The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Kurys, at the time a disillusioned actress-writer who reportedly had never held any kind of camera before, showed a remarkable assurance visually and rhythmically when mixing the serious with the playful.
Peppermint Soda feels timeless and relatable while also specific to its era - Kurys herself was between Anne's and Frédérique's ages in the years the film takes place.
Although a respectable and occasionally beguilling first feature, "Peppermint Soda" lacks a certain fizz and staying power.
Peppermint Soda is a charming and poignant glimpse at two ordinary teenage girls dealing with all of the inherent messiness that comes with growing up a member of the so-called second sex.
The focus here isn't necessarily in what happens to Anne and Frédérique, so much as how they survive it, with fierce loyalty to each other, in a world that they're quickly learning won't always treat them kindly.
This is a charming film that makes its impact not with contrived plot points designed to trigger cheap emotional responses, but with disarmingly honest portrayals...
Peppermint Soda is a stellar example of the coming-of-age format.
Peppermint Soda is a valentine to the bittersweet joys of adolescence.
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