The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Enter Sandra Schulberg, who has, with loving care and rare diligence, fully restored her father's film.
The images here are undeniably powerful and disturbing, and the footage of the Nazi kingpins is startling in that it shows these monsters to be men, nothing more.
Compels us as much because of its complicated and fascinating history as for what it has to show, which is a lot.
The film is not sophisticated; it is a bludgeon in words and images that cannot be presented otherwise.
Despite official efforts, this is a film that can't be dismissed.
The most striking thing about Nuremberg is how it manages to be frankly didactic (note the subtitle) without ever at all feeling didactic.
Nuremberg is a dry and narrow but fascinating account of the Nuremberg trials.
Horrifying but required viewing.
Nuremberg builds its case slowly with what's now a textbook recapitulation of Hitler's ascendancy. Nevertheless, the chronicle's beats (Reichstag fire, Sudetenland, Axis pact, etc.) still induce feelings of dread, grief, powerlessness, and loathing.
Less a passionate examination to be championed, and more a vital historical document to be admired.
... skillfully combines trial materials with other footage from the war ... to illustrate the extent of the crimes of which the defendants were accused.
A film that still packs an emotional wallop, and is a significant historical document as well.
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