The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Competent but ultimately disappointing.
Who Killed Bambi? does for doctors what Psycho did for showers.
A long and uneventful snooze.
Marchand capably builds suspense, thanks to a twisty script and nervy performances by Lucas and Quinton.
So skillful at sustaining a chilly antiseptic atmosphere in which death stalks every gleaming corridor that it comes as a sharp disappointment to find its hygienic imagery wasted on a clunking cat-and-mouse game.
A sustained atmosphere of bleached-out horror.
The melodrama acts as an anaesthetic, as it's hard to stay awake while it operates merely as a gruesome style over substance film.
A sleek and cool thriller that never quite boils over into all-out suspense, which feels enticing but also a bit dull and overlong.
Its lack of sense is exceeded only by the absence of chills.
Who Killed Bambi? is fun to watch, and newcomer Quinton has big, beautiful eyes, but the movie's contrived plot, forced conclusion and sentimental denouement rob it of real suspense and meaning.
you eventually get that it's supposed to be suspenseful, but it's ... near impossible to actually feel it.
The forced parallel with the Disney classic proves silly and pretentious, but the dull characters and lethal plot contrivances are what really do Bambi in.
A quiet, sleek but undeniably dry French thriller. There's plenty of potential here, but a ton of the plot just feels like dead air and almost none of the movie is memorable. The cinematography is unexceptional, none of the performances stand out and the characters are uninspired.
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