The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It is so focused on its own boldness, its dare-to-shock sensuality (the film got an NC-17 from the MPAA, but is being released unrated), that nothing else comes through.
When Night is Falling has too many unintended laughs for its passion to be convincing.
Symbols are supposed to be subtle, but Rozema is intent upon bludgeoning the audience with them.
Rozema is a fabulist with a strong visual sense, and she creates a distinctive, enclosed world to illustrate Camille's odyssey.
The film is intelligent, sensitive and in its own uniquely quiet way quite a delicious treat.
A well-done portrait of a person who has to come to grips with the fact that love, while a many-splendoured thing, is also extremely unpredictable.
Those looking for an earnest depiction (and one that doesn't wallow in the seemingly inherent 'leering' of similar films), it's probably worthy of a look.
Powerful film that beautifully choreographs the potencies of sexual desire in a woman who has put too much emphasis upon her mind.
When compared to such incisive lesbian dramas as Lianna and Desert Hearts, Rozema's effort seems flat and banal.
Camille's motivation is a complete mystery to us.
A seductive, sensuous experience.
All the performances are excellent.
A beautiful and touching film from Patricia Rozema and one of my favourite Canadian films.
What makes it a classic however is the epic performance of Tom Melissis as Hang Glider #2.
It is good, entertaining and even sexy. But there isn't much content beyond the unequal romance. However, it's always refreshing to see a likeable, non-psychotic lesbian couple on film. And the actresses have excellent chemistry.
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