The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Solid performances lift this drama to a higher level.
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The script shifts audience sympathies about quite adroitly, though it's a pity all the men had to be such humbugs.
A well-oiled machine manufactured to tap our welled-up ducts.
Even director Carl Franklin...can't prevent One True Thing from descending into chick-movie hell.
One True Thing demonstrates that the power of simple things, the transcendent nature of the ordinary, can make for riveting filmmaking.
Streep and Hurt, two of the best gestural actors working, let the showboating tics fly fast and thick.
Franklin seems ill-suited to this cast and this material.
Probably won't appeal to teens.
Carl Franklin's understated direction keeps the tears and life-affirming revelations from congealing into chicken shmaltz for the soul.
There isn't one schmaltzy moment in the entire film, and any tears the viewer sobs into their hankies are well-earned.
There's a lot of Oscar timber here...
Streep, Zellweger, and Hurt are outstanding.
the movie ultimately belongs to Streep, who illuminates the extraordinary soul inside an everyday woman.
Sad, but very good story about a daughter dealing with the death by cancer of the mother she never really got along with. Surprisingly, this isn't overly sentimental. I found it quite moving.
Excellent performances by Meryl Streep and Renee zellweger.
Good but slightly barfy film about daughters and dying mothers. I'm sure if you like that sort of thing, this is right up your alley.
meryl is very touching if only the rest of the movie matched her strong performance
Pretty good and emotional.
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