The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The deeply uncanny pic makes for an unsettling viewing experience, a creative tour de force whose endlessly fascinating visuals are deliberately seductive and repellent in equal measure.
Although the film hardly exceeds 60 minutes, it does demand a certain patience that is rewarded with a remarkable demonstration of ingenuity and audacity on the part of the directors. [Full review in Spanish]
The Wolf House has an emotional impact thanks to the excellent technique of animation that Cociña and León use to narrate their story. [Full Review in Spanish]
The twists ... aren't going to put the kids soundly to sleep. Not unless they want the nightmares to start pouring in.
The Wolf House succeeds on every level: as an innovative stop-motion animation film; as a disturbing horror film; as a commentary on Chilean history; and as a meditation on the rationalizations for and trauma of childhood abuse.
The Wolf House may not pose the answers to life's harsh questions but it's invaluable in that it encourages our eyes, ears and minds to not to let that which seems trustworthy answer those questions for us.
A curious animated experiment. [Full review in Spanish]
The Wolf House gifts animation that strides the line between beautiful and grotesque, that builds and crumples as the camera rolls.
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