The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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NFA has the air of a compellingly ordinary nightmare, and its modulated conclusion brings us closer than expected to the pain and confusion of a life lived on the streets.
Some of No Fixed Abode's sequences do create sparks of drama but they largely lack urgency or conflict and begin to feel like someone ticking incidents off a list.
The scenario would probably have worked more successfully as a two or three-part BBC miniseries, where the ideas could be explored more thoroughly.
The painful facts of how vulnerable people crash socially survives shonky craft.
Compassionately directed by Steve Rainbow, No Fixed Abode is an intriguing and thought-provoking film, but it's unfortunately held back by substandard performances and weak dialogue.
Well-intentioned but clunky.
Surprisingly unpredictable, N.F.A. has its share of mopey interludes, but ends up unexpectedly close to home.
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