The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Diverting, with a light suggestion of talent.
When Almodóvar attempts a plot the film becomes tedious.
Vacant black comedy.
Almodovar's fourth feature (but the first to be released in the US) may be one of his most realistic films, an offbeat, darkly humorous feminist comedy with a great performance by Carmen Maura.
It's all a lot like early period John Waters -- only better acted and set in Madrid.
A somewhat harsh critique of a Spanish culture that dooms women to indentured servitude.
Hitler, a lizard, a prostitute, a telekinetic neighbor and a dead body in the kitchen.
I suppose it wouldn't be a Pedro Almodóvar film if it didn't make you say "WTF?" at least once.
It's a mish mash of the typical Almodóvar plot lines and characters, and though the stew never comes as consistent as it should and many of the threads are left hanging up in the air at the end, it's still a worthy entry in his oeuvre.
I'm still trying to decide about this movie. I think I'm trying to make it have more of a point than it did. When I think about it just as a movie about a struggling family I enjoy it but for some reason I keep trying to figure out the meaning or the significance of it.
Not a bad movie by any means, just not very interesting. It's also one of the first Almodovar films where you can actually notice his mark.
QUE HE HECHO YO PARA MERECER ESTO! suffers from a few plot holes and sensitive subject matter treated incorrectly. On the other hand, the score is great, as well as the cast, where Carmen Maura and Verónica Forqué stand out.
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