The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Working in small, skillfully nuanced, always surprising increments, Kari, enabled by Gunnar Jonsson's extraordinary performance, charts a moving, totally believable flowering of untapped potential as Fusi falls in love.
[A] charmingly offbeat rom-com.
A touching portrait of a man with the looks of an ogre but a heart of gold. [Full review in Spanish]
A surprisingly impecable film. [Full review in Spanish]
The director combines Hyper-realism and surrealism to obtain a kind and heartwarming film. [Full review in Spanish]
Dagur Kari, true to his own brand of humour, keeps it all simple and straightforward.
Expectations are subtly defied at every turn in this humanistic diversion laced with dry humour, an undercurrent of melancholy and a protagonist with arrested development who recalls to some extent Ernest Borgnine's sympathetic Marty.
A nuanced portrait of a misfit not as odd as we might have imagined, Virgin Mountain can be a hair too delicate and precious at times, and it has its soft clichés. But its warmth and sensitivity is heartfelt enough to melt its cold exterior.
It is the casting of Jónsson that is the film's master stroke. Known as a comedian in Iceland, he brings a great sense of underplayed comic timing to Fúsi, resulting in a big impact from small gestures.
A beautifully subtle drama.
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