The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Some two decades before the Kitchen Sink cinema of the British New Wave, Carol Reed made this serious, committed film about life in a northern mining community.
There are some gaps where treatment is not on par with dramatic situation.
In The Stars Look Down Mr. Reed has made a film to be remembered in this or any other season.
The scenario writer has wisely concentrated on a well-knit and straightforward plot. The result is thoroughly holding entertainment.
At once topical and enduring, this powerful drama influenced by the social realism of the British documentary greatly enhanced the growing reputation of Reed, then a young director.
The classic b/w film is rich in detail and atmosphere of mining life.
[An] utterly compelling mix of social realism and highly crafted cinematic art.
A well-mounted piece of filmmaking, with Reed drawing good performances from a talented cast and handling most scenes, particularly the nail-biting tragic/predictable climax, well.
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