The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Still a quirky, deadpan classic even if it isn't aging nearly as well as you'd hope.
If anything, it confirms the cliché that truth is stranger than fiction. You couldn't make up these interviews.
...something truly special, both funny and moving, strange and captivating.
a Platonic dialogue in that it's suspiciously like a monologue disguised as an exchange.
Morris' first two films are as carefully composed and thematically complex as any scripted drama.
engrossing and rather endearing
Vernon at first appears to be an exploitative display of the fluent eccentricities of a rural compendium and becomes collectively applicable, even relevant.
the great turkey hunter creates a long lasting character along with the other Vernon residents
While I love Morris, this is not one of his most impressive documentaries. While it does feature an oddly fascinating cast of characters, it could have used a bit more focus. Something to tie these disparate subjects together. Again, Morris does not mock his interviewees. True to it's name, this film is about the lives of the inhabitants of Vernon Florida. Although it may not be as enthralling as the Thin Blue Line or the Fog of War, it is still definitely worth checking out.
Documentary about small town life in Florida in 1981. Engaging.
[font=Century Gothic]"Vernon, Florida" is a documentary by Errol Morris about the citizens of a small Florida town who talk about their daily lives, apparently responding to questions asked off-camera.(It is refreshing that these are not the hyper-articulate talking heads that we have come to expect in documentaries.) In the process, the candences of small-town America are perfectly captured along with man's relationship with nature, which is expressed most vividly by a turkey hunter. [/font]
[font=Century Gothic]Errol Morris would use a more polished version of this documentary style in his 2000 television show, "First Person." What has never changed is his respect for the common man.[/font]
Best quotable lines in any movie ever. Period. You will laugh your face off, then feel bad about it. I love this movie. Each time you watch it, you progress in the characters you like, till you settle on the turkey hunter, old guy with jewl, old man with turtle, and who can not love the man with two shells under the house.
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