The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It has been beautifully crafted in the finest tradition of Poland's venerable and distinguished cinema.
Overall, it's still a fine debut, balancing its more ungainly dramatic turns with an absolutely perfect and poetic (dare I say Dardenne-esque?) final shot.
Throughout, Bogumil Godfrejow's mostly hand-held camerawork is apt and affecting.
Retrieval is unlikely to take home any prizes for originality in Cannes, but feature debut for Polish helmer Slawomir Fabricki punches above its weight with beefy genre tale of an essentially decent young pugilist.
The movie has an altogether haunting feel, capped by a final shot thatâ(TM)s a brilliant callback to an earlier line of dialogue. If you want to get home bad enough, you can always find a way.
None of my carps amount to a suggestion to skip this surprising film. It's just somewhat imperfect, is all.
What gives Retrieval its unique drive and power is the exceedingly accomplished cast.
Though not particularly original, Z odzysku (Retrieval), demands to be reckoned with because of several key scenes that are almost flawlessly executed.
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