The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Kashyap's brilliant five-hour-plus epic is a hard act to follow, and this more pedestrian outing may well disappoint some critics. Still, as genre films go, it's punchy enough to enjoy a charmed life on the fest circuit.
Don't expect a Hollywood ending - there's no one to champion among this sorry lot of soulless connivers.
A grungy, dark police procedural set in motion by a little girl's kidnapping, Ugly has few discernible auteur touches to set it apart from standard genre fare.
Ugly, in one simple line, is about how we tend to lose greater things in life because we are too stuck on our own perceptions and insecurities.
While the pace does dip in the second half, what makes Ugly tick is the searing honesty with which it is told.
Ugly is a disturbing film which will make you squirm in your seat. But if you don't mind that, it is worth a watch.
It's not as nihilistic as the Gangs of Wasseypur productions from 2012, but its insights into the human condition are unconvincing and unearned.
[A] lazy kidnap caper.
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