The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| DVD (1)
An elegantly told tale of obsession.
Could do with a bit more plot: It doesn't resolve so much as collapse in utter desolation.
It feels like a sketch for a larger work that would go beyond the well-worn insights of diet literature.
While engaging, pic eventually betrays itself as having a trivial attitude to its chosen subject.
The scenario is ludicrous, yet it's filmed and performed in such a way that it creates unbearable tension.
[A] wonderfully quirky love story.
As lovely to watch as it is painful to contemplate.
Perhaps it's appropriate that a tale about the avoidance of food should be so unappetizing, but that doesn't make it any more enjoyable to watch.
This is not a great date movie, unless you know your partner will let you have popcorn AND candy and not make you suffer for it later.
Primo Amore tunnels deeply enough into its characters' psyches to reach classic tragedy levels.
...never gets enough beneath the surface to justify [Vittorio's] eventual transformation into something out of a horror movie.
Connecting the tenuous expository scenes are hard-hitting moments as Sonia continues to starve herself, and Vittorio offers rewards and punishments.
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