The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Unfolds like a slow-motion thriller, achieving a captivating kind of intimacy even as it maintains a chilly arm's-length remove from a cosmic mystery that no film can satisfyingly answer.
Though certainly ambitious and well-performed across the board, this has to be considered a bit of letdown from the clearly talented Swiss-German writer-director Simon Jaquemet.
Certain events will unfold that will test your ability to continue watching the film.
The wildest film seen at Toronto, Swiss director Simon Jaquemet's dreamy and bewildering film is purposely enigmatic and consistently compelling.
Overall the movie feels like a miss.
The confusing passage from objective reality to mental delirium... reveals an immature director behind his images. [Full review in Spanish]
Jaquemet cycles through all this mystery at an insufferably slow pace with a drab aesthetic. Yes, there are some images to ponder over, but they never cohere together in a satisfying way.
It's often a perplexing film... mixing one part First Reformed to two parts The Killing of a Sacred Deer while, unfortunately, failing to provide the cogent themes or philosophy of either.
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