The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (9)
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| Rotten (4)
This would be depressing, except that Mei is a delight: a feisty, shrewd young woman, uneducated but intelligent and more than capable of surviving the brickbats life keeps throwing at her.
Bold and unparochial in a doggedly low-key style.
Curious and interesting in many respects but emotionally light-weight and unfulfilling.
There are few migrant clichÃ (C)s here, just an intimate portrait of a young girl trying to work out who she is and where she wants to be. The first part of the film is more successful than the rather meandering UK-based second half.
Unhappily, thereâ(TM)s no dramatic arc here, just a series of encounters with unsuitable or undesirable men. Writer-director Xiaolu Guo puts her heroine through trying ordeals, but her character remains elusive.
The sparse scaffholding of this film is at once enigmatic and illuminating, revealing a quiet political literacy.
The functionally photographed She, A Chinese isn't at all lacking in thematic ambitions, but there's a disappointing sketchiness to the storytelling and Lu's opaque central turn hinders an emotional engagement in her character's quest.
An intriguing, keenly observed journey, but one that demands too much patience from the audience.
An engaging, impressively directed and fantastically acted drama that's well worth seeking out.
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