The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"The Brink" is an impeccably crafted verité ramble - an engaging and enraging, disturbing and highly revealing movie...
A watchable overview with few explosive details, but plenty of reasons to root for his downfall, and some modicum of payoff.
What makes The Brink so different from just another platform for this professional troll? Though Klayman sticks to a largely vérité approach of following her subject around and observing his various interactions, she also provides important context.
Though it would surely be unwise for journalists to stop paying attention to his comings and goings, it's hard to see what ordinary viewers at any point on the political spectrum will gain from this particular status report.
Somewhat revealing, occasionally damning, in the end it feels polished but incomplete.
It's difficult to pinpoint what exactly Klayman accomplishes with her film beyond a mere political horror show one can safely view from behind proverbial Plexiglas.
The message of The Brink is clear from start to finish, and it couldn't be a more timely presentation.
Klayman's doc does a decent job of capturing the glaring contradictions of Bannon-namely, that he preaches "populism" and poses as a voice for the working class while flying around the world in private jets...
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