The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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We get to see some beautiful country along the way, and there's some pertinent thinking on the levels of intervention needed in managing America's wild horse population.
Will delight anyone who dreams of living free, sleeping rough and scoffing beans around the campfire.
What lingers ... are stirring vistas of the backcountry West, and admiration - for the Aggies' achievement, Mr. Masters's imagination and Mr. Baribeau's skill in chronicling it all.
What viewers will come away with most is a renewed appreciation for the natural beauty of both the western region of the country and the wild animals that inhabit it.
It's a film with a cause, but it's also brimming with drama in the midst of jaw-dropping landscapes.
The scenery is gorgeous, especially in the Grand Canyon, while echoes of Western mythology and cowboy lore forged by John Ford and Zane Grey are often present.
The end result is part buddy trail-trip mosey and part factual gallop.
Mostly ... it remains focused on the not-very-interesting personal stories of four cowboy-loving guys on a gap-year adventure.
The film has plenty of magnificently shot footage of the horses galloping across the landscapes.
The lads are daringly bonkers, and their horses are suicidally brave -- or misguided.
The gift shop DVD from an exciting horse farm.
Has its moments of spectacle and danger, but offers too few genuine insights or rite-of-passage epiphanies.
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