The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Cheerfully derivative yet doggedly entertaining, "Number 37" benefits from Dumisa's slick execution and impressive acting by her small cast.
Deeply emotive performances by Ally and Rockman plus a strong turn by Sandi Schultz as the dead cop's partner, further elevate this tough, vivid film.
Far more substantial than a run-of-the-mill Hitchcock homage, "Number 37" is richly satisfying on its own terms as a singularly crafty and strikingly well-crafted thriller that signals the arrival of a promising filmmaking talent.
This is derivative if well-executed product, except when it comes to the relationship at the film's center.
A mildly gripping and very gritty, but unremarkable and forgettable B-movie. Unlike Rear Window, it leaves no room for interpretation nor for the imagination.
Arresting and heart-stopping, Number 37 is a fiercely acted and directed tale of the intense mayhem that can be born out of anger, desperation, and sheer entitlement. The buildup alone is worth the ride.
In Number 37, director Nosipho Dumisa has paid tribute to a classic, while simultaneously building something completely her own. Hitchcock would be proud.
Nosipho Dumisa's Number 37 is certainly Hitchcockian and makes no attempt to conceal its influences, instead playing with imagery and plot points to tell a new story that would've made the Master of Suspense proud.
Number 37 offers high tension with characters you run from-and others you stand for.
There is a great new wave of genre film emerging from South Africa, and [director Nosipho Dumisa should be counted at the forefront.
A sharp and clever thriller that Hitchcock fans might very well enjoy...
Number 37 is an impressive début which suggests good things to come from this promising young director.
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