The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There is gentle comedy here, and a real rooting interest deriving from Ms. Zhang's committed, never-a-false-note performance. The film's unusual perspective makes it a distinctive and potentially enriching experience.
Each neorealist story thread doubles as a case study for how our ever-shrinking world redefines culture and communication, but played as a downbeat comedy of misunderstandings in which Xiaobin mimics Buster Keaton's expressionless disenchantment.
Wryly amusing, intriguingly stylized.
Such an unpretentious delight that it would be a shame to relegate it to specialty streaming sites.
[Nele] Wohlatz offers a perceptive, empathetic, very tender picture of how it might feel to be an 18-year-old Chinese woman arriving in Buenos Aires and working to carve out a new independent life and identity.
The charm of this experimental film lies in its intellectual complexity, its lack of pretension, and the obvious intelligence and strength of Xiaobin-the character and the real woman.
... The Future Perfect is a kind of cinematic essay, or sketch that combines documentary with fictionalized scenes. [Full review in Spanish]
It is a charming film whose strength lies in its simplicity. It raises the migratory situation from a new perspective, and shows us the torture of adapting, changing and questioning preconceived ideas. [Full review in Spanish]
It's powerful and quietly uplifting in a way I haven't seen a prominent European art movie be in quite some time.
An innovative look at a Chinese immigrant's involvement with a voluntarily homeless person in Buenos Aires.
It's inevitably irregular, with passages of great audacity and inspiration and others that are a bit clumsy or forced. But the film never ceases to fascinate. [Full review in Spanish]
A must-see if you're at all fascinated with globalism and how the world is shrinking.
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