The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Ultimately too superficially diffuse - and programmed to reveal a winner - to focus on one kind of human interest story.
In the beginning "Speak" too often sounds like a recruiting film for Toastmasters, but it eventually gets past that and tells some compelling stories about the finalists.
Doc about public speaking remains engaging despite familiar format.
A moderately involving, conventionally structured look at the art of public speaking as practiced by nine finalists at the Toastmasters' 2008 world championship, Speak has surprisingly little to say about its subject.
Most of Speak is an uplifting portrait of friendly competition, and it's when the film embraces this narrative track, and the illumination of dream pursuit, that it really takes off.
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