The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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The characters feel a little underwritten, but there's a lot to enjoy here...
It wins your support for its beefy hero, and there's much to be said for its upbeat refusal of Ken Loach-style misery - and for its use of a pragmatic moral attitude to help it reach its happy ending.
A swooning surprise with enough charm to smooth out the wrinkles.
Herdman makes every gesture true. An effortless, naturalistic presence on screen, this former TV actor deserves more of a spotlight.
Sink sometimes lurches into heavy-handed melodrama. Nonetheless, watching it, you can't help but root for Micky.
Boasting Alan Rickman and Mark Rylance as associate producers and including a cracking use for a Jamie Oliver cookbook, this involving drama is rooted firmly in the social realist tradition.
Writer-director Mark Gillis's film is an endearing, mellifluous woof, with a bit of whimper, from Bulldog Britain, working-class division.
Rather than focusing simply on the condemnation of injustice, Gillis gives his characters an agency that will appeal to audiences from diverse backgrounds.
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