The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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The performances are clunky as heck, and a late-game story swerve feels like a failed, Hail Mary attempt to save the film from its own shapeless, repetitive, and nonsensical plot.
A film with some big ideas about generational malaise presented in the guise of a Cronenbergian body horror-a comparison Skipper willfully leans into, borrowing heavily from the great Videodrome, only swapping out arcade games for television.
Sequence Break is a surreal scifi-horror mashup that manages to be both unsettling and beautiful all at once.
This is such a great underdog sci-fi film, taking oddball romances like Spring and throwing them into cyberspace via a heap of self-aware supporting elements and a sweetly nostalgic script.
Despite its tiny cast and handful of nondescript locations, Sequence Break isn't minimalist. It's just empty.
Sequence Break plays as a lovingly self-conscious throwback to a bygone age of cinema, even as it portrays [protagonist] Oz's struggle to prick the bubble of his own nostalgia and to break the sequence of a life lived looking ever backwards.
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