The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Studio interference damaged the film but could not destroy it.
Keaton's last great comedy.
The Cameraman gave Buster one of his best roles and he filled it with one of his most touching and fleshed-out performances, using mostly his intense eyes.
One of Keaton's most impressively self-reflective films and an ode to the unexpected and elusive lightening-in-a-bottle nature of filmmaking.
...the old Keaton magic could not be entirely dampened by the studio's dictums, and The Cameraman includes a number of very funny bits.
Buster's last definitive feature, despite studio meddling.
Keaton's feature is easily the best work he did within the studio structure
My first Buster movie! And I really liked it!
He must've had a lot of bruises in a period where stunt men weren't available! What I liked about it was the expressiveness and the tight choreography, every movement is timed without looking strained or enforced.
It was painful and funny at the same time, the scene in the changing room is hilarious.
Buster is such a cute and lovable actor. I'm definitely interested in seeing more of his work.
my new favorite keaton film and the last one he made relatively free from interference at mgm. chaplin warned him not to sign :(
This is such a sweet movie, I love it. It's funny, exciting, and has a good story.
Buster Keaton plays a street photographer who sees the girl of his dreams. He later tracks her down, finding out she works as a secretary in the newsreel department at M.G.M., and trades his tintype camera in for a cheap, 2nd hand movie camera. He tries desperately to get a job in the newsreel department and of course, impress her, but his every happless attempt seems to fail. There are many great, memorable scenes in this film, most notably the date the two have. Keaton's knack for physical humor has been reeled in a bit, but there are some scenes that are still quite funny. Overall, it's a subtle, sweet romantic comedy starring one of the greatest of all time.
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