The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Shot in a rudimentary but pleasingly grainy black-and-white, with hypnotic organ music from Philip Glass (his first credited feature-length film score), this hourlong picture is a delight.
Part cultural artifact, part sociological experiment, part American response to cinéma verité, it regularly overpowers its own gag to turn in something more complex.
Inquiring Nuns was influenced by Jean Rouch's Chronicle of a Summer, but feels more like a series of man-on-the-street interviews of the type beloved of TV news programs.
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