The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While almost aggressively French in tone and style, nonetheless an affecting, if fragile and flawed, meditation on the realities of romance and aging.
Tonie Marshall's captured the tender yearnings, wistful aches, and the sticky confrontation of aging far better than even Estee Lauder could.
It's not as if Baye's not great at displaying relationship disfunctionality, it's just that you can only thump the pillow so many times before it gets old.
Director Tonie Marshall turns in a lightweight, enjoyable film where love wins out over all.
My biggest problem with Venus Beauty Institute is the mixed messages that it sends.
The French have just the right bring-me-down if you can't bear to drown yourself in a bowl of eggnog.
Although pleasant enough, the movie, with its most memorable parts being its color scheme and sound effects, is not something worth recommending.
Director Tonie Marshall's script is consistently absorbing, with a remarkable way of balancing wry and perceptive observations with the mundane.
Rather boring but okay enough to get through.
Very very slow and boring. About a slutty old chick who works in a beauty salon, and Audrey Tautou has sex with an old fat guy on a pool table.
How this film won any awards is beyond me. It's just a normal romantic comedy, but Samuel LeBihan sure is sexy.
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