The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Beatty and Schreiber generate a convincing camaraderie that is warm and touching yet with a refreshing lack of sticky sentiment.
A breath of fresh air, and an antidote to all the mindless drivel Hollywood churns out on a regular basis.
Here's a film that values good dialogue and complex characters over dramatic gimmicks and cheap action.
A remarkable film, totally absorbing from the first frame to the last. It's a marvel of simplicity and depth, comfort and compassion.
every moment is jam packed with a philosophical or heavy moment, never giving his characters a chance to breath
...a pair of big-budget performances by Beatty and Schreiber.
While seeming to be about nothing in particular, it gradually builds toward a deeply affecting emotional impact by actually being about everything that's important.
The performances are all fine and heartfelt, but the story itself never provides much reason for us to care.
What a treat to finally see a pudgy character actor and a stereotypically type cast "bad guy" demonstrate their consummate acting skills
Beatty and Schreiber give accomplished performances, but are handicapped by the staginess of the script and the static nature of Gilroy's direction.
an intelligent script and first rate performances
A marvelous movie about a friendship that slowly unspools between two unlikely souls.
Very slow...kind of didn't get the point of it all.
A very conversationalized film. Very slow but really good.
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