The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The gaudy palette of Busby Berkeley's vertiginous Technicolor musical, from 1943, inspired the director's most extravagant visual inventions ...
Busby Berkeley's most audacious film.
Time and again, you can't believe what you're witnessing...
...we're all part of the show when it comes to this 1943 musical comedy, accepting and delighting in its escapist frivolity.
Whether one views this as a kitschy, campy spectacle or merely another splashy musical from the Dream Factory largely depends on one's tolerance for garish colors, kaleidoscopic set-pieces and the sight of Carmen Miranda and her juicy fruits.
Busby berekeley's first musical in color is as lurid and eccentric as you would expect, and it's no surpirse that it's become a classic camp, largely due to Carmen Miranda's bananas number.
The full flowering of Berkeley's particular genius -- and in incredibly saturated Technicolor, no less -- while being a lesser effort as concerns the nonmusical portions.
completely surreal. busby berkeley in technicolor!
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