The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sweet, breezy, and unexpected, Tramps traipses through its romcom premise with earnestness and ease.
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Carefully doling out information... Leon maintains a buoyant energy that's given even more bounce by the film's lively score and soundtrack
The plot and characterizations are as self-consciously phony as anything in the early French New Wave, but minus the experimental intent, the commentary on genre and the gaze, or the extreme personal investment.
The two leads are remarkably fresh, and so is the movie.
It's Tramps' attitude to be short and sweet that proves definitive, vital.
At a time when American romantic comedies aim for broad humor and questionable gender politics, [the film] provides a more intimate contrast to the market standard. If romantic comedies need a savior, Leon may be their best hope.
A small-scale work that owes its charm to the freshness, relaxed intimacy and unforced humor of its character interplay, and to the warm feel for the environments through which they move ...
In going back to a similar scenario as his first film, Leon risked repeating himself, but with "Tramps," he's achieved something too unique to call a copy of any kind.
Cutesy caper romance just dark enough to work
With a laid-back, '70s soul, Tramps is the rare doe-eyed relationship movie where playing third-wheel is a joy.
Cynicism is a common disposition for the generational crop of filmmakers Leon belongs to, and it's refreshing-invigorating even-to watch skilled directors reject acrimony and jaded pretension for bona fide, unabashed sincerity.
Tramps is overall a winning film, proving once again that some of the best romantic comedies can be light on plot: all we need is an excuse for beautiful people to fall in love.
Tramps won't stay in your mind for days after, but it's a genuine delight.
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