The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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So riddled with unanswered questions that it requires gargantuan leaps of faith just to watch it plod along.
A taut, intelligent psychological drama.
The characterizations and dialogue lack depth or complexity, with the ironic exception of Scooter.
A smart little indie.
If we sometimes need comforting fantasies about mental illness, we also need movies like Tim McCann's Revolution No. 9.
While the ideas about techno-saturation are far from novel, they're presented with a wry dark humor.
... always remains movingly genuine.
You get the feeling that the filmmakers did their homework and that they're here to represent a harsh reality."
The intense and penetrating performances of Risley and Shelly focus on the human costs of a mental illness. But the film, while grounded in reality, seems to rush to an abrupt conclusion.
Even through its flaws, Revolution #9 proves to be a compelling, interestingly told film.
A strong and confident work which works so well for the first 89 minutes, but ends so horrendously confusing in the final two
There is a strong directorial stamp on every frame of this stylish film that is able to visualize schizophrenia but is still confident enough to step back and look at the sick character with a sane eye.
This movie was very confusing, and the ending left me asking, "WTF?" It was interesting though, the parts I did understand anyway.
better than A Beautiful Mind; depressing but cares about the characters, McCann's great handheld work
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