The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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On a deeper level (and a skillfully conscious one on the part of filmmaker Ted Schillinger) it's a portrait of two men's utter loneliness in their thoughts.
A thoughtful if dry discussion of the death penalty revolving around the titular gentleman.
As for the filmmaker, Mr. Schillinger remains neutral to a fault. His documentary, while compelling, can also be frustrating.
Just as its subject likes to hear himself talk -- often in ever-more-vague blasts of logic clear only to himself -- this cheap-looking doc gives him lots of air.
Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead is straightforward as documentary filmmaking, but it's fascinating as a dialectic on fairness.
As it turns out, its titular subject makes it one of the few genuinely problematic documentaries to come along in a long while.
Vivid, engrossing, and surprising.
In the documentary, Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead, New York Law School professor and well-known retributivist Blecker submits he can measure -- in his gut -- who deserves to die.
Anyone who's gotten jazzed by a lively philosophy class (hello?) should find it fascinating.
A compelling, provocative and illuminating documentary that will inspire you to intelligently reexamine your own beliefs about the death penalty.
Intriguing, thought-provoking documentary about a pro-death-penalty lawyer and his unlikely relationship with a murderer on death row will satisfy socially conscious viewers on both sides of the ever-controversial issue.
A legal joust that ends in the sort of satisfyingly ambiguous fashion that should spur post-screening conversation.
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