The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Great fun will be had by audiences, past and future.
Sullivan urgently needs to find a co-writer: while visually he's more talented than the majority of Australian directors, his would-be witty dialogue is atrocious, and his characters are no more than sketches.
A delightfully intellectual exercise in escapism.
A good example of how to make a high-concept film on a dirt-cheap budget.
One of the best time travel films I have ever seen.
Rather than sci-fi head trips, the movie is about the self-defeating nature of jealousy in relationships, with Sullivan's facility for deadpan, screwball dialogue making it an unexpected delight.
I can't wait to revisit the sci-fi and work my way through what at first blush appears foolproof.
This is nothing less than one of my favourite Australian pictures in quite some time
Given how hideously over-used time travel has been of late in movies, Aussie writer/director Hugh Sullivan deserves considerable back-slapping for at least spinning something fresh out of the concept.
Hugh Sullivan's terrific Australian time-travel comedy is an inventive and dryly hilarious depiction of how the obsession with perfection can only lead to defeat.
Full marks to Sullivan and his team for creating this bizarre puzzle of a movie, even though the use of the single location and the endlessly repetitive (with variations) plot inevitably becomes over-familiar as it proceeds.
Few films are as fun, funny, insightful, or astute with a familiar concept, as The Infinite Man pleasingly creates a new future for time travel flicks.
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