The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Green's openness to learning about himself and others by going out to notice and appreciate what most overlook-a crumbled landmark, an unexpected garden-is edifying.
It's hard to see Green in action and not think of traditional pilgrims on holy journeys and, perhaps, hermits or monks or others who have withdrawn from regular life.
While some more skeptical strangers seem to think Green is wasting his time, "World" makes it easy to admire the logic of his explanation that "It's just about the value of paying attention to something."
This well-made and intriguing documentary isn't about New York so much as it is about an unusual idea seen to fruition.
Like the apostles who followed Forrest Grump as he ran cross country, one could find Buddhist wisdom or metaphorical meaning in Green's work, even if it's not necessarily there.
Filmmaker Workman, who's behind [Green] every step of the way without ever getting in the way, allows the city and its colorful denizens to take center stage.
If The World Before Your Feet never gets to the psychological breakthrough it seems to be chasing, it's a very enjoyable slice of quixotic cinema, tagging along with a cheerful monomaniac...
Matt Green may be a bit nuts, but it's a wonderful nuttiness.
The World Before Your Feet is one of those documentaries that audiences tend to love -- and not without reason.
A portrait of New York's many secrets and of white male privilege... It doesn't make The World Before Your Feet less enjoyable, but it's a reminder that world isn't equally before everyone's feet.
Fascinating documentary about a zealot, the turf he loves, and his gift of wonder.
Workman takes some stabs at getting to that essential truth, but Green's elusive handling of the question... leaves the viewer wanting more from this confounding tour guide.
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