The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film doesn't mean anything, but it's beautifully photographed and the cast is blindingly gorgeous and frequently naked.
What sets it apart is all that's so effectively left unsaid.
An uncommonly sensual and disquieting take on a familiar youth-movie theme: how the cocoon of adolescent sexual awakening can be torn apart by violent desire.
If this is art, Cinemax is the Louvre.
Only the French seem to get away with passing off sensational sex romps as high art, but One to Another is pretty much just trashy -- its murder-mystery conceit a sideshow to the film's primary offering: nubile nudity.
Only the French could or would make a movie like this. You'll enjoy it if you turn off your brain and concentrate on the eye candy.
I found the film to be engrossing and fairly well done and would recommend it.
Trash of a very appealing kind, and highly satisfying as just that.
Deeply sincere, laughably misjudged, and insultingly shallow.
...devoid of anything even resembling competence.
It's a bold and watchable look at a group of friends in their late teens/early 20s -- four men and one woman -- who share a codependent, sometimes sexual, always provocative relationship.
The movie isn't poorly made, but writer/co-director Pascal Arnold has left out the interesting bits.
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