The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Those expecting the brand of hefty satire found in Andò's last film, Long Live Liberty, will have to wait.
The film's strongest suit is its elegant photography and confident mounting, but these virtues do little to offset the script's pervasive weaknesses.
Andò's film feels entirely manufactured, distancing itself from its audience and blunting its points in the process.
Intrigue, economy and mysticism, reunited irregularly. [Full review in Spanish]
A film with aspect of thriller and aroma of drama where the tone of the story never comes to outshine anyone. [Full review in Spanish]
A tense film supported by a good cast and that aims to dialogue about the complex contemporary geopolitical situation. [Full review in Spanish]
Director Roberto Andò takes the form of a classical whodunit and bludgeons it with naïve indignation and sanctimony.
The Confessions flows at a steady pace, avoiding abrupt frenzied spins beyond an unfathomable surreal finale that is worthy of the best illusionists.
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