical drama about the mysterious disappearance of soldiers on both sides in the Afghanistan war.
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