The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Each thread of the plot is followed to its dangling, ragged conclusion in a movie that may be painful to watch but that maintains a chilly integrity.
Corsini sends her fine cast down a recognizable route, but wisely stands back, allowing them to navigate the twists and turns.
Feels like an overdrawn soap opera about everyone's simultaneous fear of and longing for consequences.
Worlds don't so much collide as politely bump into each other in [this] glossy, well-meaning but dramatically listless study of class relations in contemporary Paris.
This stiflingly restrained French dirge about morality, guilt and atonement is chilly and constipated, mistaking ponderousness for intensity.
A laborious moralistic movie to watch for many reasons, that include the tragic subject matter, the unappealing characters and the story's queasy emotional moral compass.
A little too deliberately balanced in its depiction of its three leads, but it largely makes up the difference with its informed grounding in the economic and social terrain of contemporary France.
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