The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A Spanish film that maybe it would work better as a shortfilm. [Full review in Spanish]
A proposal that manages to be very entertaining in its short seventy-something minutes. [Full review in Spanish]
[The] script says some very intelligent things about how the population feels entitled to have access to celebrities (especially in the wake of social media over the last five or so years) and how those interactions can escalate inappropriately.
The film is not an easy watch, nor can it be said to be in any way entertaining; it's short, nasty, brutal and utterly compelling.
Maintains a white-knuckled momentum throughout its admittedly brief runtime.
The Corpse of Anna Fritz doesn't invoke the philosophical horror needed to take it out of B-movie territory.
Though it feels a little dragged out despite it barely being over an hour long and has a void of likable characters, its flipping of horror tropes should make it an interesting watch for film fans.
It does seem, ultimately, that Vicens and coscreenwriter Isaac P. Creus are relying mostly on the admittedly risque setup to carry the proceedings...
This rape-revenance plays like an elongated version of the hospital sequence from Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) - although its games of table-(and slab-)turning are certainly tense.
Making a film about necrophilia is pretty gutsy and makes for a pretty unsettling atmosphere. Saying anything more than that about the plot would already spoil way too much. The film is short and on point, aware that you can't drag out the premise for too long. There are some decent moments of suspense but in the end things go down rather predictably after the early shock. Still, entertaining enough.
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