The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Neither celebrating nor bemoaning its subject, it gazes head-on at the ways some people embrace the chance to live life as a nonstop popularity contest while others are hurt by it.
Social Animals shows the fallible, would-be wizards who live behind the screen.
Social Animals offers us a personal look into the reality of the fantasy if we're bold enough for the task. No matter how you feel, Facebook is betting you play the game...whether you like to or not.
Social Animals focuses exclusively on how American teenagers use Instagram, almost serving as a fact-based mirror of Bo Burnham's gentle, wickedly honest Eighth Grade .
Social Animals expertly weaves together a compelling narrative, but more importantly, it allows everyone, no matter their age, to better comprehend the social pressures of today's youth in a digital era.
The power of social media is fascinating. Users are able to connect with people from all over the world, using various platforms to market products and even themselves.
So gripping I didn't check my Instagram at all. It's also thoughtful and non-judgemental, and avoids bringing an older person's jaundiced eye to opine on young people's lives. It doesn't need to, as most of the kids interviewed are already aware and wary.
Insightful docu looks at pros, cons of Instagram; language.
a relevant documentary that relies on the voices of the Instagram generation to shine a spotlight on this new social dynamic.
What Social Animals ultimately does is take us on a journey in order to see what Instagram users will do to be successful.
Social Animals is a good film about an important topic.
Green does a marvelous job assembling [the] narratives into a cohesive whole, giving us a vibrant look at this turbulent time in our online development.
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