The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Tighter editing would have enhanced the film's effectiveness. But the cinematography is striking, sound and music are superb and the two leading actors - who carry much of the movie by themselves - both give telling performances.
Mysterious, eerie and suspenseful.
Its crisp cinematography, choice of landscape and gripping performances make it a memorable addition to the cultural definitions of horror film.
As an exploration of a dead relationship, it fails to summon emotional resonance. As a horror film, it is not scary. As both, it's simply incoherent.
A slow, subtle, and at times sensual, study into relationships - how they change and the ghosts of the past, Rift is a masterstroke in how to take the viewer by surprise.
Sleek and dark... beautifully made, and packed with fiendishly clever touches.
the accomplished acting, stunning cinematography and solid direction keeps Rift constantly engaging and steeped with a level of talent which absolves it of its genre short-comings.
(It offers) a heady blend of love and pain that makes Rift feel like Call My By Your Name meets It Comes At Night.
Erlingur Thoroddsen tells a common story in the most uncommon regard. Reflective of our own inner demons whether we might realize it or not, begging questions and demanding answers without any guidance.
an ambiguous, creepy study of conflicting desires and haunting pasts - as well as a literally glacial take on Don't Look Now.
It's difficult to separate the Australian Babadook from Rökkur's stalker. But rather than being distractions, these similarities help launch Rökkur, and gay Icelandic narratives, into an increasingly international LGBT canon.
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