The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (25)
| Top Critics (9)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (12)
| DVD (5)
A really bravura piece of filmmaking and a brave central performance.
It's a demented kitsch mess (although the smeary digital video does match the muddled narrative), but it's savvy about celebrity and has more guts and energy than much of what will open this year.
This is such a dazzlingly self-assured directorial debut that it's hard to know what to praise first.
The film, while not exactly assured in its execution, is notable for its sheer audacity and openness.
Scarlet Diva has a voyeuristic tug, but all in all it's a lot less sensational than it wants to be.
This is an egotistical endeavor from the daughter of horror director Dario Argento (a producer here), but her raw performance and utter fearlessness make it strangely magnetic.
Scarlet Diva is an ambulance-chasing hot mess that will still register with viewers as shocking, ridiculous, or both.
I definitely want to watch it again. I'm not sure exactly what I saw the first time, but I loved it.
The cinematic equivalent of scabies ... and I mean that as a compliment.
Everyone I know who owns a camcorder has made a self-confessional, semi-autobiographical piece of videotaped wankery, but Asia Argento does it better than all of them.
Amid the shock and curiosity factors, the film is just a corny examination of a young actress trying to find her way.
Argento, at only 26, brings a youthful, out-to-change-the-world aggressiveness to the project, as if she's cut open a vein and bled the raw film stock.
Fascinating, disturbing, confused. Shows the ugly side of fame - the alienation, betrayal and effects of drug abuse. This film is certainly not glamourous or particularly titilating as might be expected.
Really strange semi-autobiographical darkly dramatic in what sexy Asia Argento stars, directs and writes this weird film. But Asia looks bloody hot in her naked and sex scenes. Whoo!
Asia Argento makes my teeth sweat but this one wasn't doing too much for me.
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