The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Consistently engages despite the relative obviousness of its dramatic tactics.
The dialogue often has a stilted, unnatural ring to it, and it is a tribute to the cast that they manage to bring out the essence of the film, its political heart, so strongly.
The Public now comes across as heavy-handed fiction, which creates an emotional disconnection with the very real plight of homelessness...removing politics from the argument, The Public is a reasonably decent comedy/drama.
The Public is a feel-good crowd-pleaser about the power of social justice.
The Public is rife with heavy-handed, subtle-as-a-heart-attack type elements designed to perpetuate his agenda...
Humorous, impactful and poignant. With a little extra tooling, it would also make a great Broadway play.
The Public speaks to the responsibilities that we have as citizens, government leaders, and yes, even librarians.
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