The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| Rotten (8)
The Changeover is one of those supernatural thrillers where the rules are both abstract and arbitrary, rendering Laura's internal struggle as dull predestination rather than an act of intention and will.
[A]n astute adaptation, balancing magical arcana with everyday adolescent turmoil.
Uniformly solid performances and artful camera/sound work make the film hard to dismiss out of hand, but the script doesn't sell its hokum as effectively as more mainstream supernatural soap operas.
In its own modest way, this is a perfect genre film.
Thanks to fine performances and a narrative that doesn't hang about to admire itself, the movie goes down as easily as a love potion at a coven.
An easy going production with time-honored tropes fails to raise a ruckus.
This film might take place in a world lousy with witches and warlocks, but it is desperately short of the magic needed to overcome its flaws.
The film is a bit of an odd duck in that it is neither fish nor fowl, audience-wise: perhaps too scary for the Goosebumps crowd but far too tame for the horror crowd.
This quaint and unassuming sleeper-of-a-creeper is magical and mystical in its curious presentation. New Zealand's 'The Changeover' is a character-driven frightfest at its small-scare creative core.
This horror-tinged coming-of-age tale takes a refreshingly restrained approach to its witchy world-building.
At its core, there's a tale as old as time itself, and, what's more, one that equates adolescent turbulence to something that can be both deeply unsettling and reassuringly magical.
The Changeover is a definite standout when it comes to young adult films. It is a mature, eerie, and effective coming-of-age story that just so happens to also include the supernatural.
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