The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Watching here feels akin to peeking at a private love letter from an artist to his art, an experience that will fascinate some and off-put many.
It's fun, involving off-set sexual escapades and a scheme to rescue a back-from-the-dead film director from a work camp.
The Queen of Spain can only offer scant entertainment for movie buffs and non-movie buffs alike.
Though "The Queen of Spain" looks terrific and features a warm, glamorous performance by Penélope Cruz, that promise is fulfilled only fitfully in this valentine to moviemaking.
Queen is the sort of project which marketing teams like to talk about as "classic" while secretly knowing that it's just old-fashioned.
The Queen may be a treat for those familiar with Dreams, but this uneven film glosses over too much - and runs too long.
A well-acted, but overlong, clunky, and underwhelming satire.
Tonally, the movie can never quite find its footing.
Trueba is determined to give every actor, cameraman and grip a few scenes in which to shine, resulting in an overstuffed story that staggers from subplot to subplot.
This bittersweet political satire uncovers the shameful collusion of Hollywood with Franco back then - the roots of fascism in this country today. And Penelope as a new kind of anti-fascist female action hero - move over Wonder Woman and Atomic Blonde.
Set in Franco's Spain, this self-referential film-within-a-film is painfully dated and unfunny, and its mishmash of genres is even more off-putting.
Like the tortoise and the hare, it takes so long to get going that the end is one mad, unsuccessful dash.
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