The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While unique, this lumbering crossbreed never truly gains melodramatic traction ...
Although sometimes dealing in the disability tropes of this subgenre, The Giant stomps new ground in that it encourages us to actively take on the disability perspective of its protagonist.
The Giant makes pétanque exciting and features the best friend you could ever dream of.
The film is a shrewd political commentary and canny portrait of a society continuing to wrestle with its ineffaceable cruelty.
The film moves deftly between humour and poignancy, generating a strong emotional response in its quieter moments.
A truly singular piece of work...
Nyholm's debut feature doesn't only strive to show that its protagonist is more than the sum of his parts; sometimes with a roaming, soberly-lit perspective, sometimes with warm, vivid, dream-like interludes, it endeavours to do the same itself.
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