The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Tolmach uncloaks an enabling culture.
Absolutely the stuff of nightmares...will linger far longer in its audience's minds than most films about imagined terrors.
An imperfect but moving argument that communities share blame for the abuse they fail to stop.
In a sense, this film marks the beginnings of a #MeUs movement: What should you have reported then and now?
What Haunts Us has a power that lasts far after one views the film.
... the real point of What Haunts Us is not so much that a terrible man did terrible things, but that so many others who probably think of themselves as good people allowed him to do it.
It's Tolmach's first film and a more assured hand might have given it more impact, but it's a brave effort and an important contribution to this area of cinema.
a disturbing and deeply pertinent documentary for the era of Jerry Sandusky, Harvey Weinstein, and Larry Nassar
This gripping documentary, flaws and all, is not just an exposé of unimaginable wrongdoing-it's a testament to the power, and necessity, of vocally confronting long-buried sins.
That the documentary comes from a place of great pain and shame is undeniable, and that pain is the film's driving force.
Damning DAMNING account of a school sex abuse scandal that should have closed Porter Gaud Prep's doors forever. But didn't.
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