The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film, letting us read between the lines, creates a charming depiction of two people who become necessary to each other.
The truths of [the subject's] life, no matter how unbelievable they may seem at times, make him almost heroic and the film almost perfect.
The Monastery is like the opposite of Into Great Silence.
It might bring a tear to your eye.
Takes 80-plus minutes to cover what happened over the next six years as this oddest of odd couples feud, fuss and finally become friends.
An oddly graceful combination of fairy tale and romantic comedy, set in a forgotten corner of the world.
A dull and dreary film that derives its entertainment value from exploiting the sociopathology of its central character.
A sly, quiet documentary.
Against all odds, you'll leave this remarkable film caring quite a bit for the old coot -- surely a sign of a very good documentary
A psychologically rich documentary about the spiritual practice of generosity and the difficulty we all have in letting go of rigid ideas and habit energies which have dominated our lives.
This slim, sparsely drawn and gently affecting documentary fulfills the promise of Mr. Vig's singular visage.
Pernille Rose Grønkjær's portrait of Mr. Vig is one of affecting honesty.
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