The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though sleekly photogenic in its depiction of cosmopolitan Europeans in permanent romantic neurosis, "The Laws of Thermodynamics" is better in theory than fact.
The final result is a curiosity, sure, but a cute, quick-witted one, with much (maybe too much) on its mind.
Despite its initial promise, Laws fails to take imaginative flight.
Vito Sanz, Vicky Luengo, Irene Escolar and Chino Darín... make up the cast and, yes, the city of Barcelona looks beautiful. [Full review in Spanish]
So-so subtitled romcom has sex, nudity, cursing.
Though playful and occasionally bright, the high concept's never taken into the deep end of the imagination pool to leave a mark.
A Spanish language "Big Bang Theory" that's more clever than funny.
The Laws of Thermodynamics is nothing if not constantly trying to present its love story in new and interesting ways.
What remains is a a precise and previous feeling of something different. [Full Review in Spanish]
A lot of physics and little chemistry. [Full review in Spanish]
[Director Mateo Gil's] quantum romance is not unforgettable, but neither is it torture; let's say it orbits between relative satisfaction and failed resolution. [Full review in Spanish]
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