The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Unsupported by any sort of greater mythology, few of these asides are worth the time Bo spends on them. At best, they distract from the film's disinterest in more plot-driven mysteries.
An entertaining if overlong dramedy about company workers splitting into rival factions after being shipwrecked on a desert island.
The running time's too long and the humor's too broad, but the story takes some fascinating turns.
There are no good or bad people in The Island, just a group of hapless schmucks who become more sympathetic as they get more desperate.
This Chinese disaster movie is polished with snazzy special effects and an eclectic soundtrack, but may puzzle American audiences with its cultural differences.
The psychological dynamics of social interaction are sardonically at play in the skillful survivalist black comedy The Island.
It is the morality tale aspect that is actually strongest here... Too bad the actor-director chooses to overstuff the film instead of delivering a cautionary mystery thriller.
The Island is a different movie, with excellent special effects, an intelligent plot (and very deep for an action film), which I assure you will not disappoint. [Full review in Spanish]
On the whole this is polished mainstream work that could surprise American viewers.
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