The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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All Critics (11)
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Strong thesping and solid staging, atmospherically accompanied by disorienting, darkly folksy Ramsay Midwood songs make Wake surprisingly watchable.
Feels like a stagy adaptation of an already contrived play.
Strictly straight-to-video fodder.
A self-conscious exercise in indie-minded pretension.
A hackneyed gothic tale invoking those traditional American family values of secrets and lies, the film fails to transcend its derivative literary aspirations.
Roy Finch's shrill, derivative independent film is largely a one-set affair that seems to have been transplanted from its natural home somewhere Off-Off-Off Broadway.
A sour piece of work without a stitch of humor, taking itself too seriously... dramatic aspirations dead on arrival.
Each brother fulfills a different purpose in the plot, and because they don't allow you to get too emotionally close, they're not as predictable. They're more real.
If you're already asking, 'Why don't these alcoholic losers just stop picking at their mental scabs and grow up?' this is not the movie for you.
As maddening as this clan is, one feels sympathy for the ensemble, which, absent full-bodied characters to inhabit, mug furiously, as if big gestures conjure big themes.
Fraught with sophomoric lost-innocence metaphors and schematic oedipal tensions.
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