The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sebastián gets impressive, squirm-inducing mileage out of modest resources, but his film is overly reliant on charm-free vulgarity and protracted histrionics.
With so much being thrown on screen, the story feels fractured and schizophrenic. There's an intriguing story buried amidst the chaos, but it gets a little lost.
If you can find a graphic ten-minute long scene of a character masturbating funny or interesting, then you will enjoy this movie.
The Night of the Virgin is a madcap, gag-inducing horror comedy that delivers laughs, horror, and insanity in a neat, nasty little package.
The Night of the Virgin is what used to be called a party movie. You put it on late in the evening and watch all your friends either dig it or file out ashen-faced one by one.
It's an often exhilarating, mostly grubby, continually colorful, trip into deranged sexual horror.
It's like we're stuck in stasis, the constant repetition of actions lowering the stakes they once possessed until their culmination loses all impact.
The strongest scene is the first one, where Sebastián shows us what he can do as a filmmaker when not distracted by a commitment to going over the top.
if Nico's gender-inverted defloration is a squeam-inducingly long, dark night of the (arse)soul, something of his excruciating torment is certainly experienced by the viewer, for whom the film itself becomes an ordeal of endurance.
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