The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The hour-long film does offer moments of amusing haughtiness and humanizing voyeurism.
Perhaps the film's best touch is the degree to which it sets up a contrast between the royal for whom Queen of the World is a valedictory document and the one for whom it's something of a debut.
Despite the fact that Queen of the World can't shake its own artifice, this doc will appeal to those fangirls and fanboys who woke up early on May 19th and donned their craziest hats to sit at home and soak in the festivities.
[Queen of the World] is unmitigated puffery and reverence with barely a second of grit, heart or spine.
Personally, I'm scratching my head on this one.
In return for this nice but hardly revelatory footage, you behave yourself - an unspoken Faustian pact around which much of our world turns.
The programme makers claim unusual access to the Queen's travels, walkabouts and royal home movies, but other than some short interviews with the new Duchess of Sussex all seems familiar.
This is a film about the Queen that is not really about the Queen.
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