The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Manages to delight without much of a story.
Though talk in the film often turns to death, Khatra's enthusiasm and love of life keep the movie surprisingly upbeat.
A film that will be best appreciated by those willing to endure its extremely languorous rhythms, Waiting for Happiness is ultimately thoughtful without having much dramatic impact.
Takes you by the face, strokes your cheeks and coos beseechingly at you: slow down, shake off your tensions and take this picture at its own breezy, distracted rhythms.
Strikingly beautiful visual mood piece that resembles in many ways the refreshing intensity of an Ozu family drama.
pretty and it's exotic, but that's all it is.
A skilfully shot film, with startling images and a gentle pace that frequently comes to a full stop just to capture the rhythms of life in an earthbound purgatory.
A moving picture that does not move.
The title perfectly captures the mood of this striking film.
Sissako's slender narrative takes its time reaching its ambiguous conclusion.
Once the audience figure out what's being said, the filmmaker's relative passivity will make it tough for them to really care.
This African film is boring by design, as it reflects a community trapped by borders both physical and psychological. Like the characters, it lacks a clear goal or much kineticism, but it is nonetheless a well-made depiction of human beings in stasis.
An interesting movie that centralizes on a small village where certain individuals are dealing with various emotions: loneliness, unhappiness, and the need to belong. A college student returns home, and feels like an outcast. A mother hopes that her only son will want to settle, and feel comfortable at home. A young boy seeks to learn the trade of his mentor. An individual missing the companionship of an old friend who left years before.
Cast- Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Mohamed, Khatra Ould Abdel Kader, Maata Ould Mohamed Abeid, and Nana Diakité. Worthy!
"Maybe waiting is actually happiness"
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